Testing

Testing Services

Online Testing Accommodations – Faculty

Most students needing accommodated testing require varying amounts of extended time and/or a distraction reduced environment (away from classmates).

  • Please communicate with students to determine any needed accommodations. If students respond with requests and you do not have an accommodation letter for that student, please refer them to AACE and send their name to us.
  • Instructors are able to set a different time limit online for relevant students. See the CETLO website at Access to a Quiz for instructions
  • Students will need to provide their own distraction reduced environment.
  • Other testing accommodations will be evaluated and managed on a case-by-case basis (e.g., resources are available for text-to-speech, speech-to-text, etc.) AACE will work with faculty to assist in the provision of accommodative testing remotely, as students may not have access to our physical spaces. Also, connected students have been advised that AACE personnel remain virtually available to assist them with accommodation concerns.
  • Contact AACE with specific concerns.

Online Testing Accommodations – Students

During this time, physical office spaces are closed to students and AACE members are working remotely, but available to assist. Most students needing accommodated testing require varying amounts of extended time and/or a distraction reduced environment (away from classmates).

  • Please communicate testing accommodation needs to your instructors. If you do not have an accommodation letter (or have not asked us to send one to your instructors), please contact AACE for assistance.
  • Instructors are able to set a different time limit online for students, as applicable.
  • Students will need to provide their own distraction reduced environment.
  • Students who require other testing accommodations (e.g., resources for text-to-speech, speech-to-text, etc.), please contact AACE for assistance. AACE personnel remain virtually available to assist students with accommodation concerns.
  • Contact AACE with specific concerns.