has developed a student proctoring system designed to maintain the
integrity of the the Pace University/NACTEL program. We find it
to everyone's benefit (NACTEL's, Pace's and yours) to periodically
verify student identification.
The proctoring system requires that designated proctors supervise
and administer various examinations throughout your courses. The
intent of this program is to help us verify that the person who
completed the exam followed all necessary guidelines and is actually
the individual receiving credit for the course.
As a student, you will be asked to select an individual who will
be available to proctor your exams based on a set of guidelines
you will be provided upon registering for courses. Pace will then
review the application, and approve and record your selection.
Some examples of possible proctors include:
Supervisor within your or any telecommunications firm
Resource/General Manager within your or any telecommunications firm
Corporate Instructor within your or any telecommunications firm
Union Representative/Steward within the telecommunications industry
President/Vice-President of your or any telecommunications firm
Principal or Superintendent of an Educational Institution,
either public or private
Official Testing Service of an Accredited University or College
Certified College Instructor
School Guidance Counselor
Military Educational Officer
Law Enforcement Officer (Sergeant, Lieutenant or Captain only)
Official Learning/Tutoring Center
Proctors cannot be
relatives, co-workers or other students in the Pace University/NACTEL program.
Once you've selected a proctor, you'll need to complete an online proctor
application form. This should then be printed out and given to your
proctor to be notarized and sent back to Pace University. Pace will
then review and approve your selection.
It will be your responsibility to coordinate times to meet with
your proctor for a scheduled exam or assignment. Once you register
for a course requiring proctoring, you will have access to detailed
Proctor Examination Information that will let you know which tests
and assignments will require a proctor, and when they are due. Typically,
only one or two examinations per course will require the supervision
of a proctor.
Proctor Application Process