Madison College provides accommodated testing services at all campus locations. Testing accommodations are changes in test administration that enable students with a disability to complete tests with approved modifications to accurately measure the student’s knowledge and skills. Proctors are present to monitor and oversee accommodations.
To receive testing accommodations for courses, you must have a valid Accommodation Plan through the Disability Resource Services (DRS) office. Your test reservation must be submitted at least five days prior to the test date. Late requests will not be accepted. You will receive an email confirmation and an Outlook appointment to your Madison College email account once your request has been approved.
STUDENT TESTING POLICIES
- You must arrive on time.
- You must have a valid photo ID.
- Cell phones, pagers and other electronics are not permitted in the testing room - lockers are available.
- Purses, backpacks and bags must be placed in lockers.
- There are surveillance cameras within the Testing Center.
- No children are permitted in the testing area.
- Food and beverages are not permitted in the testing room.
- If a personal calculator is allowed, it will be examined before testing.
- Open book/open note testing is only permitted for authorized tests.
- Once a test is issued, it must be completed in one sitting.
- Students, employees and visitors are prohibited from possessing or carrying weapons while in any of the Madison College Testing Centers. This includes on-duty, certified law enforcement personnel in uniform. Law enforcement personnel are asked to schedule tests when they are off-duty and not in uniform. This does not include Madison College public safety personnel or authorized instructors from the school of Human and Protective services.
- Acts of dishonesty are subject to disciplinary action.
The testing rooms are confined spaces. Please be considerate in your use of fragrances or similar products, as the use of such products may trigger allergic reactions and create health problems.