How to Arrange a Proctored Exam

It will be noted in your syllabus if your course requires a proctored exam, which means a neutral, third-party person will supervise.  

I Need a Proctor in Fairbanks

If your exam is part of a UAF eLearning-supported course, the UAF eLearning Exam Center has it ready for you! No appointment is necessary but give yourself enough time to complete your exam before closing.

Exam Center Rules and Regulations

303 Tanana Loop Suite 131, Bunnell Building University of Alaska Fairbanks Fairbanks, AK 99775-6700

8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday – Friday. Extended hours are available on Wednesdays until 7 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters.

uaf-elearning-exam@alaska.edu

Click here for parking instructions.

If you are a non-UAF student seeking a proctor, email uaf-elearning-proctor@alaska.edu.

I Need a Proctor in Alaska

If you are in Alaska but outside of the Fairbanks area you will need to select a proctor. Ask a local education institution like a public school, community college or library, or view our list of pre-approved proctors.

Relatives, close friends, peer coworkers and other students cannot be proctors.

Fill out the form below to have your exam sent to your proctor. This process can take two to three weeks so please start early in the semester!

*Proctors are approved for four semesters after which time they must reapply for approval.

I Need a Proctor Outside of Alaska

If you are outside of Alaska you will need to select a local proctor. Ask a local education institution like a public school, community college or library.

Relatives, close friends, peer coworkers and other students cannot be proctors.

Request your exam and provide your proctor’s information in the form below. Once received by UAF eLearning, a Proctor Eligibility form will be emailed to your proctor. Your requested proctor must complete and return this form before being screened for eligibility. This process can take two to three weeks so please start the process early in the semester!

*Proctors are approved for four semesters after which time they must reapply for approval.