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Requesting Testing Accommodations

Student and Faculty Information

 

Students must provide formal documentation and have prior approval of testing accommodations through the OAS before submitting a testing accommodation. Please note that testing accommodations are not retroactive. 

Follow the steps below to submit a testing accommodation request.

  1. Visit Accommodate Symplicity Login
  2. Enter your full email address and email password. This log in information is the same as all your other Eastern accounts.
  3. Place cursor over "Testing Room" tab on the left side of the screen.
  4. Choose the course from the dropdown menu from which you are booking an exam. Select "Check Availability." 
  5. Select the date(s) and time(s) of your exam.
  6. Click off if it is a Final Exam, the time given is different from the allotted class time and choose OAS Testing Center for "Building" and "Room."
  7. Select the days of the week you are requesting to take your exam.
  8. View the availability and select your time. Exam start times are 8:30 a.m.; 11:30 a.m..; and 2:00 p.m.
  9. Confirm your exam booking and submit Request.



Faculty Information

    1. Visit Accommodate Symplicity Login
    2. Select "Faculty."
    3. Enter your full email address and email password.
    4. The home screen is shown below. Select "Courses."
    5. Select the semester and course you wish to open.
    6. Select "Room Bookings."
    7. Select the "Pending" tab to view pending requests and open the request you wish to respond to by selecting the student's name.
    8. Review the student's requested date and time and select "Reviewed and Approve."
    9. Before submitting, select "Upload New Exam." The student will not be able to view the exam. Please provide additional details on exam allowances and preferred delivery methods.

    10. Select "Submit." Please note: the request will not move from your pending tab until an OAS Staff Member approves it.