Free proctoring services are offered by the Library. A computer with high-speed internet access is provided in a quiet room suitable for test taking.
- The student or appropriate educational authority must contact John Major (Associate Reference Librarian) at 970-879-0240 x 305, or by email, before any service can be rendered.
- Once approval is received, appointments must be made well in advance of the exam date. Two to three weeks is preferable.
- Instructions from the student's school or university must be provided prior to any proctoring appointment.
- There is no guarantee of direct supervision during the test-taking process. If you require supervision, please notify the Associate Reference Librarian as soon as possible.
Those wishing to study independently at the library, collaborate with a group (3-7 patrons), or take an exam without supervision, are encouraged to reserve the Small Meeting Room twenty-four hours prior to the event. Additional, individual study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis in the Non-fiction and Reference Department on the second floor of the Library.