If eligible, students are provided an accommodation plan which notes all types of accommodations including those for testing. Testing Services offers eligible students the option of extending their time for taking tests, alternative modes for testing and alternate locations.
Students are responsible for meeting with faculty members to discuss how any requested accommodations are to be implemented in the classroom. Some of the faculty members provide testing accommodations in their class or department, while others request assistance from the Educational Access Coordinator.
If testing assistance is requested, the faculty member is asked to notify the Educational Access Coordinator, Deborah Braden, at ext. #3791 or email email@example.com and provide the following information:
Name of student to be proctored
Name of faculty member and course
Date and time for the exam
Length of time all students in class are given for the exam
List of materials and resources the student is allowed to use while testing
How the exam will be delivered to the educational access coordinator (electronically, intercampus mail, hand delivered)
How the exam is to be returned to faculty member(electronically, hand delivered, picked up)
Any other special instructions from faculty
Testing Services can also be arranged for students without accommodations who may have missed an exam due to an absence or who may need to take an exam at an alternate time due to scheduling conflicts. The faculty member can contact Deborah Braden to make arrangements.