Due to the huge growth in distance learning all around the world, many more students of all ages are earning degrees and certificates without ever setting foot on campus. But they often do still need a secured and supervised setting for taking exams. That’s where the Ridgefield Library comes in.
We have long done proctoring for exams on an ad hoc basis, but the increase in demand has prompted us to establish a formal policy, and also a modest fee for this service. We are pleased to be able to support our patrons’ educational aspirations, but we want to make sure that the test taking environment we provide conforms to the requirements of the institutions of higher learning involved.
A $25 charge will now be assessed for each request for exam proctoring. The Library will supply a room in which to take the exam, and a computer if required. Proctoring is available only during regular Library hours Monday through Saturday and subject to staff availability. Reservations must be made at least 5 days in advance.
The full proctoring policy can be found on the Policies page at www.ridgefieldlibrary.org. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact the Adult Services department at 203-438-2282 x12004.