• Testing Information

    On-Campus Testing Locations

    Learning AssistanceCenter Hours (Tutoring Services)

    These tests must be scheduled.  When scheduling a test make sure you have adequate time to complete it before Center closing hours.

    Allegheny Campus
    Library, L309
    Learning Center
    Boyce Campus
    Learning Center
    North Campus
    Library, 2nd Floor
    Tutoring (2102)
    South Campus
    Learning Center

     Making Arrangements for a Proctored Exam

    If it is not possible for you to take your Online Learning exam at a CCAC Testing Center due to geographic considerations or emergencies, you will need to discuss with your instructor the possibility of having a proctor monitor your exam.

    Step 1. Contact your instructor to make arrangements to have an exam proctor. 

    Step 2. Contact the person who qualifies as a suitable proctor (see information below) to ask if he or she is willing to proctor the exam.  If the person agrees, arrange a date, time, and place for the exam.  The student must pay any expenses involved, including postage to return the exam according to the specific instructions provided by the instructor

    Step 3.   Complete a Test Proctoring Proposal form and mail or fax it to the Proposed Proctor at least two (3) weeks in advance of the test date

    Note: The instructor must approve the proposal.  Once the request is approved, the exam(s) and instructions will be mailed to the proctor.  The student will be notified if the proposal is not approved.

    Take the exam at the proposed location and time

     Who Qualifies as a Suitable Proctor?

    • A full-time member of the teaching faculty of CCAC, a CCAC adjunct faculty member or an educational administrator of CCAC or designated CCAC staff 
    • A public librarian
    • A member of the teaching faculty or an educational administrator of any regionally accredited institution of higher education 
    • A state-certified elementary or secondary school teacher or school librarian, school superintendent, principal, or Intermediate Unit administrator
    • For employed students: the Human Resources Director or company educational manager
    • For armed forces personnel: any commissioned officer of higher rank than the student, a base commander, a noncommissioned officer in command of a military post, an education officer, or a base librarian
    • For incarcerated individuals: any prison administrator such as a warden or medical administrator, a prison counselor, or prison librarian