Proctoring

Academic Success offers reduced distraction exam proctoring for qualifying students registered with Accessibility Services. Proctoring allows students to complete exams in a quiet, reduced distraction environment while being proctored by a staff member. Proctoring requests are required to be initiated by the student registered with accessibility services. You can find our proctor request form in the Forms and Documents page.


Title III of the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 dictates that an institution must make reasonable academic adjustments, provide auxiliary aids and/or services for those individuals with a qualified disability who self identify. To determine reasonable adjustments, auxiliary aids and/or services, Academic Success staff will seek current documentation of the student’s disorder/impairment, as well as, information from appropriate University personnel regarding essential standards for courses, programs, services, activities, and facilities. A reasonable academic adjustment is one that does not require a substantial change in the curriculum or alter any of the essential elements or functions of the course, program, service, or activity. Academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, and/or services are determined on a case-by-case basis and course-by-course basis.