The student will connect with you to discuss upcoming exams for the semester.
The student will then complete their portion of the Exam Accommodation Form (PDF) electronically and then send the form to you and to the Disability Resource Center via email.
Please respond to this email by replying all so you can include the specifics that the student will need for the exam (such as a calculator and scratch paper) and confirm the date and time the class will be taking the exam. If an alternate time/day has been discussed and agreed upon between you and the student, please include this permission as well.
We are asking that students and professors/instructors include all the exam dates on one email/form so we can plan our seating to be in line with the social distancing requirements.
When feasible, students are expected to take exams in a time frame that overlaps that of the class. Exceptions will be made only with instructor permission when the student’s class schedule does not allow for exam completion with all accommodations. Instructor permission must be provided.
Testing hours at the DRC are 8 a.m-4:30pm p.m. Monday through Friday. Exams must be completed by the end of the posted operational hours. Students must communicate with their professors to identify an alternate day and/or time to complete the exam if it falls outside of posted operational hours.
Due to extended time accommodations, students often begin exams before the regular class time. Students will be allowed to leave the DRC once the exam is completed unless directed otherwise.
Exam Pick-up or Delivery
Exams must be provided to the DRC at least two working days before the exam.
Exams can be faxed to 815-753-9570, submitted to the DRC Portal, dropped off to the DRC or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. When emailing exams, Word documents are preferred for adaptation purposes.
Completed Exam Return
Instructors can pick up the exam in person at the DRC. If you plan to pick up the exam less than 48 hours post-exam, please call to be sure it is ready.
Instructors may choose to have the exam returned to them via campus mail or email. Please note: if you authorize the DRC to return an exam via campus mail, the DRC is relieved of any responsibility for the exam once it enters the campus mail system.