Test Proctoring & Alternative Formatting

Information for Test Proctoring

The Disability and Accessibility Services (DAS) office may provide test accommodations for students registered with our office. This may mean you qualify to use our space for a distraction reduced testing area or for extended testing time.

Please note our email address: [email protected] 


DAS Test Proctoring Request Tutorial

Alternative Formatting Process

Alternative Media is the term applied to required course material such as textbooks, electronic documents, and other printed materials which the student needs converted into an accessible format, either a PDF or word document. Students with documented disabilities such as a visual impairment, reading or other learning disability, attention deficit disorder, or physical disability, which makes reading and understanding standard print difficult or impossible, may be eligible for an accommodation of alternative text format.

Adaptive Equipment on Campus

Disability and Accessibility Services

262 - Fairlane Center North
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126
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Phone: 313-593-5310
Fax: 313-593-3263