To send your professor an email requesting testing accommodations please go to the Disability Services webpage. On the left side of the screen, under Online Requests click on Classroom Accommodation Request. You will then login using your CWU username and password. Fill out the form and submit the request.
Appointments are preferred. To make an appointment with Testing Services you can use the Schedule a Test link on the left side of the screen, email us at Testing_Services@cwu.edu, or call us at 509-963-1847.
Please remember to bring an ID (connection card or Drivers License is OK) with you. You will be asked to turn off cell phones and other electronics and to store all your belongings in a designated location. Also there is no eating, drinking, use of tobacco products or electronics while in the testing room.
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If your student has registered with CDS and has been given accommodations for classroom exams and you are unable to provide that accommodation in your classroom or department, Testing Services is available to proctor those exams. Our space and time is limited and appointments are necessary. PLEASE NOTE! THIS SERVICE DOES NOT INCLUDE MAKE UP EXAMS FOR ANY STUDENT, NOR DOES IT INCLUDE COURSE CHALLENGE EXAMS EVEN IF THE STUDENT HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR ACCOMMODATIONS.
Central Disability Services (which is now part of HR) is the office which reviews the documentation for accommodations, their policies and procedures are available on line at http://www.cwu.edu/disability-support/how-access-services . Your student should be sending you an email via the Disability Services web site to let you know they will be requesting accommodations for your class. Our office will also receive that email which will allow us to offer testing to that student.
Our office hours are from 8-5 pm Monday through Friday. Mondays and sometimes Fridays have limited space due to fixed schedule in our testing room for the GRE, the MCAT and other national exams. We are currently looking at ways to expand our testing space in our current location to facilitate testing for our new clientele but that will probably be no sooner than Fall 2013.
You may deliver your exams to the Testing Center via FAX 963-1849, email to email@example.com or hand carry to 125 Bouillon during office hours.
Please include this updated Proctor Form with each exam. You can save this form on your desktop, update it for each exam or student then attach it to your email along with the exam/test/quiz.
We have access to the CDS database for approved exam accommodations. We will apply those accommodations for time, etc. to the instructions you have supplied above.
You may send inquiries regarding Accommodated Testing to Testing_Services@cwu.edu or call 963-1847.
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