Academic Proctoring Center

The Academic Proctoring Center (APC) is designed to be used by students who miss an exam due to unforeseen circumstances (illness, family emergency, school event, etc).  Please avoid sending large numbers of students on the same date and time.  No appointments are necessary, however, students and faculty should plan ahead, ensuring that the exam can be completed during the scheduled hours.

Note: SRC (San Ramon Campus) Faculty & Students, please visit the SRC Academic Proctoring page for information about how to submit tests, and schedule in-person testing appointments.

For students who have accommodations for a disability, please contact our Disability Support Services department for instructions on how to set up your exam.

For questions related to Academic Proctoring, please email the Assessment Center.

Testing Information

  • The last day for Spring 2023 proctoring will be Tuesday, May 23rd.  We will resume testing for Summer 2023 on Monday, June 5th.  

Student Information

  • All students must have an appointment to test.
    • Your instructor will provide you with the link for appointments once the test has been submitted.
  • You must bring physical photo id (driver's license, passport, ID card).  We will not honor a photo of your ID.

Steps to Submit an Exam

  1. Use Test Submission Form to submit exam
  2. Receive email confirming receipt of exam from dynamic forms and the Academic Proctoring Form
    • Forward email to your student, along with their deadline, so that they may make an appointment

**We use an appointment system so that we have room and staffing for those using the center.  Please do not send your students to drop in**

View our DVC Test Submission Video.

Faculty Test Pickup Hours are

  • Monday - Thursday from 9 am - 4 pm


The Academic Proctoring Center is located in the Student Services Center, room 140.

*Every effort is made to maintain these hours.  Occasionally there may be variations due to staffing issues.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.