The Oconee Library provides a service to students and faculty by proctoring make-up tests. The testing area accommodates up to five students and is monitored by the Library personnel. Private testing rooms and other accommodations are scheduled through Disability Services.
Information for Students
Students should come to the Library’s Information Help Desk to make-up their test.
They will need the following:
- Their instructor’s name
- Photo identification
- Pen or pencil
- Required testing materials (e.g. scantron, calculator, etc.)
Students must leave all personal belongings in a secure area in the testing center and all cell phones must be silenced and/or turned off before their test will be administered. Students using the make-up testing facilities are subject to GSC’s Student Conduct Code and Student Handbook policies. Library personnel reserve the right to dismiss the student for the testing center for any non-adherence to our policies.
Information for Instructors
- Tests will be administered in the Library testing area. Only five testing cubicles are available; therefore, the Library does not have the seating required to administer tests to entire classes. The lack of space also prohibits re-testing, extra credit testing, pop quizzes or any other type of testing that is not make-up testing.
- Each test must be accompanied by a test referral form which can be found at the Library’s Information Help Desk. The instructor must fill out a Testing Referral form for each individual test.
- Completed tests can be picked up by the instructor at the Information Help Desk. To maintain test integrity, students may not deliver tests to their instructors. In addition, the testing center’s cabinet is locked at all times, and only authorized Library Staff has access to the testing cabinet.
- Intructors can collect any completed tests from the Library/ACTT’s Information Help Desk at their convenience. Tests can be returned via campus mail and/or faxed to the instructor at special request. Any tests that remain in the Testing Center at the end of the semester will be returned via campus mail.