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Proctoring and Advising


A proctor is a person who oversees an exam to ensure it's taken by the correct person and completed without cheating.  Many online courses at HutchCC require at least one test or essay to be taken with a proctor's supervision.  On the main campus, students may take their proctored exams through RLRC.

Note that RLRC Proctoring only proctors HutchCC exams.  For non-HutchCC exams, including ACTs, inquire in RLRC Assessments by calling (620) 665-3359.  GED testing is available in the Learning Center, in the basement of Lockman Hall, (620) 694-2480.

To arrange proctoring

  • Check the proctoring information in your online course for specifics.  You may be asked to complete a proctoring quiz.
  • Contact your proctoring center to make an appointment for your proctored exam.  If that center is RLRC, contact us via or (620) 728-8125 (email preferred).  Let the proctor know your full name, phone number, instructor, course name, exam description, date(s) you'd like to schedule for, and specific time you would like to reserve the appointment for. Proctoring hours are provided below.

           Proctoring hours during the Spring and Fall sessions:
              Monday - Thursday
               8:00am - 3:00pm
               6:00pm - 7:00pm

           Proctoring hours during the Summer sessions:
              Monday - Thursday
               8:00am - 3:00pm

  • Then, when you go to your appointment, bring a photo ID—your student ID or driver’s license—as well as your DragonZone username and password.  Check-in with the proctor, and you'll be directed to an area where you may take the exam.

Not from the area?

See the Newton page or McPherson page for information about proctoring at those outreach campuses.  Alternately, use HutchCC's list of verified proctors in Kansasget another proctor approved, or speak with your instructor. Once you have located and contacted a proctor, take the proctor quiz in your course so your instructor can accept or decline the proctor and send them information about the exam.  Note that Firefox is the preferred and recommended browser.  If your proctoring site doesn't have Firefox installed, you may have technical problems with your tests.  Make sure your proctor and proctoring site are aware of this requirement.

Academic Advising

Certain RLRC faculty members provide academic advising services for students.

What's an advisor?  Current and prospective students each have an academic advisor, chosen based on one's major or undecided status. Students can see who their advisor is by looking in DragonZone. Advisors help students plan their academic and vocational futures by clarifying assessment results, enrollment restrictions, course selection, degree options, and transfer information.

Contact Information

Front Desk
(620) 665-3449

Director of Rimmer Support Services