Those registered for the standardized exam such as the GRE, LSAT, MPRE and SAT arrange any Special Accommodation request directly through the respective testing agencies.
Those seeking to take the Units for Credit exams such as the CLEP and DSST must provide the Documentation and verification provided at least 3 weeks in advance directly to the SSU Testing Coordinator.
Any SSU Student registered through the campus DSS Office must take their SSU exams directly through that office. However, if a SSU Student has an Accommodation and is taking a non-SSU course, the proctoring can take place with the Testing and Proctoring Services Office. The following are a few accommodations that might be available with verified disabilities.
- Extended test-taking time
- Separate location availability
- Extended breaks
- Use of Calculator
Disabled Parking on Campus
-If you have a physical disability, you may park in any stall marked as such on campus.
-A disability license plate or placard displayed on vehicle dashboard is required.
-A valid SSU parking permit is also required.
-If temporary disability, it is permissible to park in designated disability parking.
-However, a permit must be obtained from SSU's Police Services in Public Services.