Students registered with Accessibility Services will receive a computer-generated letter which they should forward to you. They should also introduce themselves to you. If you need confirmation the accommodations are legitimate, contact Accessibility Services.

Refer the student to Student Accessibility Services. We will accept documentation and provide appropriate accommodations.

Students will forward an email from Student Accessibility Services (SAS) or provide a paper copy of ‘letter’ with approved accommodations as soon as they are approved.

  • We ask them to talk to you during office hours within the first two weeks of class or within one week of receiving their letter.
  • They should let you know what accommodation(s) they will use.
  • Instructors should email the test to If other arrangements need to be made, please let us know.
  • Use an exam cover sheet for each separate exam and make a notation of what is allowed for the class(e.g., open or closed book, notes, basic or scientific calculator, etc.).
  • Note how much time the class gets for the test, SAS will add the extended time for the student.

Students take exams proctored by staff in our testing area. This is located on the third floor of the library. Faculty should submit exams by email, or in-person, 24 hours prior to the exam or we cannot proctor it.

Extend the time (online), prepare a media clip or CD for listening portion. If the exam is not timed (open for 24 hours), no need to extend it for student with disability.

  • SAS’s Testing hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
  • Arrange with the student the day/time to take the exam, preferably earlier in the day.

If a student is approved for a note taker, instruct the student to contact SAS. Per student request, SAS will arrange for the student to access Glean Audio Notetaker app.

  • Refer to Attendance Flex Policy included in student’s emailing of letter.
  • If a student has an occasional flare up due to a medical condition, they may miss a class. They should email you within 24 hours of this occurring and not miss assignment deadlines without your permission. If your syllabus has a maximum absence allowance, please take into consideration this still may occur even after the allowance is met.

All students are expected to abide by the University Code of Conduct. Poor behavior is not excused on the basis of disability. Respond to the University Misconduct Policy and contact the Office of the Dean of Students 

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Student Accessibility Services

Wyllie Hall D187
900 Wood Rd. 
Kenosha, WI 53144

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8:00 AM-4:30 PM


Phone 32x32 262-595-2372
1Fax 32x32 262-595-2138
Email 32x32

* Please note that email, phone and fax lines are not monitored on the weekends.*

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