The Open Acadia Exams office is open. As always, students are advised to first consult with their online course instructor about their midterm or exam before contacting the Open Acadia Exams office.
A small number of institutions are starting to proctor exams under strict conditions. So, as restrictions ease in some locations, students may find a proctor close to their current location. Students can consult the list of our approved proctors at other locations on this web page. In-person exam proctoring at the Acadia campus will also be resuming soon for some Acadia courses, but only with advance scheduling and under strict COVID-19 protocols.
Further updates on Acadia’s COVID-19 response can be found here: https://www2.acadiau.ca/covid-19.html
Open Acadia Exams
We are pleased to provide proctoring services for students in Acadia University online courses, as well as for students writing examinations from other institutions. Please refer to the information below before you request your examination or proctoring services.
You must consult with your course instructor about your intention to write any midterm or final exam before submitting an Exam Request.
Exams for Acadia Online Courses:
Please request an on-campus exam for your Acadia online course at least ten (10) business days before your preferred exam date (but not more than one month in advance), after consultation with your course instructor.
Exams for Courses from Other Institutions:
Request an exam for your course in accordance with the timelines of the other institution: generally, this means at least a month in advance.
Exams for Acadia online courses:
Exams for courses from other institutions:
Please note that proctoring fees for exams written at other locations are your responsibility as a student.
If the Acadia University campus is closed due to weather, all exams scheduled that day will also be automatically cancelled, and will be re-scheduled by the Open Acadia Exams office. Exams may also be cancelled due to forecasted weather: please monitor weather forecasts to consider rescheduling your exam in advance of a scheduled timeslot, if warranted. Safety is paramount, and if you have concerns about getting to campus to write a scheduled exam, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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