TESTING SERVICES

Accommodative and makeup testing services are currently administered by advance appointment only for on-campus classes. Students will need a mask and a valid ID to test in the Learning Commons – Academic Support.

Please see additional information below or contact Learning Commons – Academic Support Director, Dr. Terry Kupp, with your questions terry.kupp@cayuga-cc.edu.

The following testing services are currently provided by the Learning Commons – Academic Support:

  • Placement Tests per current placement policies
  • Make-Up Tests for campus classes
  • Accommodative Testing for campus classes

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PLACEMENT TESTS

Students may be required to take a placement test based on placement policies. Click here for more information on placement testing services. Placement tests are administered per Admissions, Student Engagement, or advisor referral. Students need to wear a mask and bring a valid ID to take a placement test in the Learning Commons – Academic Support.

MAKE-UP TESTS

When a student is, in the faculty member’s judgment, unable to attend a scheduled exam in the classroom for a campus class for a legitimate reason, the Learning Commons – Academic Support will administer the exam. At this time, students must schedule the makeup test in advance by calling the Learning Commons – Academic Support on the campus where the test will be taken (Auburn: 315-294-8593; Fulton: 315-593-9378).

Faculty must complete an Auburn test cover sheet or Fulton test cover sheet and attach it to each test. Faculty should bring makeup tests to the Learning Commons – Academic Support front desk with a completed cover sheet. Learning Commons – Academic Support staff will secure the test until the test time. Faculty can also retrieve completed tests by visiting the Learning Commons – Academic Support front desk. For safety purposes during the pandemic, only Learning Commons – Academic Support staff members will have access to the test drawer.

ACCOMMODATIVE TESTING

Students with documented disabilities who are entitled to testing accommodations will be able to take unit/classroom exams for their campus classes in the Learning Commons – Academic Support. Faculty should bring tests with extended time/separate location accommodations to the Learning Commons – Academic Support front desk with a completed Auburn test cover sheet or Fulton test cover sheet.

Staff will secure the test until the test time. Faculty can also retrieve completed tests by visiting the Learning Commons – Academic Support front desk. For safety purposes during the pandemic, only Learning Commons – Academic Support staff members will have access to the test drawer.

If a student has an accommodation that requires assistive technology, the test and test cover sheet should be emailed to the OAR Instructional Assistant on the campus where the test will be taken. These tests can be retrieved at the Learning Commons – Academic Support front desk.