Graduate Testing Accommodations

Request your accommodations memo prior to each semester through the Disability Resource office.

Make accommodated test reservations using the Accessibility Information Management (AIM) system.

You are encouraged to make reservations once you receive your syllabus. The system allows multiple dates to be set with a single log in. During the semester, modifications are easily processed.

Book weekly quizzes one by one, or request Office of Accommodated Testing and Services (OATS) to set a reoccurring appointment. Once the first quiz is reserved in the AIM system, send requests for reoccurring appointments to testing@case.edu.

In order to process requests, you must make reservations no later than one full week prior to the day of testing. Failure to make a reservation may result in forfeiture of ability to take that test in OATS. Unforeseen circumstances are handled on a case by case basis.

Click here to visit the online tutorial page for detailed information on how to schedule a test in AIM.

Your professor will be notified of the request and provide testing materials directly to the Office of Accommodated Testing and Services (OATS). OATS staff relay student questions and professor responses during testing.

Arrive on time and be ready to test. Students taking accommodated tests are expected to uphold the University's Code of Ethics. Data from the cameras monitor testing rooms, and all infractions will be immediately reported to the professor.

If regularly scheduled exam time occurs outside OATS office hours, we will work with you to alter the exam time or make other arrangements for proctoring.

[Testing Accommodations Policy Revised Summer 2018]