Student Proctored Exam Instructions
Please note that online courses may require a proctored exam(s). In order to determine whether your course requires a proctored exam(s), check your syllabus upon gaining access to the course. If you cannot make a determination from the syllabus, contact your professor immediately. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of the exam dates, times and locations to make appropriate arrangements.
Regardless of your place of residence, students cannot be required to take a proctored exam on-campus.
Students who choose not to come to campus to take the on-campus proctored exam(s) must notify the professor before the final add/drop date of their intention to take the exam at an approved proctoring center or with an approved virtual proctoring center. Students can visit the National College Testing Association or register with an FIU approved virtual proctoring center such as ProctorU.
Students who choose not to come to campus to take the on-campus proctored exam(s) will be responsible for:
Locating an approved proctoring center or registering with an approved virtual proctoring center before the add drop date or by the deadline set by your professor.
Completing the Proctoring Center Agreement Form.
Submitting the "Proctoring Center Agreement Form" to your professor for approval.
Providing the exam schedule to the approved proctoring center.
Ensuring that the proctor is able to administer the exam within the exam window set by your professor.
Ensuring that the proctor has the ability to use the required technology if necessary.
Paying any fees that may be charged by the proctoring center.
Academic integrity applies to all FIU students, on campus and online, at all times. Please refer to FIU's Academic Honor Code for more information.