Answered By: Abby Lowery Last Updated: Nov 30, 2018 Views: 29
Julia Timmons, Disability Services Coordinator at the University of Lynchburg, has written the following statement and distributed it: Test proctoring services are offered only to students who have been approved for accommodations through the Disability Services Office. Proctoring is offered on a limited basis through our office; faculty are considered the primary resource for proctoring of students assessments (tests, quizzes and exams) as we do not have a Testing Center at the University of Lynchburg. Students register for test proctoring through My Lynchburg and a three business day advanced notification is required.
The nearest institution which offers a Testing Center and staffed test proctoring is Central Virginia Community College. Find the link below to their policies and hours. University of Lynchburg students fit into #3 type of proctoring: Proctored tests from other colleges and universities.