As a student at GHC, we want you to know that the method of testing in each GHC online course is determined by the instructor of that course section. Therefore, the first week of the course, you should read the course syllabus or policies to learn about the testing method that will be used. If you have questions about how testing will be done in any course, contact your instructor for guidance.
Academic Year 2021 – 2022 eLearning Testing Dates
These dates are for GHC Online and eClassroom courses. Students must check the syllabus in each online or eClassroom course for more information about testing.
Midterm Exam Period: October 4 to October 9, 2021
Final Exam Period: December 7 to December 13, 2021
Midterm Exam Period: February 28 to March 5, 2022
Final Exam Period: May 3 to May 9, 2022
Midterm Exam Period: June 28 to June 30, 2022
Final Exam Period: July 27 to August 1, 2022
GHC Testing Center
The GHC Department of Testing Services provides on-campus proctored testing services to students and faculty for GHC eLearning, eCore, and eMajor courses. Learn more about their full range of services by visiting the GHC Testing webpage.
GHC Testing Centers proctor exams with accommodations. See the Accommodated Testing webpage for scheduling and proctoring information.
eCore and eMajor midterm and final exam dates are different from those of GHC Online. Students taking eCore courses must review the eCore Academic Calendar. Student enrolled in eMajor courses must review the eMajor Academic Calendar. There are specific proctoring requirements for exams in eCore and eMajor courses. If you are currently taking an eCore and/or eMajor course, please read the information at the links below. You will need to scroll down on that page to view all the information and testing options.
GHC testing centers at Cartersville and Rome offer test sessions for the state-wide eCore/eMajor programs.
Respondus LockDown Browser
Some instructors prefer that their students take tests using Respondus Lockdown Browser. Check your course syllabus, or with your instructor, to see that applies to your class. If it does, go to the Respondus LockDown Browser help and information page within the GHC D2L Student Guide.