The most commonly used accommodations are those associated with taking an exam. For many students with disabilities, taking traditional exam will limit the student’s opportunity to demonstrate their learning. Testing Accommodations are one way to provide an accessible testing experience. If you are interested in learning more about other ways to assess student learning, please contact an Access Coordinator.
Disability Resources offers a testing service for course instructors who do not have the resources to administer their own tests with effective accommodations. Students who have testing accommodations will contact the course instructor to deliver their accommodations letter, discuss if the Testing Center is needed, and complete appropriate steps to schedule exams with the Disability Resources Testing Center.
Resources related to exam accommodations:
- Accommodations Letter
- A summary of the student’s accommodations and contact information for the student’s Access Coordinator.
- Testing Procedures and Responsibilities
- Instructions for Exam Administrator
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