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On-Campus Guidelines

  • Schedule an appointment.
  • Check-in no more than 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment time. Check-ins this semester will be done via mobile devices.
  • DUO users will also need their mobile devices to check-in.
  • If you sign in or arrive late for your appointment, you may not receive your full testing time.
  • All testing stops at the posted closing time for the location, regardless of check-in time.
  • A physical valid photo ID (NC State Campus ID or government-issued ID) is required.
  • Personal items, non-permitted materials, and electronic devices will be placed in a locker. Access to lockers is via your NC State ID card.
  • Access to mobile devices or any other electronics is not permitted at any time during an exam.
  • Access to course material is not permitted unless the instructor explicitly gives permission.
  • Comply with the NC State University Student Code of Conduct.
  • Minors (any person under the age of 18 who is not enrolled or accepted for enrollment at NC State) are not allowed in the test center at any time. Visit  for a list of childcare centers in the Wake County area.
  • When finished, check out with a proctor. Turn in all materials and scrap paper. Allowed note sheets will be collected after the exam. Copies of notes should be made prior to arrival at the test center.
  • Collect any personal items from the locker and exit quietly.

Testing rooms are monitored with video surveillance and screen monitoring software.

DELTA Testing Services only proctors for NC State University credit-based courses.  For a list of other proctors in the area, please visit

Adverse Weather

In the event of adverse weather, DELTA Testing Services follows university direction in regard to closings and delays. Our office will provide communications to direct students and faculty accordingly.