Some online and hybrid courses require students to take proctored exams - an exam overseen by an individual who monitors or supervises a student while he takes the exam. Proctors verify the identity of the student and administer the test as per the teacher’s instructions. The exam proctor protects integrity of the exam process and upholds the University's policies relative to Academic Honesty.
Fees for proctoring vary for the use of a testing facility and the proctor's time to receive, monitor, and return your exam. This information varies by course, but should be listed on your course syllabus.
Your instructor will typically either use ProctorU or Examity® for proctored exams. Click the links to learn more about online proctoring options at UL Lafayette.