Faculty Information Page
The Assessment Center is available to faculty who require their student(s) to take an exam outside of the classroom. If you teach an online course or have a student who needs to make up an exam you can utilize the resources of the Assessment Center.
Services for Faculty
- Requirements for Service
- How to: Assessment Center Cover Sheets
- Faculty Guidelines
- What to tell your students
- When a student is caught cheating
- Services not provided for faculty
Online instructors who have exams that need to be proctored should follow these guidelines:
- Each student exam should have one coversheet
- The coversheet should include all pertinent information:
- Instructor's name
- Class and section number
- Materials Allowed
- Time limit
- Date for completion
- Any special instruction
- ONLINE COURSES ONLY: The Assessment Center will send your tests off-campus to students who have successfully set up a proctor. Inform your students that they can find instruction as to how to do this by visiting our website, www.lcc.edu/assessment, and clicking on "Online Course Proctored Testing"
- All online course exams must be submitted to the Main Campus Assessment Center. We will send exams to West Campus, Livingston County Center, and all approved proctored locations.
- Students in hybrid courses cannot test off campus.
- Exams should be dropped off at least 5 business days prior to the test availability date. This is to ensure processing time for exams that need to go to students testing off campus.
- Exams must be dropped off in person by the instructor or department staff member. The only exception are tests that are entirely on Desire2Learn (meaning no attachments) which can be emailed directly to our online support office. Click here for instruction on emailing online exams
- Passwords for online exams must either be provided in the text of an email or on a separate piece of paper. Please do not put the password on the coversheet.
- Test extensions can be done over the phone (517-267-5508) or through email, firstname.lastname@example.org. We will not administer a test that is past the completion date without approval from the instructor.
- Completed exams must be picked up in person at the Main Campus Assessment Center and will not be mailed or faxed.
Test proctoring is available for make-up tests for face-to-face courses, but there is a limit to the number of tests that can be dropped off.
- Only five exams (per test/per section) can be dropped off.
- Be sure to have one coversheet for each test. (coversheets can be completed online or filled out in the Assessment Center.
- Make sure the coversheet is complete with each field filled out.
- Exams must be dropped off in person by the instructor
or department staff member. The only exception are tests that are
entirely on Desire2Learn (meaning no attachments) which can be
emailed directly to our online support office.
Click here for instruction on emailing online exams
- Completed exams must be picked up in person
After submitting tests to the Assessment Center, Instructors do not need to do anything for their students exams to be sent off campus. However, please inform your students who do need to set up a proctor that they will need to find a site in their area and fill out a request form. Please refer students to our Frequently Asked Questions page for instructions.
Also, we require that tests are submitted at least 7 business days before the availability date in part to ensure that they are sent to proctor sites in time for students to take.
NOTE: Students who are testing on campus DO NOT need to contact us to set up a proctor or an appointment. Their tests will be available on a walk-in basis after they are submitted and processed.
Faculty are required to review and agree to our faculty guidelines once a semester. (Agreement sign off may be done when dropping of the first test of the semester). One coversheet per exam should be completed and make sure that the coversheet is complete and accurate.
In order to serve students to the best of our ability, we ask that instructors inform their students on how they can be prepared to test at the Assessment Center.
- Tests will be given out up to one hour before closing time.
- Our testing hours, in general, are:
- Monday-Thursday 9 am - 8 pm
- Friday-Saturday 9 am - 4 pm
- Be sure to check our current hours.
- Our testing hours, in general, are:
- A picture ID is required to test
- Students may not leave the testing room until they are finished with their exam. Encourage them to consider using the restroom before they come to the Assessment Center.
- Students should know this information:
- Instructor Name
- Course code (e.g. PSYC200, BIOL120)
- Test Name (e.g. Test 1, Midterm, Quiz4)
- Phones, if brought, will need to be shown to be completely turned off (not just on "silent")
In addition, always refer students to our Course Testing Page
When an incident occurs, the Assessment Center will submit a detailed description of the incident in the form of an incident report. This report will be emailed to the instructor, the department chair, and the Director of Judicial Affairs. In addition to the action the instructor chooses to pursue, the student will also be required to meet with Judicial Affairs. Normally we will have a video recording available to view depending on the type of incident.
- Exams for entire class groups that meet face to face
- Score entry for courses
- Exam grading
- Course evaluations
- Collecting or returning student journals, homework, and/or projects
Gannon Bldg, Room 200
Phone: (517) 267-5500
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