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Online Students

For help on a paper, email the paper to writing@fontbonne.edu. Please include the instructor's name, your student ID number, and a copy of the assignment. Writing Specialists can assist students during all phases of the writing process - from brainstorming to polishing a final draft.  Although you will probably receive a response earlier, please allow 48 hours for a response, excluding weekends and holidays.  Phone appointments are also available, please call 314-889-4571 to schedule one.

For help with math, email math@fontbonne.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I schedule a Compass placement test at a location outside of Missouri?

Answer: Fontbonne University serves as a testing site for the ACT/Compass exams. If you are a prospective Fontbonne student, tests can be delivered online at ACT testing centers across the country. To schedule a test, email cahillen@fontbonne.edu who will process your testing reservation at a site near you.

2. Who do I contact about accommodations for a disability under the ADA?

Answer: If you have questions about academic accommodations under the ADA, please e-mail mpousson@fontbonne.edu. Fontbonne University’s policies and procedures can be found on the Fontbonne University website under Academic Resources.

3. I am in an online course. How do I schedule a proctored test at Fontbonne University?

Answer: The Kinkel Center for Academic Resources at Fontbonne University, located on the second floor of the Library, is open 72 hours a week, except for university holidays, providing testing availability on Saturdays, Sundays, and evenings. Students must contact the Kinkel Center at (314) 889-4571 at least 48 hours before the test to insure proctor availability. Students must produce a Fontbonne University ID or appropriate government-issued identification that has a picture such as a passport, driver’s license, or a military ID.

4. I am a student in an online course. How can I schedule a test in my location?

Answer: It is the student’s responsibility to identify a secure testing site and a proctor who can serve in an official testing capacity and guarantee test security. For an 8-week course the proctor must be located within the first 5 days of the course; for a full semester course, the proctor must be located within the first two weeks of the course.

A suitable proctor could be a staff person at a college or university such as the director or assistant in a learning center, a faculty member, a librarian or assistant at a college / university or public library, a professional supervisor, a supervising military officer, or a corporate human resource officer. The testing site location must be secure and the proctor must serve in an easily identifiable employment capacity. Most universities charge a fee of approximately $20 - $45 for proctoring exams from other universities unless the students are also enrolled in the proctoring university.