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Centralized Accommodated Testing Spaces

Pilot Program Spring 2023

Sadler Hall, Rooms 122 and 123

Monday through Thursday,  8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Friday,  8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The office of Student Access and Accommodation is initiating a Centralized Accommodated Testing Pilot for Spring 2023 to support undergraduate and graduate students who are registered with Student Access and Accommodation with a documented need for accommodated testing.


How to Reserve the Centralized Accommodation Testing Space

Tests are only scheduled when a faculty member submits the request online. Faculty must reserve a specific start time, with no more than five students per faculty member at a time due to limited seating. Faculty may need to stagger times to prevent overlaps.

  1. Complete the online testing space reservation form.
  2. You will receive a calendar invitation as confirmation.
  3. Forward the calendar invitation to the student(s) to confirming the date, time and location of their reservation. It is the faculty member’s responsibility to communicate with the student the date, time, place and requirements for testing, such as timely arrival and photo ID requirement.
  4. Hand deliver exams and the PDF cover sheet from your calendar reservation to the assistant to the dean of your college/school for pick up between 8:15-9:00 a.m., at least two days prior to the test administration. There are no exceptions to this rule.
    1. Do NOT deliver exams to the Academic Advising suite in Sadler Hall. Exams delivered to Sadler Hall will not be accepted.
    2. Each exam should have the student’s name, class, and section on it.
    3. Include the PDF cover sheet from your calendar reservation.
  5. There will be no exceptions, last-minute changes or additions to the accommodated testing schedule.
  6. Faculty may not interact with proctors nor enter the test spaces.


Requirements for Students

It is the faculty member’s responsibility to communicate with the student the date, time, place and requirements for testing.

  1. A confirmed reservation. The calendar invitation serves as confirmation.
  2. TCU photo ID.
  3. Prompt arrival. Students who are 15 minutes late will not be allowed to test and must be reschedule. Students who fail to show up for their test must be rescheduled.
  4. Students will be required to sign an honor code statement of agreement before the test is administered.
  5. A student may be dismissed from the testing space for inappropriate behavior such as evidence of cheating, disrespecting the proctor or violating test space rules. The faculty member and the Dean’s office will be notified via a note with the return of the test to the Dean’s office the following day.