Proctoring Services

Proctored Examinations

The Colby Community College Comprehensive Learning Center (CLC) provides test proctoring for students taking paper/pencil or computer-generated exams. When scheduling a proctored exam, please allow enough time for the exam to be returned to the instructor by the deadline. There is no proctor fee for exams affiliated with CCC or EduKan classes.

Please remember appointment times are scheduled and proctored in Central Standard Time.

Appointments for test proctoring services should be completed at least two weeks in advance of the anticipated test date and must be scheduled during the CLC’s regular hours of operation.  Photo identification (e.g. driver’s license, passport, military ID, student ID) is required for all tests administered by the Comprehensive Learning Center.

The integrity of the Colby Community College examination process is crucial to our ongoing commitment to course quality and student learning. To ensure the integrity of this process, we carefully review the credentials of prospective proctors. 

For more information on test-proctoring services, contact the CLC at (785) 460-5480.

Scheduling Proctored Exams

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Adobe Connect

The Comprehensive Learning Center at Colby Community College uses a service called Adobe Connect to proctor exams.  The following link will take you to the library’s virtual proctoring room. (If this is your first time using adobe connect you will need to visit the site 20 minutes early to download the software):

http://colby.adobeconnect.com/proctor/ 

You will need to log in as a guest and enter your name.

After entering the room, you will share your screen and enable your computer's webcam. Please know where to locate your webcam and how to work it prior to your testing appointment. I will need you to do a room and workspace scan with your webcam so I can be sure there are no prohibited helps available to you during your exam. Once you share your screen with me, everything you see on your screen is what I see also. Your webcam and testing screen will both need to be on your screen and viewable during your entire exam. You will most likely need to resize screens in order for this to happen. Please be familiar with this procedure before testing. If I lose either your webcam picture or your screen share, it will be considered a non-proctored exam if the issue cannot be resolved.

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