For additional questions/concerns regarding accommodated testing, please contact Robin Paulson, the accommodated test coordinator, at 303.556.3300.
We will need a copy of your disability documentation in order to complete the process of providing all your classroom accommodations. During the first appointment which we call the "intake appointment", the accessibility specialist will evaluate what documentation is required to finalize the accommodation request. Therefore, bringing your disability documentation to the intake appointment will help us provide your all classroom accommodations more quickly.
In order to receive accommodations for the Accuplacer, you will need to meet with an accessibility specialist so that we can evaluate your accommodation request. You can set your appointment at the Accessibility Center in the Confluence Building, room 121 or 303.556.3300.)
Note: Exams needing a private room, reader, scribe or use of assistive technology need to be scheduled at least five weekdays in advance in advance. (We do not process requests over the weekend or in the evening after 5:00 p.m.)
All other exams need to be scheduled at least three weekdays in advance. (We do not process requests over the weekend or in the evening after 5:00 p.m.)
NOTE: The Accessibility Center is responsible for providing reasonable accommodations in a timely manner. Failure to adhere to the above guidelines may impact the Accessibility Center’s ability to provide testing accommodations.
If you have any issues with these please contact your accessibility specialist at the Accessibility Center (303.556.3300).