• Accommodated Testing Request

    This form is to be completed by a professor who needs resources or assistance in providing testing accommodations for a student registered with Disability Resources.

    Student's name

    Today's date

    Course Number/Section

    Date of exam

    Professor's name

    Professor's phone

    Professor's email

    Preferred date/time for testing

     

    Additional comments

     

    Tests must be delivered to the Disability Resources Office 24 hours before the scheduled testing session.

    How will the test be delivered to Disability Resources?

     

                      
     

    What testing accommodations are required for the student?

     

                      
     

    Special testing instructions (permission to use notes, books, other materials)

     

    How should the test be returned to the professor?

     

              
     

    Upon receipt of this form Disability Resources will contact the student to confirm testing arrangements.

    Questions? Contact Kathy McGillivray at 651-523-2521 or disabilityservices@hamline.edu


     

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