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Online Course Proctored Testing

Many online courses at Lansing Community College require one or more proctored exams.  Check your syllabus or contact your instructor to determine if you will be required to test in a proctored environment.
LCC course testing center student guidelines

Please click on your preferred location below for testing hours and information.
Main Campus Course Testing Center

West Campus Student Services
Livingston County Center
LCC North - St. Johns (By appointment only)

You may also request to test at an approved off-campus (non-LCC) testing site.  Test proctoring fees may apply at non-LCC testing centers.  To designate your proctor, you will need to complete the Proctor Request Form listed below.

PDF file Guidelines for Setting Up a Proctor - ONLINE COURSE TESTING
LCC Online Course Proctoring Frequently Asked Questions
List of Approved NCTA Participating Test Centers

LCC Online Course Proctor Request Form

To ensure that proctors are approved in time for final exams, we encourage students to submit their proctor requests by Saturday, April 22. Requests received after that date will still be processed, but risk possibly not being set up in time for final exams.

Please Note:

The Testing Support Office requires seven to ten business days to process a request. The Testing Support Office reserves the right to deny services and will notify a student if they are unable to approve a proctoring services request.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding proctor requests or off-campus testing, please contact the Testing Support Office at (517) 267-5503 or by email at

Assessment Center at Lansing Community College

Testing Services

Course Testing Center - TLC 104
Placement Testing Center - GB StarZone

Phone: (517) 267-5500
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