Testing Procedures

  1. Students who qualify for special testing arrangements are responsible for discussing their approved accommodations with you (the instructor) prior to the test. 
  2. Generally, testing is done in the classroom or Test Center unless special arrangements are required which typically will involve testing within Student Support Services office.
  3. Tests that are administered in our office will be picked up and returned to the Test Center the day the test is scheduled to be taken. To continue to protect the integrity of the test, tests not taken on the scheduled date will be returned to the Test Center.
  4. Students will be notified by the office of Student Support Services that they are not to bring any materials into the testing area other than those allowed by the professor. (Please note any special test allowances on the test.) The Student Support Services office will notify you if books or notes are used during the test or if academic dishonesty is suspected.
  5. If you have questions or concerns about these procedures or student accommodations, please contact 682-7520.

Testing Procedures

Student's responsibilities:

  1. To discuss with their professors any approved testing accommodations they wish to utilize in that class prior to the test date to allow time for special testing arrangements.
  2. To notify the Disability Accommodation Assistant (682-7520, Ext. 7770) 48 hours prior to taking an exam proctored by the Student Support Services office. Exams should be scheduled to ensure sufficient time for completion. At closing time, unfinished exams will have to be turned in.
  3. Not to bring any materials into the testing area other than those allowed by the instructor. The Student Support Services office will notify the professor if books or notes are used during the test or academic dishonesty is suspected
  4. Once testing begins, students must stay in the testing area and complete their test or turn it in incomplete.