The Testing Services Office provides testing accommodations for students with disabilities at OCC. If you received extended time, an alternate location, or other accommodations for exams in high school or if you recently developed a disability, you may be eligible for testing accommodations at OCC. Your first step is to submit disability documentation to the Office of Accessibility Resources (OAR). Next, you must complete an intake appointment with an Accessibility Specialist in the OAR (call or email: 315-498-2245, email@example.com). The type of accommodations you are eligible for will be determined during this appointment. You are responsible for informing your professors of your eligibility for accommodations and for utilizing accommodative services on campus.
It is your responsibility to schedule appointments for accommodative tests and quizzes with the Testing Services Office. Do not depend on your instructors to send exams to the Testing Services Office if you have not made an appointment at least 3 business days in advance.
Accommodative tests are administered by appointment only. Take the following steps to make an appointment:
It is expected that all students who use the Testing Services Office will abide by these basic rules:
Questions? Email testing staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you believe you need testing accommodations in addition to time extension or quiet space for placement testing, you MUST first submit documentation of your disability to the Office of Accessibility Resources (OAR) (IEP, psychological evaluation, etc). Once your documentation is received and evaluated, you will be contacted by the Testing Services Office with details about when to complete placement testing with accommodations. Documentation can be faxed or mailed to the OAR office:
Accessibility Resources Office Onondaga Community College 4585 W. Seneca Tnpk Syracuse, NY 13215
Onondaga Community College
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4585 West Seneca TurnpikeSyracuse, NY email@example.com
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