Power has been restored within the city and campus. All services should be back to normal.
02/07/2016, 09:50 P.M.
MSU Students: do not use candles during the power disruption.
City-wide power disruption. Crews are working to restore power. Use caution as traffic/street lights are out.
When students are unable to come to Morehead’s campus to take the exit exam, they must find and secure a suitable testing location (a school, career or testing center) and a
qualified proctor to administer the exam. If the proctor or location is not available during the approved
testing time (Friday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., local time for the student) students may submit a request for an alternate date/time 6 weeks in advance of the on-campus testing date. Requests
for alternate dates/times are not automatically approved. Students must document real need. Additionally, no student may complete an exam later than the on-campus test date.
Proctors cannot be family members, friends, or co-workers. An appropriate proctor candidate may be from one of the following categories:
Students must confirm that their proctor has:
Exam materials will not be sent to proctors who do not have a business e-mail address.
For assistance finding a proctor, students can contact a guidance counselor, an academic advisor, or the dean of students or registrar’s office at a nearby college, university or local testing center.
The Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC) is an organization that has testing centers across the country and abroad that provide proctoring services to distance students near their homes. Centers are
located in 46 states and nine countries.
Any proctoring fees incurred are the responsibility of the student. There are often charges for the use of a testing facility and the proctor's time to receive, monitor, and return an exam. Please
be sure to determine if there is a fee, what it is, and when it must be paid. (Although practices vary, testing centers often require prepayment, and a receipt of payment may serve as a ticket to the proctored
The MSU Proctor Approval Application form is
available on our website.
To complete and submit this application:
Please note that the Graduate Coordinator in English must receive both sections of the Proctor Approval Application no later than four weeks before the scheduled exam.
Students and proctors receive e-mail confirmation upon receipt of the proctored exam form. If confirmation is not received within 24 hours, students should send a query e-mail to email@example.com. When the
proctored exam request has been approved, students and proctors will receive an e-mail that includes details about exam policies and procedures.
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