Academic Exams (Make-Up, AR and Online/Blended Courses)

Fall 2020 Remote Testing Options

Faculty may require students to use Respondus Monitor, Lockdown browser, or Honorlock to complete testing for their online courses during the fall of 2020. Information on these options can be found here: Respondus Monitor and Lockdown browser; Honorlock video for students and Honorlock testing guidelines.

Fall 2020 Testing On Campus

Our Testing Centers will be open by appointment only with priority given to students needing academic accommodations or students needing reliable technology to complete testing.

Priority will also be given to those completing "high stakes" testing for certain courses/programs. Instructors will submit on campus testing requests via an electronic process (faculty, see directions on Blackboard platform).

Tulsa Community College provides students a proctored environment monitored by video/audio surveillance to take TCC academic exams. Students using this service must provide photo identification, such as a valid driver’s license, passport or TCC ID, upon taking an exam. Students are also required to lock up all personal belongings and adhere to the Testing Center Policies & Procedures.

Please communicate with your instructor on your testing options and if you need to reserve space on campus, please make your reservation here:

To obtain an appointment at the Northeast Campus, click here.

To obtain an appointment at the Southeast Campus, click here.

To obtain an appointment at the Metro Campus, click here.

To obtain an appointment at the West Campus, click here.

Please only bring a photo ID, pencil, face covering and car keys into the campus for your test. If your instructor allows any specific items to be used during the test (such as a formula sheet or calculator), you may bring those in as well. We ask that you leave any other items at home or in your car.

Please familiarize yourself with the requirements to visit a TCC campus by clicking here.

Accessibility Resources Testing Accommodations

Students needing academic testing accommodations must request services through our Accessibility Resources at (918) 595-7115. Only accommodations approved by Accessibility Resources are allowed during exams.


There is no fee for on campus TCC academic test proctoring.