Assessment Services

Assessment Services

Student FAQ

What is the process to request exam accommodations?

If you are not yet registered with Student Accessibility Services, your first step is to request an intake meeting with an Accessibility Specialist. You can meet with an Accessibility Specialist either over the phone or via MS Teams or WebEx. In person meetings are available upon request.

Note: Academic accommodations, including exam accommodations, are only available to students with documented disabilities, and in some cases, suspected disabilities. Refer to the Student Accessibility Services Documentation Guide for additional information.

For students already approved for exam accommodations, use the Student Accessibility Services Portal to submit a request for accommodations for each quiz/test/exam.

What if I have questions about my accommodations?

If you have questions about the implementation of your exam accommodations, contact:

If you have questions about the accommodations for which you have been deemed eligible, contact your Accessibility Specialist.

If you are concerned about meeting course requirements, even with accommodations, contact your Instructor and your Accessibility Specialist.

How can I prepare for online quizzes, tests and exams?

Suggestions for Online Test Taking

We encourage students to continually monitor their college email for updates, and regularly check RRC Polytech Student News and the RRC Polytech COVID-19 webpage for up-to-date information.

What should I do if I have an issue during my online exam?

First contact your instructor to attempt to resolve the issue.

If you are a DE student writing through the Exam Centre, please contact

Please cc exam accommodations staff from the appropriate campus:
NDC and CDE Students:
EDC Students:

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