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Proctoring Services

Arranging For A Proctored Examination At Another Location

For students needing to have their exams proctored at another location, MCC provides a MCC Off Campus Test Proctoring Form to provide you guidance. Students will need to complete their portion of the form and then have their proposed proctor complete and sign their portion. It is the student's responsibility to then mail, fax or email the completed form to a MCC Testing Center at least two weeks before the expected testing date for approval. If the request is approved, the exam(s) and instructions will be mailed or emailed to the proctor.

Arranging For An Outside Proctored Examination At An MCC Location

Metropolitan Community College provides proctoring services for non-MCC students who need to take non-MCC tests and assessments from other educational institutions (i.e. Remote Accuplacer, Distance Learning or Educational Course and Make-up Tests). MCC reserves the right to schedule these exams based on the availability of seating and the ability to accommodate students based on the requesting institutions testing requirements special requirements (equipment, workstations, hardware, software) and expectations.

If the exam has complex instructions, course instructors should consult with a Testing Center staff member prior to the testing date to ensure that correct instructions have been documented and can be given to the student at the time of testing. Testing Center staff members are not to be held responsible for correcting, duplicating or interpreting exams. Only materials and instructions annotated on the MCC Off Campus Test Proctoring Form will be allowed.

Students will be informed of the given time limit(s) for the exam and the Start and Stop times will be documented. However, it is not always possible to monitor a student's exam time and that responsibility is left up to the student.


There is a $30 proctoring examination fee levied for each exam taken. This fee must be paid in advance of taking the test. Fees may be paid at either the Student Services Cashier Cage (cash, credit card or check) or by contacting the Student Accounts office at 531-622-2405 (credit card only). Students must obtain and present a receipt a number to the Testing Center as proof of payment before testing can be initiated.

If paper copies of the exam and materials and/or the results from other types of testing must be returned to an outside organization through the US Postal Service. Then all postage, packaging and handling must be prepaid and provided by the outside educational institution or the student themselves prior to the start of any testing as well.


If Disability Support Services (DSS) Accommodations are needed for a student to take an exam, it is the student and/or the student's home college/university DSS responsibility to provide this information in advance to the testing center prior to the examination or assessment date. Students and/or the student's college or university DSS is also responsible for making any special arrangements to have a writer, reader, transcriber or translator scheduled to meet with the student in advance as well to meet the students accommodations requirements.


An MCC Instructor Transmittal Form for External Proctoring is required to accompany each exam submitted, whether submitted online or in hard copy. Exams and transmittal forms must be received jointly and at least 24 hours prior to the student making an appointment and taking the test.

Students are expected to contact the Testing Center at least 24 hours prior to taking their proctored test. Instructors are not permitted to schedule test dates in advance requiring students to attend.

If you would like to have a test proctored for you, have the requesting institution contact the Testing Center that you would like to take your exam at so that the staff in the Testing Center (the one proctoring) the test(s) can make or complete any necessary preparations prior to your arrival.


All students are required to have a valid original (not a picture or photocopy) government issued photo ID to take any examination or assessment. Students will not be able to test if they do not have the correct identification available, which may require them to reschedule their examination date.

Proctored Exams Are Administered By Appointment At The Following Locations.


829 N. 204th St., Elkhorn, NE 68022
Room 217

MCC Email:
Campus Phone Number: 531-622-1278


5300 N. 30th St., Omaha, NE 68111
Building 23, room 311

MCC Email:
Campus Phone Number: 531-622-2204


835 N. Broad St., Fremont, NE 68025
MCC Email:
Campus Phone Number: 531-622-3000


9110 Giles Road, La Vista, NE 68128
Room 116

MCC Email:
Campus Phone Number: 531-622-3803


2909 Edward Babe Gomez Avenue, Omaha, NE 68107
Connector Building, Room 102

MCC Email:
Campus Phone Number: 531-622-4613

one of the above testing centers