The testing center is available for registered students with The Center for Access and Success (CAS) who require exam accommodations. CAS is located in Pine Dale, 7136 (first floor). Appointments must be scheduled in person. Students will be given a test cover sheet to provide to their instructor.
- Scheduling Guidelines
- Testing Guidelines
- Instructor Responsibilities
- Testing Center Responsibilities
All exams must be scheduled with CAS at least 5 days in advance of the examination date. If a student does not schedule 5 days in advance, he or she may not be able to test as requested. Please note: All final exams must be scheduled with CAS at least 10 days in advance of the examination date.
Students are expected to schedule the time(s), date(s) and appropriate allotment of time for each exam with CAS.
It is the student’s responsibility to notify professors of this scheduled time by providing professors with the Test Coversheet. The Test Coversheet will indicate the time and date of the student’s scheduled exam and allow the instructor to indicate any special instructions for the exam, the amount of time the class has to complete the test, etc.
The Center for Access & Success strongly regards academic integrity. A student found responsible of academic dishonesty, including cheating, is subject to severe disciplinary action that may include dismissal from the University. For more information, see the University’s Policy of Dishonesty.
Students are required to schedule exams to be taken in the CAS Testing Center at the time the exam is given in their classrooms unless prior arrangements have been made with their professors. Students taking night classes need to make arrangements with their professors to schedule their exams during the normal CAS Testing Center's business hours.
Students may not have their cell phone or any electronic device on them, regardless if it is turned off or silenced. Students must leave their phones, along with other personal belongings, in a designated area provided by the testing center.
Students are prohibited from leaving the testing facility at any time. The time scheduled for testing accommodation should not be used for anything other than taking exams. Students must use the restroom, finish eating, drinking, studying, etc. prior to the start of the exam time. Please be sure to have tissues, extra pens and pencils, paper, etc. prepared prior the start of the exam. Students will not be given time for breaks. Emergency bathroom breaks are granted with the supervision of a proctor.
Students must report to the testing facility 10-15 minutes prior to the start of the exam. This will allow time to secure personal belongings in a designated area away from the testing space, go over specific directions as indicated on the test-cover sheet etc.
If the student is unable to take the exam at the scheduled time it is the student’s responsibility to contact CAS and the instructor. A student may be late up to 20 minutes; however, this time will be deducted from the overall time given to complete his/her exam. After 20 minutes, the exam is returned to the instructor by a member of CAS personnel, and the student will be required to make arrangements with the professor regarding their exam. The test can be re-scheduled only with direct approval from the instructor.
Students afforded testing accommodations reserve the right to take exams in the CAS.
Instructors are responsible for delivery of the examinations to CAS. The exam must be received CAS no later than 24 hours prior to the test appointment. Please electronically send the exam via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also FAX the exam to 508-910-6691.If you prefer, you,or a designee, can deliver the exam directly to our office. We strongly suggest exams are not sent through inter-campus mail.
Be sure to provide any special instructions.
CAS will deliver completed exams to the corresponding departments during normal CAS hours and when the Center has proper staffing to do so. Many instructors prefer to pick-up exams from the Center or send a designee.
CAS will make 2 attempts to deliver the exam. At that point, an e-mail will be sent to the professor notifying him/her to pick the exam up in the CAS.
Test materials will be kept secure. CAS must set and enforce policies and procedure to protect the integrity of exams and to ensure that the administration of exams in fair. CAS may change policies and procedure at any time.
Test proctors will be available to act on behalf of the instructor and will be in charge of the test session. Standard classroom testing regulation will apply. The proctor will not interpret or answer any questions on or about the exam unless previously approved by the instructor.
Examinees are expected to abide by the University’s Academic Integrity Policy. CAS is required to report any acts of academic dishonesty or unusual behavior to the instructor and the Coordinator of Disability Serves. Should this occur, the exam will be stopped and returned to the instructor immediately.
CAS reserves the right to deny testing services for any student who fails to comply with the appropriate scheduling responsibilities or testing regulations.