Honor Code Policy
Before you begin an exam, you must show your Virginia Tech ID (Hokie Passport) to the proctor. You are required to read and accept the full Honor Pledge below. Access more details on proctored assignments.
Honor Code For Proctored Tests
All students are expected to abide by the Virginia Tech Honor Code. A student who has doubts about how the Honor Code applies to any examination is responsible for obtaining specific guidance from the proctor before beginning the assignment. The Honor Code prohibits giving or receiving unauthorized assistance, aid, or unfair advantage on this test, or attempts thereof. The rules in this document are designed to protect the academic integrity of the testing environment. It describes what you are authorized and unauthorized to use and/or have in your possession during an assignment. Failure to abide by these rules will result in you immediately being reported to the Honor System.
The following statements are included in the Honor Code for tests at the Math Emporium. Usage of any resources other than those listed below will be considered a violation of the Honor Code and will be reported to the Undergraduate Honor System.
You may only use paper issued by the proctor. It must be returned to the proctor, intact and not torn or separated, when you are finished with your test.
You may only have your Hokie Passport ID card, a covered drink, a non-electronic pencil or pen, and a cell phone that is powered off when you login to the Emporium Testing System.
Check your pockets before moving on. If you have brought scrap paper or other prohibited items with you, immediately tell the proctor, who will assist you in putting away unauthorized material.
Exams must be completed in Respondus LockDown browser accessed through Canvas.
You must remain at your testing computer throughout your entire test. In the rare event of an emergency, you must contact a proctor.
Cell phones must be turned off, placed on the desk, and reamin there for the duration of the exam.
Failing to check out of the Math Emporium will be considered an Honor Code Violation.
After beginning your test, you will be reported for an Honor Code Violation if it is discovered that you have not abided by these rules designed to protect the academic integrity of the testing facility.