A proctor is an impartial monitor who administers a student's exam and ensures the security and integrity of the exam process. To determine whether a proctor is needed, consider this rule of thumb: generally if a student is located within a 60-mile radius of UNF, he/she will take the exam on campus. If the student is located outside a 60-mile radius of UNF, an off-campus proctor will be necessary. Preferred proctor sites are FEEDS-affiliated Florida universities. If the student is located outside a 60-mile radius of the preferred proctor sites, an alternate proctor must be selected.
The instructor reserves the right to deny any proctor, or to assign specific proctors to students as necessary.
The regulations and conditions must be rigorously observed in administering examinations. In the event a proctor cannot administer an exam in accordance with these regulations, the proctor must contact the Distance Learning Office at the University of North Florida immediately.
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