Professional & Continuing Studies

Testing Center Rules

  • You must show a valid government-issued photo ID every time you come to test. A UD ID (ONEcard) is NOT a government-issued photo ID.
  • Your name on record must match your name on your government-issued photo ID. Head coverings are permitted if they appear on your government-issued photo ID.
  • Do not bring food or drinks in the testing center. No gum is permitted.
  • No bathroom breaks are permitted.
  • All cell phones and personal items, including hats, hooded clothing, scarves, sunglasses, food, drinks, watches and fitness trackers, are to be stored per proctor instructions.
  • Any clothing worn into the testing center must remain on during entire exam.
  • The testing center provides all pens, pencils, scrap paper and calculators as allowable by the professor.
  • Guests and children are not permitted in the testing center.
  • Pets are not permitted in the testing center, with the exception of service animals.
  • Studying is not permitted in the testing center.
  • Do not put your social security number on anything.
  • If you leave the testing center during your exam, your exam is considered complete.
  • When your exam is complete, log out of your class and report to the proctor to check out.
  • For exams which permit notes, please keep your papers confined to your workstation.
  • Students are required to sign a statement prior to testing acknowledging that they understand the rules of the testing center.
  • All exams must be completed by the time the testing center closes.

For Computer-Based Exams Only

  • Log on to “Canvas.”
  • Click “Submit for Grading.”
    • Receive “warning message.”
    • Click “Submit for Grading” again to submit your exam.
  • Log out of “Canvas.”

For Paper-Based Exams Only

  • Read the cover sheet. Make sure your name appears on the top left side of the form. Students may only access an exam while in the testing center, nothing else.
  • The clocks located in the testing center are provided as a general reference.
  • For exact time, note proctor instructions and time warning.