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Proctoring and Access Services

Proctoring Tests for ICC

Need to make up an exam or quiz? The Testing Center often will “proctor” your exam. That means you and your instructor make arrangements for you to take your test or quiz under the watchful eyes of our Testing Center staff. For more information, see the policies below.

If you have a disability and need reasonable accommodations for testing, you must submit documentation of your disability and need for accommodation to the Access Services Department on campus. Once the office approves you for an accommodation and gives you a blue accommodation sheet to take to your faculty member, you may make an appointment for your exams. For more information, you may send an inquiry to [email protected] or phone either (309) 690-6945 or (309) 694-5749.


If your instructor has made arrangements for your to take a test or quiz at the Testing Center, you must make an appointment and present a valid photo ID when you arrive to take your exam.


To use Testing Center proctoring services, faculty must:

  • Complete a Faculty Contact Information form  at the beginning of each semester and for each testing office used.
  • Provide detailed instructions submitted one of two way:

If the student is unable to test, a Test Denial form will be sent to faculty  explaining the reason for denial.

Make an Appointment

To make an appointment, select the link below and follow these instructions. If you need assistance, please call the Testing Center at (309) 694-5234.

Proctoring Tests for Other Institutions

We offer exam proctoring services for students taking courses at other educational institutions. To arrange for proctoring services:

  • Contact us at (309) 694-5234 for information on ICC’s procedure for proctoring exams.
  • Comply with procedures for sending exams to the Testing Center.
  • The institution MUST provide explicit test administration instructions.
  • Make an Appointment

Students and/or the institution providing the exam will be charged a fee for the proctoring service. Students are required to present a valid photo ID before testing.