Online Course Test Taking
Your course will require proctored testing for at least one major exam.
CU policy and Cameron’s agreement with the Higher Learning Commission requires that every online course must include at least one proctored exam each semester.
Please access the Cameron Online Proctoring Form to complete the necessary proctor information which will then automatically be submitted to Lisa Restivo in the Distance Learning Office.
Students living within 30 miles of Lawton or Duncan, Oklahoma will test a a CU Testing Facility. Please see the below link for CU Testing facility information and hours.
- Shepler Testing Center located in North Shepler 5th Floor
- Sarkeys Foundation Student Computing Center located in Academic Commons Rm. 137
- CU-Duncan Testing Center If you wish to take your exam at CU-Duncan, you MUST make an appointment.
Students participating in Online Courses, who do not live within 30 miles of either Lawton or Duncan, Oklahoma, must find an acceptable proctor in their region to administer any exam for which a proctor is required. An appropriate proctor would include a university testing center, Sylvan Learning center, military education center, or public library official. Students are individually responsible for any testing fees incurred.
If you are unable to take your test on campus in either Lawton or Duncan, please fill out the Proctor Application form and submit to
Distance Learning Coordinator
2800 W Gore Blvd
419 South Shepler
Lawton, OK 73505-6377
Toll free fax: 855-300-9092
Or you can email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.