Proctoring Service

The Leonard A. Good Community Library offers a proctoring service for our patrons.

See the following on our policy and procedures:


A.          Purpose

To meet the needs of individuals and institutions of higher learning, Leonard A. Good Community Library agrees to cooperate with area residents and institutions to support their lifelong learning goals by offering proctoring services.  This service is based on the availability of personnel, facilities, and technology to do so.  As such the following responsibilities are:

B.      Responsibilities of the Student

  1. The student will ask the Administrator/Director to proctor the exam.
  2. The student will be required to arrange for the exam and instructions to be sent to the Library’s Administrator/Director at least one week before the taking of the exam.
  3.  The student is responsible for making arrangements to take the exam including calling the Library’s Administrator to make sure the test has arrived and scheduling a time to take the exam.  The student will schedule the exam time to end no less than 30 minutes before closing time unless previous arrangements have been made with the Library Director.
  4.  The student is responsible for ensuring that the computer resources in the library are adequate for the test taking requirements.
  5.  The student will provide a valid Driver’s License or photo ID for verification of identity or the test cannot be proctored.
  6.  The student will arrive prepared with the necessary or required supplies to take the exam.
  7. The student is responsible for return postage and envelope for any exam which does not include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.  The student is responsible for the cost of computer printing or photocopying (10 cents per page).
  8. The finished exam will be handled with other library mail, and will be immediately mailed upon completion.


C.      Responsibilities of the Library, The Administrator/Director or Proctor

  1.  The Administrator will be the only one to proctor exams, unless he/she specifically assigns another staff member to proctor a specific exam.
  2.  The Proctor will identify the student via photo ID, observe the student during the allotted test time, signing the proctor form, and mailing the completed exam to the issuing institution.
  3.  Library staff cannot make changes to our public computer setting.  The library does not allow the installation of any special software that may be needed to complete the exam on a library computer.
  4.  The Director may refuse to proctor any exam too burdensome or exacting in demands.
  5.  The library is not responsible if a required web site or email is not working.
  6.  The library is not responsible for completed exams that have gone astray in the postal system.
  7.  The library will not keep copies of completed exams.


Reviewed/Approved 02/14/19