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For Faculty and Staff

We appreciate all of our campus and community partners, especially our faculty and staff. The information listed below is designed to assist you when working with the SAS Office and with students who are registered with our office or may need accommodations.

Faculty Testing Procedures

When a student requests testing accommodations, on occasion the accommodations can be provided within the department. For example, if you, as the professor or instructor, are able to provide testing in another room for extended time, or for a lower-distraction setting, and if it is agreeable to the student, this is fine.

If this cannot be provided and the student requests to take their test in the SAS office, then we ask students to speak with faculty first to inform the instructor they are requesting testing accommodations for an upcoming test and get student approval of the intended test date. There is a Testing Instruction Sheet with more details about modified testing and a place for instructors to include any special instructions for the test. This form should be provided as a cover sheet for the test.

Your part as faculty is to:

  1. Discuss and approve the student’s intended test date for testing in the SAS Office.
  2. Upload the Testing Instruction Sheet and the test to Eagle Accommodate. Alternatively, you may email, fax, or hand deliver the testing materials to SAS (Student Services Building, suite 120) preferably 24-48 hours before the student’s intended test date.

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Student Accessibility Services

Students with disabilities (e.g., physical, learning, psychological, chronic medical, etc.) who would like to request accommodations and services are required to register with the Office of Student Accessibility Services in suite 120 in the Student Services Building. Please contact Chevon Bogle-Dessuit, Director, at (919) 530-5058 or email sds@nccu.edu. If you are already registered in the office, you will need to return to the office each semester (during the first 2 weeks, preferably) to review your information and receive updated accommodations.

NCCU complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all programs and activities (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) in the University's educational programs and activities. For additional resources or to file a Title IX complaint, visit the NCCU's Title IX webpage.
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