Proctor Qualification & Agreement

The academic integrity of the distance learning component of University programs must be at the same high level as on-campus programs. To accomplish this, the faculty that oversees the distance learning program's exams requires proctors to meet certain qualifications.

NOTE: if you will be located within the continental US while enrolled, you must complete the DOMESTIC PROCTOR FORM. If you will NOT be located in the US while enrolled, you must submit the INTERNATIONAL PROCTOR FORM.

Domestic Proctor requirements:

  • Official testing center of any college/university/community college campus, business, or military base.
  • Librarian at a local library
  • Human Resource personnel of a qualified business.

International Proctor requirements:

ONLY an official testing center may serve as a proctor.

Co-workers, associates, friends, family members and neighbors are not acceptable proctors, regardless of their professional positions, or whether Domestic or International.

All proctors will be verified prior to sending any tests, and a company/business email will be required to send all quizzes and exams to. NO Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL, etc. email accounts will be permitted.

Students on the OSU/Stillwater campus may use the University Testing Services located at the corner of Walnut and Admiral Ave., (405) 744-5958 .  For more information follow this link: https://uat.okstate.edu/.

Students in the Tulsa area may use the OSU-Tulsa Testing Services located at 700 N. Greenwood Ave., North Hall 103, Tulsa, OK. For more information follow this link: OSU-Tulsa Testing Center.

Students in the Oklahoma City Area may use OSU-OKC Testing and Assessment, 900 N. Portland Ave., Oklahoma City, OK. For more information follow this link: OSU-OKC Testing & Assessment.

Testing fees may apply!

Please return the appropriate completed Proctor Agreement form via email to pam.moore@okstate.edu, or fax (405)744-5033. If you have any questions, you can contact our office at (405) 744-5146.