If a student qualifies for extended time, distraction-reduced testing environment, or adaptive technology, and faculty cannot provide the accommodation themselves, DSS is available to proctor tests, quizzes, in-class writing, exams, etc. The student and faculty will need to complete/sign the DSS Test Proctor Form and return it to DSS. This form is available in the office or may be printed from the DSS website. The student is responsible for reserving a testing room, preferably the same time as the class, to take the exam. DSS requires notice from the student of two business days during the semester and one week for final exams. The testing procedure is as follows:
Test Proctoring in the DSS Office
Students taking exams in the DSS office are expected to adhere to the University’s academic honesty policy. Testing rooms have video recording/surveillance. Students caught using unauthorized resources will be reported to the faculty and the the Office of the Dean of Students.