Academic Exams (for TCC Courses)

2021/2022 Academic Year

Remote Testing Option for certain courses:

  • Respondus Monitor and Lock Down Browser (LDB) “locks” students onto a webpage, preventing them from navigating away (to look up answers to an exam, for example). Test sessions are recorded.
    • No cost to students; View training resources, written and video tutorials; There is a Chromebook extension and iPad option.
  • Honorlock is an automated remote proctoring service that records test sessions and has a cost to the student of $10 per exam.
  • ProctorU is a live remote proctoring services and the cost to the student varies by length of exam (average cost of $20 per exam).

On Campus Testing Option:

Our Testing Centers will be open on a walk-in basis for academic testing. Please arrive in enough time to complete your test prior to closing time. We advise not waiting until the last few hours on the test due date as our Centers can get close to capacity during peak testing times and we do not want you to have to wait for a testing station.

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.

Campus Hours and Contact Information

For those needing later hours, the Metro Campus is open until 7p Monday - Thursdays and the Metro Testing Center is also open on Saturdays 9a - 3p.

Current testing center locations and hours

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.

Fee

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

If your instructor requires in person testing and you are not in the Tulsa area, you can locate a college or tech center near you and inquire about in person (often called correspondence) test proctoring. Many colleges offer proctoring for a fee (student cost).