Testing Services Accommodations
Thank you for reaching out! I am the coordinator for disability services at the college. I am happy to help you set up accommodations for one of the exams offered at the college through Testing Services.
Contact me at any point you need more information, assistance, or wish to set up appointment. I look forward to working with you!
Tisha L. Marzewski + firstname.lastname@example.org + 501.882.8863
The Office of Disability Services is approved to handle accommodation requests for the following exams offered at the college through Testing Services.
- Next Generation Accuplacer Exam
- CLEP Exam
- HESI A2/LPN Exam
- ACT-On Campus Exam
The Office of Disability does not handle accommodation requests for the following exams.
- ASSET(John Deere)
Please contact Testing Center for more information, 501.882.8812, on these exams.
STEPS FOR ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS
STEP 1: Request for Testing Services Accommodations
Complete and submit the Accommodations Request Form to Office of Disability Services.
The Request for Accommodations Form is completed and submitted online and the link is below. A paper copy can be requested from the office, if needed.
STEP 2: Disability Document(s)
Provide supporting disability documents to the office.
Disability documents might be a letter from doctor or therapist, testing report from specialist, IEP/504 Plan from high school, or other disability type document.
STEP 3: Accommodation Review
Office of Disability Services reviews the request and supporting disability documents.
If all information provided is complete, the office issues the Accommodation Notice to the Testing Center and notifies the requesting individual of the approved accommodations.
STEP 4: Arrange Details of the Accommodations & Schedule the Exam
Contact the Testing Center to make arrangements and schedule the exam with accommodations. The Office of Disability Services is available to assist as requested.
ACCOMMODATIONS REQUEST FORM
This form is completed online and when submitted, goes straight to the Disability Services Coordinator. You should make sure you have included a phone number or email in the proper spot on the form, so that you can be contacted.
DISABILITY DOCUMENTS SHOULD INCLUDE
Disability documents might come from a doctor's office, mental health clinic, testing report, or specialist report.
Your disability document must clearly have your name on it and clearly have identification as to whom has written the document such as doctor's/clinic's letterhead and signature.
Your disability document should include information regarding your diagnosis, treatment information, and any other important details regarding your diagnosis.
1. Clear Diagnostic statement of the disability
2. How the disability impacts functioning
3. Documentation is provided by a licensed or otherwise properly credentialed professional
Disability Documents: High School IEP
Please submit the following documents.
1. Summary of Performance
3. Diagnostic Testing Report
4. Program Evaluation Conference Decision Form
Disability Documents: High School 504 Plan
Please submit the following documents.
1. 504 Plan
2. Diagnostic Report
DISABILITY DOCUMENTATION-WHERE TO SEND
Your disability documentation can be emailed to the Coordinator of Disability Services, hand delivered to the Office of Disability Services or mailed to the Coordinator of Disability Services.
Email (Preferred Method): email@example.com
Beebe Campus- Student Center, Suite 202
Office of Disability Services
PO Box 1000
Beebe, AR 72012
WHAT IS AN ACCOMMODATION NOTICE?
The Accommodation Notice is a document that the office of disability services creates to list all of the approved accommodations for the Testing Services exam. The Accommodation Notice is developed once the student has completed the accommodation request steps.
IMPORTANT TESTING SERVICES ACCOMMODATION NOTICE DETAILS:
Accommodation Notices are only issued through the office of disability services when the student has completed all steps.
Accommodation Notices are the documents that notifies the Testing Center of the student’s approved accommodations and accommodations start at that point of notification.
Accommodation Notices are emailed to the Testing Center and the student from the Office of Disability Services.
Accommodation Notices are valid for the specific exam only and does not cover other exams or ASU-Beebe academic courses.
Accommodation Notices are valid for exams given by ASU-Beebe Testing Services and expires within one year of issue.
OFFICE OF DISABILITY SERVICES
Coordinator of Disability Services
Tisha L Marzewski
McKay Student Center, Suite 202