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Test Proctoring Guidelines

The Hundley Center provides test proctoring for students with disabilities who have received ADA accommodations as communicated through the Office for Disability Services.

Due to a limited number of available testing rooms, the Hundley Center can only accommodate 8 test-takers at any given time. Testing must be completed by 12:30pm each day to accommodate peer tutoring sessions beginning at 1:00pm.

To request test proctoring, please send the following to hundley@uu.edu:

Test proctoring requests should be submitted at least 7 days in advance of the preferred testing date.

Please note that sending the request e-mail does NOT set the appointment. You will receive an official confirmation e-mail from the Hundley Center within 48 hours of submitting your Test Proctoring Request.

Please make certain each student is aware of the test date and time.

Tests must be delivered to the Hundley Center at least 1 day in advance of the test date. Tests may be e-mailed to hundley@uu.edu.

Test Proctoring Policy for Students Receiving Testing Accommodations
If a student fails to show up to a proctored exam previously scheduled in the Hundley Center, the Hundley Center staff will alert the professor and return the blank copy of the test to the professor's office. If the professor decides to allow the student to reschedule the exam, then the professor has the option to proctor the exam himself/herself, or he/she may submit a new test proctoring request and the Hundley Center will proctor the rescheduled exam. In the event that a professor allows a student to make-up a missed exam, the student will still receive his or her appropriate testing accommodations. If a student shows up late to a proctored exam, the Hundley Center will still proctor the exam; however, the student will be unable to make-up the time he or she missed.


If you have any questions, please contact the Hundley Center at 731.661.5123

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