Solutions and Options for Accommodations in the Classroom and/or Department
- Allow students to start early or end later when taking tests to accommodate need for extended time.
- Allow noise-reduction devices such as headphones or earplugs.
- Make provisions for the test to be administered by a proctor on a separate day or time.
- Allow a GSI or proctor to administer the test in a separate room or space.
- Coordinate accommodation needs within the classroom environment.
- Find a separate neighboring classroom, department office, or conference room for a student to take the test in a distraction-reduced or quiet environment or to accommodate need for a Reader or Scribe.
- Check with department curriculum maintainer regarding available space (i.e., conference room).
- Your department's curriculum maintainer can check with the Office of the Registrar Curriculum Office for room reservations:
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