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Contact Information
Office of Accessibility Services

Lisa Seneca
Coordinator

Mahoney Library
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989

Phone: (973) 290-4261
lseneca@cse.edu

Assessment Accommodations Procedure

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Procedure for Final Exam Week

Pre-assessment Planning and Scheduling
  • All students are required to provide the Accessibility Services Coordinator with a written list of assessments with dates, times, course number, professors name (due four (4) weeks prior to the start of final exam week)
  • All students are required to meet with Accessibility Services Coordinator to review assessment schedule to ensure that the individual student does not have more than one assessment per day during final exam week
  • All students are required to utilize Test Accommodation Forms for each assessment and submit completed form to Accessibility Services Coordinator not later than one (1) week prior to final exam week
  • All students are expected to arrive on time for each assessment to ensure that their respective extended time accommodations can be honored
During Assessment
  • Students leave all personal computers, phones, and other electronic equipment in the Accessibility Services Coordinator's office
  • Student will only have assessment and writing implement during the assessment, and other materials required by/or supplied by the respective professor
  • For students with limited motoric issues, all testing will be accomplished on a computer
  • Students will be assigned to testing space in relation to test accommodations cited in the student's Accommodation Plan
  • During student breaks, student will leave the assessment with the Accessibility Services Coordinator
Assessment Delivery/Return
  • All professors are expected to email assessment to the Accessibility Services Coordinator at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the assessment date
  • All completed assessments will be scanned and emailed to the respective professor immediately following the student's completion of the assessment
  • The hard copy of each assessment will be maintained in the student's file in the Accessibility Services Office, unless the respective professor requests that the hard copy be returned to the professor. In such instances, the assessment will be returned via inter-office mail
  • Assessment that are computer based (Moodle) will be addressed by student at an assigned computer in the Academic Success Center's computer lab
  • Computer based assessment that have specific time limits, i.e. per questions, per assessment, will have to be reset to accommodate the individual student's extended time accommodation as specified in the respective student's Accommodation Plan

General Procedure

Pre-assessment (Quizzes/Test/Exams) Planning and Scheduling
  • All students are required to provide Accessibility Services Coordinator with a completed Test Accommodation Form for each quiz/test/exam at least 72 hours prior to the date of the assessment.
  • All students are required to meet with Accessibility Services Coordinator to review semester quiz/test/exam schedules to ensure that the individual student is placed in the Coordinator's calendar for regularly scheduled assessments.
  • All students are expected to arrive on time for each assessment to ensure that their respective extended time accommodations can be honored
During Assessment
  • Students leave all personal computers, phones, and other electronic equipment in the Accessibility Services Coordinator's office
  • Student will only have the assessment and a writing implement during the assessment, and other materials required by/or supplied by the respective professor
  • For students with limited motoric issues, all testing will be accomplished on a computer
  • Students will be assigned to testing space in relation to test accommodations cited in the student's Accommodation Plan
  • During student breaks, student will leave the assessment with the Accessibility Services Coordinator
Assessment Delivery/Return
  • All professors are expected to email assessment to the Accessibility Services Coordinator at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the assessment date
  • All completed assessments will be scanned and emailed to the respective professor immediately following the student's completion of the assessment
  • The hard copy of each assessment will be maintained in the student's file in the Accessibility Services Office, unless the respective professor requests that the hard copy be returned to the professor. In such instances, the assessment will be returned via inter-office mail
  • Assessments that are computer based (Moodle) will be addressed by student at an assigned computer in the Academic Success Center's computer lab
  • Computer based assessment that have specific time limits, i.e. per questions, per exam, will have to be reset to accommodate the individual student's extended time accommodation as specified in the respective student's Accommodation Plan