Criteria for receiving extended time and/or separate settings accommodations:
- You have submitted the appropriate documentation regarding your disability
- You are officially registered with the Office of Special Learning Services
- You have been granted extended time and/or separate environment as a reasonable accommodation by the JLC Assistant Director, Special Services
Procedures for using extended time & separate setting accommodations in the Student Success Center
- Fill out the Extended Time/Separate Setting Request for each and every test or quiz that you opt to take in the Student Success Center.
- Submit this document at least ONE WEEK prior to the test date. Failure to do so could result in test delays, or the Success Center not having your exam when you arrive to take the test. To coordinate communication with your professors, it is imperative that you submit this document ONE WEEK prior to the administration of your exam.
Most extended time/separate setting exams are taken at the same time as the rest of the class, but if, for example, your professor tells you that he/she is giving a test during the first half of the class and lecturing afterwards, you may need to begin your exam earlier than class so it doesn't conflict with the lecture. We never want a student to miss a class lecture because she/he is taking an exam in the JLC.
- There is no guarantee that you will be allowed to take the exam in the Learning Center if you are late.
- On the day of the exam, come to the JLC. Our staff will administer the test under a proctor’s supervision. Once you complete the test, your test will be scanned and returned to your professor.
Contact the Testing Center with questions at email@example.com.
Testing Accommodations Forms
SHU Faculty Cover Sheet
SVC at SHU Faculty Cover Sheet