Proctor Application

Proctor Requirements

Mastery of a course is determined by the successful completion of written work and two examinations: a mid-term and a final. Students should complete all assignments for the fourth class session before attempting to take the mid-term examination. The final examination should not be taken until all projects and assignments for the course have been submitted.

To assure the integrity of the courses, mid-term and final examinations must be taken in the presence of a proctor who has been approved by City Vision University.

The proctor cannot be a relative of the student, and cannot be a student of City Vision University. Some examples might include a college or university administrator or faculty member, a school superintendent or principal, a school or public librarian, ministry director, or a pastor.

To become an approved proctor, follow the steps below:

  1. Complete the online application form, providing us with your name, the student’s name for which you are proctoring, and your qualifications as proctor.
  2. You will be notified via email when your proctor application has been approved.
  3. Once you have been approved, you may follow the instructions here to proctor students’ exams in our learning management system. You will also receive these instructions by email.
Proctor Name and Email:
Student Name:

The line below constitutes your electronic signature.
By signing, you certify that all the information on the form is accurate, and that you will follow all the duties of the proctor, as listed above and here.

Signed by: