Designing a high-quality assessment system is a challenge for college-level educators. An effective assessment system requires mastering the professional knowledge and skills involved. The field of assessment and evaluation has developed many important concepts, principles, and methods to guide practice. This study proposes an intelligent assessment management system for the summative assessment of college courses. It integrates a virtual online assessment management system and in-classroom examinations. Before an exam, the scope of the examination is selected by teachers, and students who will take the exam are listed. According to the number of students, the system configures the range of examination rooms. Students can go to any of the examination rooms to take the exam during the exam period. Each table has a near-field communication (NFC)-enabled tablet for student identification via a student APP. The identification process uses digital certificates to ensure uniqueness and to avoid substitute testers. Invigilators use an exam management APP to access information about the students taking the exam in the exam room, and give feedback regarding the real-time situation to the system. Instructors use the assessment management APP to check students' situation after the exam. The system ensures that all students receive fair treatment during the exam. The proposed system improves the effectiveness of assessment.