Student Testing Services

Proctoring Services

The Redwood Taylorsville campus of Salt Lake Community College provides proctoring services for students from other colleges and universities who need to take supervised exams, as well as professional licensure exams. We also proctor the Carrying Passengers for Hire exam for the Utah Parks Department.  We can accommodate both paper/pencil and computer based exams. The exam fee is $20.00, and must be paid with a cash or check. The fee does not apply for Salt Lake Community College Students registered for the CURRENT semester or for Salt Lake Community College faculty and staff. Tests are administered by appointment only. If you would like to have an exam proctored:

  1. Contact Testing Services at 801-957-4964 or at for information on how to get Salt Lake Community College approved as a proctor site with the exam originator. Please do not have information sent to the college without contacting Testing Services first.
  2. Read and sign the Proctor Agreement Form which can be obtained by contacting Testing Services. If you do not feel that you can agree to ALL policies listed on the form please contact us for any questions or concerns so we may resolve them.
  3. After ensuring that your test information has been sent to the proctor, call or email to schedule an appointment.


To AVOID getting a $10.00 TICKET, you MUST purchase a $1.00 (cash only) Day Parking Permit. See map for locations to buy a parking pass. The $1.00 pass will allow you to park in any of the yellow lined parking lots.  It is not valid at parking meters or in the pay lot. (If you park in the Visitor Pay Lot, the charge will be based on your time parked, $2.00 to $10.00 per day.) You will be ticketed if you do not have a permit visible on your car.




Please note that tests are proctored according to proctor availability, which does not always correspond with regular testing center hours. Also, not all exams can be accommodated so please check with  theTesting Services proctor at 801-957-4964 or at


Exams must be scheduled at least 2 business days in advance. If students are more than 15 minutes late for a scheduled appointment it will be canceled and they must call to reschedule.