Proctored Exams for Other Colleges

AHC is a member of the National College Testing Association and adheres to NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines.  Residents living within the district may arrange test proctoring for distance learning courses taken through other colleges/universities. 

Proctored exams for other colleges: Call (805) 922-6966, ext. 3365 or email a requested date and time for your proctored exam to testing@hancockcollege.edu.

Proctoring Fee:   A proctoring fee of $35 is charged for each exam.  If you prefer to pay with cash or a credit/debit card, stop by the Cashier window downstairs before coming to the Testing Center.  If you are paying with a check, you may come directly to the Testing Center.

Parking Directions:  Students should use Entrance 1 on Bradley Rd. and park in any white-striped stall in Lot #4.  Have $2 on hand to purchase a daily parking permit from one of the yellow parking permit machines when classes are in session. Enter the Student Services bldg. and take the elevator to the 2nd floor.  Exit to your left, then turn left again to walk across the bridge to the Testing Center in A-404.

Parking Permit Machines - Locations
Go to http://www.hancockcollege.edu/public_affairs/locations.php
The letter “P” designates where the yellow parking permit machines are located.

Mission Statement: The mission of the Testing Center is to assist students to navigate the assessment process.

Department location:  Student Services Bldg. A-404 (upstairs)

 

 

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