Testing Information for Faculty
- Respond to student’s requests for an office appointment in order to discuss accommodations with the student.
- Read and respond to the digital Student Accommodation Letter (dSAL) during the office appointment with the registered student and complete and sign the Testing Request Form (TRF).
- Return the completed TRF to the student. It is the student’s responsibility to return the form to the Access and Accommodations Center. The Access and Accommodations Center must receive the TRF no later than five business days prior to the first scheduled test date. Testing accommodations at the Access and Accommodations Center are provided on a first come, first served basis. Submitting a Testing Request Form does not guarantee testing accommodations at the Access and Accommodations Center.
- Add subsequent test dates to student’s testing schedule, if needed, in writing (email, fax, etc.) to the Access and Accommodations Center no later than two business days prior to the new test date.
- Send final exam dates and times in writing (email, fax, etc.) no later than two weeks prior to the last day of class.
- Send the dates and times for pop quizzes in writing (email, fax, etc.) no later than two business days prior to the quiz date to AACE testing coordinator for scheduling.
- Cancel or change test schedule, if needed, by submitting this information to the Access and Accommodations Center in writing (email, fax, etc.) or contacting the AACE Testing coordinator to reschedule the students makeup exam.
The Access and Accommodations Center Responsibilities
- Prepare digital Student Accommodation Letters (dSAL).
- Schedule student tests, quizzes and exams according to the submitted TRF on a first come, first served basis and as resources permit.
- Facilitate receipt and return of tests and exams based upon written instructions from instructors on TRF.
- Maintain testing records.
- Provide reasonable accommodations in a timely manner. Noncompliance on the part of the student with the procedures stated above may result in delays in or denial of the provision of accommodations.