OAS Proctored Testing Appointments Students with documented disabilities can arrange to have a proctored test in the Office of Accessibility (OAS) as an accommodation. The OAS offers test proctoring services to ensure the delivery of testing accommodations. In order to take an exam, the following must be on file in the OAS before the day of the exam:
  • Current Accommodation Letter for the course; and
  • Supporting documentation of disability.
There are two ways a student can schedule an OAS proctored testing date/time:

1. Students can complete the paper form, available at the OAS office, complete the student portion of the form and return it to the OAS office or drop box. Then deliver the instructor portion of the form to the course instructor to complete and return the the OAS office along with a copy of the exam.

2. Make an appointment online. You must know the following information to use the online form:


  • Regardless of the appointment method used, students must schedule your testing time a minimum of four days in advance of the test date to ensure enough time to prepare test materials and accommodations.
  • Exams will be administered Monday – Friday between the hours of 9 am – 5 pm and Wednesdays until 6:00 pm (Middletown only).  Appointments should be made during class testing time unless there is a time conflict that is discussed prior with OAS and your professor.
  • *Evening Exams – Students with evening exams (after 4 pm) are advised to speak with professors about taking exams earlier in the day or make arrangements with their Professor to take exams.
  • Report to OAS at the scheduled exam date and time.  Students arriving late will have that amount of time deducted from the exam time.   If a student misses an exam, they must alert their professor and OAS and reschedule the exam upon the professor’s approval.  Notify OAS if the professor changes the exam date and/or time and reschedule with OAS.
  • NOTHING is allowed in the testing room except permitted testing material(s).  There is No talking in the testing room.  ANY unauthorized use of materials will be reported to your professor.