Instructors of online and hybrid courses at Boise State University often require their students to take proctored examinations. A proctor is an individual who agrees to monitor an exam for a student who is unable to travel to the main Boise State campus. Proctors promote academic fairness and ensure the credibility of online programs. Students are responsible for any fees related to proctored exams. If you use a proctor outside of the Boise State Testing Center, you must get final approval from your instructor. Note: The Boise State University Student Code of Conduct, as well as the Proctored Test Guidelines, apply to all Boise State students regardless of location.
Find a Proctor Near You!
In the Boise Area?
Students living in the Boise area can schedule an appointment to take exams at the Boise State Testing Center. The Testing Center Administers exams for online, hybrid, and traditional courses. This service is free of charge to Boise State students. Schedule your appointments online at our website. We are located on the 2nd floor of the Simplot-Micron building.
Outside of Boise?
If you’d like assistance locating a local testing center, click the button below to contact a coordinator. If you have already found suitable proctoring, you should contact your instructor and forward the Proctor or Testing Center’s information. It is always a good idea to contact your chosen testing site and verify that the exam was received.