STUDENT CONTINUITY FAQ
Email your coordinator. Online meetings can be set-up via Zoom. Simply email your coordinator to set-up a time to meet remotely. You can locate your coordinators email by logging in to your AIM account.
Academic accommodations apply to online and face-to-face courses. If you have any questions or concerns about accessing materials or how an accommodation would work in an online course, please contact your coordinator.
DRC staff will work closely with your faculty and TA’s to provide accommodations as appropriate in modified lab experiences, online group activities, etc.
The Accommodated Testing Office will be open primarily to assist in proctoring exams that are being given in-person for the class. If your instructor is administering your class’s exam online, you should take your exam online, as well. If there is a reason your instructor cannot meet your accommodations online, please reach out to our office.
No. Exams should only be scheduled in AIM if they are being proctored by the DRC.
Please contact your instructors to discuss how your accommodations should be met for the exams. Your coordinators are also available to help further assist via email.
As the administrator of your exam, your instructor is the first person you should contact in resolving any issues with your online exam, as our office has no access to online courses.