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Proctorio remains committed to providing support to institutions affected by natural disasters.


Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 storm, made landfall in Florida today. Colleges and universities across Florida’s Panhandle will be closed through the week including Florida State University. Proctorio announced today that, for anyone affected by the hurricane, it will offer its online proctoring services without charge to allow students to take exams from remote locations.

Founder and CEO, Mike Olsen, stated, “Proctorio remains committed to providing support to institutions affected by natural disasters. It’s difficult to watch how these storms disrupt the lives of so many people. The least we can do is help maintain learning in times of crisis which is why we’re offering free remote proctoring to any institution affected by Hurricane Michael.”

About Proctorio: Proctorio is a fully automated, online proctoring service that provides a scalable, cost-effective solution to validating test-taker identities and originality during online exams. Proctorio ensures the integrity of distance learning and online certifications while protecting institutional accreditation and increasing the value of online degrees and credentials.

Proctorio’s customizable, secure exam settings, recording options and live ID verification allow institutions to set-up unscheduled, on-demand proctoring specific to their assessment needs. Proctorio ensures fairness for test-takers by increasing accountability, securing exam content, deterring cheating, and promoting a culture of academic integrity while improving learning outcomes.

If your school has been negatively affected by Hurricane Michael and you would like to find out how Proctorio can help students take remote online exams, please reach out to Proctorio: [email protected]

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