Proctoring at the University Testing Center

All proctoring services for Colorado State University Online courses are housed in the University Testing Center, which is responsible for managing the following:

Proctoring Options for Students

  1. Online proctoring with Honorlock — available for online classes under CSU Online. For other courses, consult your department as students might have to pay fees.
  2. Proctoring at the University Testing Center - located at 1251 Mason St., Fort Collins, CO 80523. Available for online classes under CSU Online (800 level) for no fee. For other courses, students might have to pay fees.
  3. Off-site proctoring – Distance Proctoring for students enrolled in a course which requires paper-based or online exams are allowed to locate a verified and approved proctoring center in their area. They must fill out a Proctor Request Form located on our CSU Online Exam page.

Online Proctoring (Honorlock)

To use Honorlock for your online exams, several important steps are needed:

  1. Integrate information into your syllabus about the proctoring options available (example verbiage is provided below).
  2. Please see the following resources:
  3. You can send the following to your students, depending on the type of Quiz you will be giving:

For any support issues, please contact HonorLock

Proctoring at the University Testing Center

In order for students to have an exam proctored at the University Testing Center, faculty will need to:

  1. Integrate information into your syllabus about the proctoring options available (example verbiage is provided below).
  2. Submit (Email) either your Online or Paper-Based Assessment Directive Form to the University Testing Center at least two weeks before the first exam in the course.
  3. If the course requires paper-based exams, faculty should then send a PDF copy of each exam to the University Testing Center a minimum of three business days before each exam opens.

View University Testing Center Syllabus Verbiage

Proctoring at an Alternate Accredited Testing Center

In order for the University Testing Center to distribute paper-based or online exams to approved off-site proctors, faculty will need to:

  1. Integrate information into your syllabus about the proctoring options available (example verbiage is provided below).
  2. Submit (Email) either your Online or Paper-Based Assessment Directive Form to the University Testing Center at least two weeks before the first exam in the course.
  3. Send a PDF copy of each paper-based exam to the University Testing Center a minimum of three business days before each exam opens.
  4. Let Students know they must submit a Proctor Identification Form found at CSU Online Exams at least two weeks prior to the first date the exam is available.
    1. The University Testing Center staff will verify other testing centers.
    2. Instructors will need to assist with verifying off-site individual proctors
  5. Once proctors are verified, the University Testing Center will distribute exams to approved proctors 2 days prior to the opening date of each exam.

View Alternate Accredited Testing Center Syllabus Verbiage