Proctor Information

Exam proctors in the School of Law are classified as part-time hourly employees and not independent contractors.  Hourly employees (staff) are not permitted to have more than one appointment within the University.  Administrative employees are not permitted to be paid as both an exempt and non-exempt employee within the same pay scale.   You may not proctor for the Law School Registrar's Office if you have a student attending Duquesne University's School of Law.  Previously approved exam proctors who have a gap in proctoring must again complete all HR forms listed in the hiring process information. 

Exam proctors monitor the law students during examinations to ensure that all exam policies and procedures are followed. Their main priority is to maintain the integrity of the testing environment. Proctors must also be familiar with all Law School exam policies and procedures.

Interested in becoming an exam proctor for the School of Law?

Exam Proctor Hiring Process

Please complete the exam proctor application below.


Fall 2019 Final Exam Schedule

Proctor Policies and Procedures

Taking an Exam on a Laptop Proctor Guide

Prospective Proctoring Times Form