What do I need to bring when coming in to take my exam?

Please bring your student ID when checking in for your exam. Your professor will specify on the SASS Exam Proctor Agreement what you are allowed/not allowed to have with you during the exam. We do NOT allow the following to be brought in with you in the testing room: backpacks, hats (beanies, snap-backs etc.), any outer … Read more

Who will know about my disability?

All documents which Student Accommodations and Support Services collects are regarded with strict confidentiality. Student Accommodations and Support Services does not reveal the condition or diagnosis of any student registered and/or verified with us. Once the student is assigned accommodations on MyDSS, the student should meet with each professor to discuss their new accommodations. It … Read more

How can I find out what my accommodations are?

Once the student has met with out accommodations specialist and the disability and its functional limitations are verified, SASS provides information about the various reasonable modifications which address the student’s functional limitations. The student then chooses the reasonable accommodations that best apply in a given course or semester. If the student would like to know … Read more

How can I schedule an exam at SASS?

Only students who are registered with SASS and have approved testing accommodations that require assistive/adaptive technology or private space are allowed to schedule exams with our office. Faculty are responsible for providing testing accommodations except when unable to provide technology or private testing room accommodations. If you are not yet a registered student, please follow … Read more