Testing Services and the Disability Resource Center (DRC) have collaborated to improve the way students are accommodated in academic testing. This has resulted in a new option for accommodated examination to take place in our secure, quiet, and controlled environment. Faculty and students should visit the Disability Resource Center site for Accommodated Exams in Testing Services for instructions regarding how to take advantage of this option.
Students who require accommodations in testing should begin the process as soon as possible, and at the beginning of the semester.
- All requests must be sent to Testing Services at least two weeks before each exam becomes available to the student. Request received later will be considered, but a seat cannot be guaranteed.
- All testing is done by appointment only.
- Appointments are set on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Students and faculty are encouraged to come to Testing Services to view the testing environment and address any questions ro concerns prior to testing.
Testing Services Accommodation Contacts:
Ms. Collette Johnson
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
2801 South University Avenue
Student Services Center, room 315
Little Rock, AR 72204
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NOTE: The above email address is exclusively for students requesting accommodation. All other students and faculty must call the main office at 501.569.3198 to schedule appointments and to make arrangements for all other test administrations.
The CLEP accommodation policy can be found online in the Information for Test Takers booklet.
For national testing programs such as ACT, Praxis, MPRE, MAT, and LSAT, you must submit your documentation directly to the national testing company. You must also complete any forms that they require. These forms and procedures can vary considerably from test to test. All such forms and procedures are provided online and/or in the appropriate test registration bulletin.
Not a UALR student and do not plan to be?
If you do not plan to be a UALR student, but want to test at UALR for another institution, you may by connecting first with the UALR Disability Resource Center.