Accommodated Faculty Guidelines
The Testing Center is available for UNO students with a disability who require exam accommodations that cannot be provided in the classroom. The Testing Center works with the Accessibility Services Center to provide a secure, quiet, and controlled environment for accommodated testing exams.
Advanced scheduling is necessary for testing accommodations which are determined by referral from the Accessibility Services Center director, Anne Heimann (email@example.com). Available accommodations include, but are not limited to: a separate room, reduced distraction space, reader, scribe, word processor, large print, extended time, and Job Access With Speech (JAWS). Visit the Accessibility Services Center website for additional information.
Faculty Accommodated Testing Information
Please review the Accommodated Testing Guidelines for student, instructor and Testing Center information related to testing accommodations.
Students meet with and discuss accommodation plans and logistics with instructor each semester in order to receive accommodations.
Instructors will receive an accommodation request letter and a Testing Center accommodated testing coversheet from the Accessibility Services Center when instructors are provided the official notification at the start of each term. Click Here to download and obatain additional accommodated coversheets that are to be filled out and attached to every exam.
Instructor(s) are responsible for delivery of the examinations along with the Testing Center accommodated testing coversheet to the Testing Center. The exam must be received by the Testing Center 24 hours in advance of the test appointment date and time.
The Testing Center does not contact the instructor to request exams for students. This is the responsibility of the student.
Exams may be hand delivered by the instructor/TA or emailed to the Testing Center at the secure email address noted at the top of the Testing Center accommodated coversheet. The Testing Center does not administer exams delivered by examinees.
A Testing Accommodations Responsibilities Acknowledgement form may be used by the student and instructor to help facilitate a conversation regarding the specific responsibility of each in the scheduling of an accommodated exam at the Testing Center.
Saturday Sabbath Arrangements
The Testing Center provides alternate testing arrangements for students who observe the Saturday Sabbath. Verification by the examinee's cleric on letterhead stationery is requested. Advance scheduling is necessary by calling the Testing Center Office.
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