Submit a Proctor
What is a proctor, and how do I know if I need one?
A proctor is an individual approved to supervise test taking. Many online instructors require proctors to ensure academic honesty. Your instructor will inform you if he or she requires a proctor in the syllabus or Moodle course information. You will also receive an email from the Office of Extended Learning in the first week of classes with instructions on submitting your proctor(s) for approval.
To submit the proctor approval form, go to the Sharepoint link at the bottom of the Mayville State homepage, www.mayvillestate.edu. Login with your username and password. Once in Sharepoint, click Sites in the top right menu, then click Departments and Offices, and then Extended Learning. Click Submit Proctor on the left-hand menu.
Please submit your proctor for approval AT LEAST 10 days prior to your first exam. You must submit your proctor for approval each semester you are enrolled with Mayville State. Please see this tutorial with instructions on how students submit proctors for approval.
In order to be approved as a proctor, a person must be a disinterested professional with a valid business office, business telephone and business email address (Yahoo and Hotmail addresses are not acceptable). Some examples are:
A superintendent, principal or counselor at a public school
A high school or elementary teacher
A college or university administrator, dean, department chair, registrar or faculty member
A professional staff member at a college or university
A certified librarian
A civil service examiner
A judge of a court of law
A human resource director or employee development coordinator
A military officer or non-commissioned officer of a higher rank
A law enforcement officer
Your proctor must have reliable internet access. You may use your personal laptop computer to take an exam at your proctor's place of business. Please note you are not allowed to take your exams in your home or your proctor's private home or residence. You must take your exam at a professional office, school, college or university, library, or other business or public institution.
A proctor must NOT be living at the same address as the student. A proctor must NOT be a family member, significant other, or friend.
A proctor must NOT be another undergraduate student, including work study students in a campus office, library, or tutoring center.