Distance Education Testing Lab provides proctoring services for students who are taking tests for other universities. We have a testing facility located in our office that houses computers and is monitored by video-cameras. Our testing facility is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM during most weeks of the academic year. Our facility is not available during the weeks of midterm and final exams in the fall, spring, and summer semesters, and the University of Mississippi is usually closed for two weeks at the end of December each year.
There is a $25 proctoring fee charged to anyone who is not a current Ole Miss student, faculty member, staff member, or dues-paying alumnus. You should also provide a pre-paid envelope for mailing your test information back to your institution if it is not included in the testing materials from your school.
There are four easy steps to schedule your test time with our office:
You should arrive at our office a few minutes before your scheduled test time. We are located in 374 Wing F Kinard located at 207 Rebel Drive. On a GPS device, enter 207 Rebel Drive for street address. See our building on the map.
Parking can be an issue. If you do not already have a University of Mississippi parking decal, please contact DETL (firstname.lastname@example.org or 662-915-1267) for parking information and to reserve a parking spot for your testing appointment..
If you are not currently an Ole Miss student, faculty member, staff member, or dues-paying alumnus, you will be required to pay your $25 before you take your test. We only accept payment in the form of cash, or check.
After you complete your test, we will send your testing information to your institution. Please provide an envelope for mailing if your institution does not provide for this.
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