Rigorous testing policies and procedures are required of an accredited university; therefore, every Online Learning course must include at least one mandatory exam that is administered in a proctored/supervised setting. Students who fail to complete all proctored examinations will not receive course credit. For instructions on the specific proctoring method used in your class, please refer to the course syllabus.
If you live within a 100-mile radius from the University of Nevada, Reno, you will test in person at the 365 Learning testing room. If you live outside of a 100-mile radius from the University of Nevada, Reno, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for testing options.
Students are required to make an appointment with 365 Learning at least two weeks in advance of your desired test date through an online appointment scheduler. Waiting until the week of the exam may result in no testing appointments being available. Failure to schedule exams in a timely manner could mean that you are unable to complete your test during the assigned dates, and you will be assigned a grade of “0” for the exam.
Space is limited at the 365 Learning testing room. You must schedule an appointment at least two weeks in advance. The 365 Learning testing schedule will show what testing hours are available for the week of your exam. Most weeks, testing hours are Monday through Friday from 7:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., but there will be several weeks when testing hours will be later or extended. Please check the online appointment system and your course site for available days and hours the week of your test. If you have chosen the last testing timeslot of the day, and you arrive late to your testing appointment, your time will be cut short. Any cancellations and reschedules must be made online; no cancellations or reschedules will be allowed over the phone or in person. If your desired date and time for a reschedule is not available or if the scheduler has closed, you must keep your scheduled appointment time.
Important note about exam appointments: 365 Learning may not be able to accommodate early check-ins to exam appointments or drop-in appointments. These last-minute changes will only be permitted if the testing schedule allows them. Drop-in exam appointments are strongly discouraged and will only be accommodated if space allows. Students who take their exams at the 365 Learning testing room without an appointment or at a time other than their scheduled appointment will be charged a $50 drop-in fee. If an exam appointment is scheduled but cannot be kept, it needs to be rescheduled via the online appointment scheduler. If the exam schedule is full or if the online schedule has closed, exam appointments cannot be rescheduled and students must keep their original appointments.
You will be charged a $60 expedite fee if you request testing accommodations (outside of scheduled dates, out-of-100-mile radius accommodations, or DRC accommodations) less than two weeks before testing date.
All students must review the testing policies listed below before accessing their proctored exam. During your testing session, once you have read the following information, you will need to click “Mark Reviewed” at the bottom of the Testing Policies page on WebCampus in order to begin your exam. These policies are accessed in the “Proctored Exams” module on WebCampus.
You will need to mark these policies as reviewed in order to access your exam. By clicking “Mark Reviewed” on the testing policies page, you acknowledge that you have read and understand these policies and agree to adhere to them.
Only click “Save and Submit” when you are completely finished with your exam. Submissions are final, so if you submit your exam without completing it, you will not be able to regain access to the exam.
Students are responsible for following and adhering to these testing room rules and procedures:
Before you will be allowed to take your exam, you will need to confirm your identity with your proctor.
When you arrive at your test site, you must present picture identification before the test will be administered. A driver’s license, passport, or UNR student ID card with a picture are the only forms of identification acceptable for this purpose. No other forms of ID will be accepted.
Please be aware that certain actions may invalidate your test and result in a grade of “0”