Alternate Exam/Test Scheduling
To receive academic accommodations with Alternate Test/Exams you need to be registered with Student Accessibility Services.
In-person exams and tests
Alternate Test/Exam Scheduling is open to accommodate students to write tests and exams for classes that are being held in-person.
You must request to write an Accommodated test or exam as soon as you:
- Share your Letter of Accommodation with the course instructor and
- Check your course outline/syllabus for your exam and test dates and times.
The online request form is open beginning Wednesday, September 6 for Fall and Y term courses.
This request form will close for Fall term requests on Tuesday, November 14.
Online exams and tests
Courses that are delivered remotely or a blend of in-person and remote with testing being delivered through an online format will be accommodated by your course instructors.
Please request your Letter of Accommodation in the student portal as soon as possible to ensure your instructor has the necessary information to make all adjustments in the online format.
Your Letter of Accommodation outlines your specific accommodations and you will need to share this letter with your instructor(s) to receive accommodation.
Virtual Ask a Question
During this reception drop-in, you will be able to ask general questions regarding Alternate Exams.
10 to 11:00 a.m. – Mondays and Thursdays. No appointment required.