Need a test proctored? Call the Reference desk of any Library branch or email at the address below.

Ash Grove Branch Library proctor_agr@thelibrary.org Midtown Carnegie Branch Library proctor_mid@thelibrary.org
Fair Grove Branch Library proctor_fgr@thelibrary.org Republic Branch Library proctor_rep@thelibrary.org
Library Center proctor_tlc@thelibrary.org Strafford Branch Library proctor_str@thelibrary.org
Library Station proctor_lst@thelibrary.org Willard Branch Library proctor_wld@thelibrary.org
    Schweitzer Brentwood Branch Library proctor_bwd@thelibrary.org
  • The Library provides proctoring services at a cost of $10 per test.

  • The Library will meet the proctoring requirements of the testing institution wherever possible; however, the Library cannot provide direct in-room supervision of the student during the test.

  • Most proctoring services can be provided at any branch, except Park Central, during regular Library hours. Patrons who must use a Library computer for an online test may be referred to the Library Center, as that facility has the greatest number of public-access computers.

  • Library staff must receive the following information before a test is sent to a branch for proctoring: student name, name of institution, phone number or email of student.

  • Tests can be received or returned through the mail, by email or by fax. Additional costs may be charged to the student or institution for printing, faxing, photocopying, or mailing. The Library can also receive tests from delivery services such as Fed Ex or UPS. Since the Library is not a pickup site for these delivery services, tests cannot be returned in this manner.

  • It is the student's responsibility to follow up with the educational institution, to ascertain that the completed test was received there. The Library will not keep copies of test materials unless specifically asked to do so by an institution.

Read the full proctoring policy.

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