Current Students with Approved Accommodations

Fall 2020 COVID-19 Announcement:  


Whether or not you are learning in-person, hybrid, or remotely, academic accommodations remain in effect for the Fall of 2020. If you are a first-year student, don’t forget to attend your assigned accommodation meeting to review your potential academic accommodations. If you are a Sophomore, Junior or Senior, please review the instructions listed below on renewing your accommodations.  

Fall 2020 Testing Accommodations Notification:  


Testing in the Learning Center will look different this fall as we continue to work to provide a safe location for students to test in. Additionally, many professors have let us know that they will be using different forms of assessment rather than traditional in-person tests. Please review your syllabus carefully to identify what kind of assessments you will have.  

  1. Instructions for taking an exam in the Learning Center: If you have a professor that will be giving an in-person, paper exam during normal class time and you want to take the exam in the Learning Center, you must register to take the exam two business days prior to the exam. Due to the constraints of our space, we will not be able to help any student who is late in requesting a seat. You may also be asked to take the exam at a different time than the regular class period. This is to help ensure reduced density in the testing space. Please note: during the first two weeks of remote instruction only (8/19-9/7/2020), the LC will not be proctoring any exams.  
     
  2. Instructions for timed online exams: If you are taking an online exam that is timed (i.e. 50 minutes or 120 minutes), you must email your faculty member two business days before the exam to request that they change your time via Moodle. Please remind your faculty on how much extra time you receive (1.5X/2X). Faculty will be able to verify this information via their Clockwork Academic Accommodations Notification Email.  
     
  3. Instructions for untimed online exams: If you are taking an online exam that is not timed, you do not need to notify anyone of the need for accommodations unless the accommodations are for something other than extended time.  

If you have been approved for academic accommodations through the Learning Center, you will need to update our office at the beginning of each semester via the Accommodation Renewal Form below.

For a tutorial on how to renew your Academic Accomodations, please refer to the College of Wooster Clockwork Portal Student Tutorial.