Classroom Accommodations and Testing Center

Classroom Accommodations

Students who wish to receive academic accommodations must submit an application as well as supporting documentation (see How To Apply). Once approved by Disability Services, students must have a face-to-face meeting with the Coordinator of Disability Services. After this initial meeting, students will be given a link to a secured server where they can download their official university accommodations letter. Students are responsible for sharing this letter with their professors at the beginning of each semester. Additionally, students will need to contact Disability Services to request note sharers and PDF versions of text books each semester as needed.

Testing Center

A low-distraction testing room is available to eligible students who are registered with Disability Services and who have been approved for extended time on tests. Please read the Testing Center Policy for instructions on who how to make reservations in the Testing Center. This form must be signed and turned into the Testing Center proctor before students will be permitted to take their first exam in the Testing Center.

Regular and Mid-Term Exams - Students are encouraged to schedule all of their exams in the Testing Center at the beginning of each semester, however, exams can be scheduled three business days prior to the exam date.

Final Exams - Reservations for final exams must be made two weeks prior to final exam week.