The CWU Testing Services Office offers the Alternative Testing Service to CWU faculty who request assistance in providing alternative testing accommodations to eligible students with disabilities.
Students must provide DS with documentation verifying the need for flexible exams/alternative testing procedures.
Students must submit an electronic accommodation request to the professor of each class in which they wish to use testing accommodations.
In addition, students must meet with the professor of each class in which they wish to use flexible examination procedures/testing accommodations.
Students who feel that their disability documentation supports more than time-and-one-half for exams must meet with a DS Consultant to receive approval for double time.
Faculty must confirm receipt of each student's electronic accommodation request.
Faculty must meet with/speak with each student to discuss alternative testing needs.
Faculty who wish to utilize Testing Services' Alternative Testing Program are directed to the Testing Services web page for instructions.
DS will provide the Testing Services Office with a "read only" record of student accommodation requests.
TESTING SERVICES RESPONSIBILITIES
Testing Services will administer class exams for CWU faculty and will protect the integrity of the testing process.
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