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SERVICE UPDATES FOR FALL 2023 (Effective August 1, 2023)

For Fall 2023, the Testing Center will offer the following services for University of Hawaii System students taking classes at other University of Hawaii campuses. All tests are conducted in-person and by appointment only. The Testing Center does not support remote proctoring.

Supported test types are listed by class modality:

Class Modality Supported Test Types
Face-to-Face (F2F)
  • For whole classes, only online courses are supported.
  • Make-Up tests (online and paper tests).
  • Students with testing accommodations (online and paper tests).
Hybrid (HYB)
  • For whole classes, both online and paper tests are supported.
  • Make-Up tests (online and paper tests).
  • Students with testing accommodations (online and paper tests).
Distance Education, including:
Distance - Completely Online (DCO)*
Distance - Cable TV (DTV)
Distance - Interactive Video (DIV)
  • Make Up Tests (online and paper tests).
  • Students with testing accommodations (online and paper tests).

* Per University of Hawai'i system memo, May 7, 2021, subject: Instructional Method Codes, for DCO classes the "student is never required to visit campus or a UH site (e.g. for testing...)".

NEW: Same / Next Day Make Up Testing Services

“Academic Tests - Same / Next Day Make Up” services are available only to those students who need to “make up” a missed exam right away. Appointments are required. Students who do not meet the criteria for make-up testing should schedule using the regular “Academic Tests” category instead.

IMPORTANT: To ensure a smooth testing experience and avoid unnecessary delays, instructors using the same / next day make up testing option should submit their test materials to the Testing Center before your student(s) come in.


  • Submit your proctoring forms / test materials to the testing center at least 3 days (or more) prior to the student's test date.
  • After test materials have been submitted, your student may schedule their appointment online at
  • Appointments may be cancelled or re-scheduled if there are no test materials on file at least 3 days (or more) prior to student's test date.

Please follow the procedures below to take a test for your course.

1. Schedule your testing appointment

Appointments must be scheduled at least two (2) calendar days (or more) prior to your desired test date.

After you schedule your test, you will receive an e-mail confirming the date and time of your testing appointment.

Be sure to remind your instructor to send your test materials to the Testing Center.

2. On your scheduled test day

  • If you're sick, please stay home and don't come to campus. Contact us to reschedule and notify your instructor.
  • Arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.
  • Bring the following:
    • A photo ID (Drivers license / permit, State ID, Military ID, School ID, Permanent Residence Card, etc)
    • A cell phone (required only if logging into a website with your UH Username & Password)
    • A pen or pencil
    • A face mask (optional, not required)
    • Other allowed items for your test


> How do I cancel or reschedule my test appointment?
Please contact the Testing Center by e-mail ( or call 808.734.9144 during normal business hours.

> What is your policy on time limits?
You (the student) are responsible for keeping track of your own time limit allotted for the test you are taking, and submitting and turning in your test when time has expired. There is a clock at the front of the room to help you.

> What is your policy on test security and monitoring?
Video surveillance cameras and computer monitoring software are in use and actively monitored to deter test misconduct. Please follow all instructions given to you by staff and proctors. You will be dismissed from testing, if during your test, there is observed use of any unauthorized material or electronic equipment.


Kapiʻolani Community College has an agreement with ProctorU to provide online proctoring services that may be more convenient for students. Some classes may offer this option of having tests proctored online at a small cost to the student.

The cost (per test) is based on THREE variables:

  • The length of the exam
  • The type of service (Auto or Live+) - which is determined by the instructor
  • How far ahead of time a student schedules their exam

Please contact your instructor to determine if this service is available for your course exams.

Last Reviewed: 8/2/2023