Taken from the UNC Online Proctor Licensing Agreement.
Proctors are responsible for understanding UNC Online’s requirements regarding proctoring fees and for keeping proctoring fees as low cost as possible. Free proctoring is strongly encouraged. When evaluating new applications or renewal applications, UNC Online take fees into consideration.
Proctors may charge a proctoring fee and proctors are responsible for the collection of these fees. Fees are a transaction between the proctor and student. UNC Online does not play a role in disputes with regard to fees.
NOTE: UNC System employees/instructors cannot charge a fee for proctoring.
UNC Online does not charge proctors a fee to be a member of the UNC Online Proctoring Network.
Proctor Fee Chart – Face-to-Face Proctors:
Maximum Proctoring Fee Per Hour
Maximum Flat Proctoring Fee
Disability Support Services Fee Policy. Proctors are prohibited from charging additional fees to students who are allowed extended time to take their exam or for other requirements related to the student’s disability, as determined by the instructor and the university’s Disability Support Services in compliance with federal regulations. Proctors are able to view which of their scheduled students receive extended time in the UNC Online system.
Fee Changes. In order to protect students from fee changes during the term, fee changes may only occur twice a year. Fifteen (15) days prior to the beginning of the fall term and spring term, proctors are able to edit their fees in UNC Online.
UNC Online evaluates these edits and either approves or denies the fee changes. When evaluating fee changes, UNC Online takes fees into consideration and reserves the right to deny a fee change or deactivate a license as a result of a fee change.
If the fee change is approved then the fee change will be published five (5) days before the beginning of fall term and five (5) days before the beginning of the spring term. Proctors are strictly prohibited from changing their fees at any other time of the year. NOTE: Proctors are prohibited from charging the new fee to students who have already scheduled their exam appointments with the proctor, because those students scheduled prior to the published fee change.
If UNC Online determines proctors are charging fees different than those listed in the UNC Online System then the proctor’s license may be deactivated.