First, students must be registered with Accessibility Services to receive any accommodations. To register contact Accessibility Services at (906) 635-2355.
Then, at the beginning of each academic year, students seeking accommodation services need to:
Indicate to Accessibility Services (AS) their desire to receive accommodation services by coming in to the office and picking up their Letter of Accommodation for each professor;
If requested, provide updated, relevant, and current disability documentation;
Complete any necessary forms for requesting accommodations (i.e., requests for textbooks, note takers, equipment, etc…);
Meet with their professors to discuss their individual accommodations.
To schedule an exam with accommodations
call 906-635-2355 or x2355 from on campus,
send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com,
or stop by Room 233 in the Library.
Accessibility Services also provides accommodated testing services. To use these services students are required to read and understand the testing rules. Students will be asked to sign these rules the first time they test with Accessibility Services.
If eligible to take exams in our accommodated testing rooms, students must notify their professor and follow the testing rules listed below:
Make your testing appointments one school day in advance
Schedule tests for the same day and time as the class test
Arrive on time for tests
Be ready to begin when you arrive
All cell phones and electronic devices must remain in the office
Cheating will be reported
You may not take apart stapled exams unless pre-approved
No talking is allowed in the testing room
Hats are not allowed in testing room unless pre-approved
Scratch paper, Scan-tron, pencil or pen will be provided
Go to the bathroom BEFORE you begin as you MAY NOT be allowed to go later
Exceptions to these rules may be considered on a case by case basis.
Hours of Operation
Academic Year Office Hours
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday
Summer Semester Office Hours
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
If any person believes that he or she has been subjected to discrimination, including harassment by unlawful and unacceptable expressions, acts, attitudes and/or behaviors based on race, color, national origin or ancestry, gender, age, disability, religion, height, weight, sexual preference, marital status, or veteran status, he or she should contact the Director of Human Resources/EEO Officer, Lake Superior State University Administration Building, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 49783 (906-635-2697) within sixty (60) working days of the action of which the person complains.