Information & Resources
Students who are registered with Disability Resources (ODR) and have an appropriate testing accommodation may use the testing center.
The Testing Center is located in the Office of Disability Resources (ODR). The Coordinator of Disability Resources, and two graduate level student staff members manage the center. The hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. Many resources are provided; they include but are not limited to:
- 7 distraction-reduced rooms for testing administration
- 8 computer learning stations and printing station.
- Assistive Technology Software (Text-to-Speech, Enlargement, Word-to-Text software, and CCTV)
- Calculators, Paper, Patty Paper, Periodic Tables, Pens, Pencils, Spell Checkers.
All testing rooms are monitored by ODR staff members.
Purpose of Testing Accommodation
Testing accommodations are intended to provide registered students with disabilities an equal opportunity as their peers to reflect the knowledge they have gained during the particular course of study. Testing accommodations are access not success based. Any questions regarding the testing center and accommodations should be directed to x2391.
Only accommodations that are listed in their "accommodations letter" that is provided to the instructor at the beginning of the semester will be given. Also please know that extended time accommodations are based off the standard administration time that is listed on the red form. Unlimited time is not a reasonable accommodation unless it is granted to the entire class.