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ASC Proctoring Center

The ASC Proctoring Center, located in Room 1070 in The Hub, provides a quiet  space in which students receiving accommodations can take their exams. In addition, The ASC Proctoring Center provides access to assisitive technology for those students receiving accommodations.
Location: Room 1070 in The Hub
Phone: (831) 479-6369
Days/Hours:  Mon-Thurs 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am to Noon

Evening test proctoring hours are available by appointment.

Email to request an appointment.

ASC Exam Proctoring Information

Who can access proctoring services?

  • Cabrillo College students with verified accommodations.
  • Accommodations are determined and verified with a Cabrillo College ASC Counselor or Learning Disability Specialist.

What Assistive Technology is Available?

  • ClaroRead for reading exams aloud
  • Word processor with MS Word and spell check (if appropriate)
  • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking
  • JAWS screenreader
  • ZoomText screen enlargement software

Please keep in mind that arrangements must be made in advance for these services to ensure space is available.
Please note also that accommodating such request may require taking the test in a location other than
The ASC Proctoring Center.

Exam Timelines and Scheduling Policies

  • The Proctoring Center is not a Drop-In Center.
  • Students must schedule an appointment to take an exam 7 days prior to the exam.
  • Appointments must be scheduled a minimum of 3 working days prior to a make-up exam.
  • If a student is late, time will be deducted from the total time allotted for the exam.
  • Students are not allowed to use electronic devices such as cell phones, MP3 players, iPods, personal lap tops etc. in any of the testing sites.
  • With instructor approval, an exam may be re-scheduled once. Students will be referred to their instructors for subsequent re-schedule requests.
  • Student requiring accommodations with ClaroRead, ZoomText, Dragon Naturally Speaking or JAWS should inform the proctor of these needs when scheduling the exam.
  • If, due to scheduling conflicts, the student is unable to schedule the exam through ASC, the student must make arrangements with the instructor giving the exam.
  • Accommodations requests for final exams should be submitted 2 weeks prior to Finals Week.

To Make a Proctoring Request

Include the following information when making proctoring requests:

  • Student Name
  • Phone Number
  • Date and Time of Exam
  • Instructor Name
  • Course Name and Number (i.e. History 15)
  • Assistive Technology Needed (ClaroRead, ZoomText, Voice Activated Software, JAWS)


According the College policy, "A student may be disciplined for misconduct for cheating or plagiarism
in connection with an academic program at the College" (Administrative Code Section 4130b).

Proctoring staff is required to monitor the test-taking process. If a student is caught cheating,
the test will be confiscated and the incident reported to the instructor. Cheating can result
in an F grade in the class, dismissal from the College, and loss of test accommodations
for future classes taken at Cabrillo College.
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