Students with disabilities can use alternative testing arrangements, which our office may assist with when requested.
Faculty members may wish to handle their own accommodated testing.
Test administration may be modified or adapted for students with disabilities when appropriate.
Such accommodations may include any of the following:
- extended time
- alternative location
- a scribe for test questions
- use of a word processor
- large print
- ·oral administration of test questions
Recommendations for accommodations are made by our office’s director and listed in a letter of accommodation.
How to Make Arrangements
Students and instructors may make any arrangements for testing accommodations that are fair to the student and to the class requirements.
Most students and professors agree to have accommodated tests administered by the Learning Center.
Students are expected to schedule an appointment to take the test as soon as the test is announced, or at least two days in advance. Students may do this in person at the Learning Center (North Quad, Room 350) or by calling 765-285-3779.
Instructions for Exams at the Learning Center
Below are the instructions to follow when taking exams at the Learning Center:
- Students, not faculty, should schedule their exams.
- Students should schedule the exam at least two days ahead of the exam date by calling 285-3779 or stopping by North Quad, room 350.
- Remind the professor once before each test to send the exam to North Quad, room 350.
- Students should take the exam when the rest of the class is scheduled to take it.
- Be on time. If you are late, the amount of time that you missed will be subtracted from your allotted test-taking session.
- Unauthorized aids, notes, phones, etc., will be reported to the professor and cheating of any kind will result in termination of the test.
- All other University guidelines for test taking apply to the Learning Center’s test administration.
- Time and a half will be allotted for the test unless otherwise determined by the Disability Services office.
- Test proctors may not explain or express opinions concerning the test; however, clarifications for specific purposes (directions, procedures, etc.) may be given.