For current UCF students:

The office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) works in collaboration with the University Testing Center (UTC) to ensure that reasonable accommodations are made for students with documented disabilities. Students seeking accommodations for the following tests in UTC must request approval from SAS: Accuplacer, CLEP, FLPE, GPE, MPT and TEAS. Students not connected with SAS must submit appropriate documentation to SAS for review.

Approval of testing accommodations for tests administered at UTC does not result in students being connected with the SAS office, or in a student being approved for accommodations in their enrolled courses. To receive academic accommodations for enrolled courses, students with disabilities must be connected with the SAS office. Students should visit the SAS website for information about connecting with SAS and receiving accommodations for courses.

For Accuplacer, CLEP, FLPE, GPE, MPT and the TEAS tests:

  1. Submit the Third-Party Exam Accommodations Request Form to SAS. The process to review documentation may take up to ten (10) business days to determine if the accommodation request is appropriate for approval.
  2. The SAS office will notify the student if documentation is needed via the student’s Knights email.
  3. If the accommodation is approved, the SAS office will also notify UTC.
  4. UTC will have two (2) business days to contact the student and apply the accommodation from the date of which they are notified. (Example: Applying extended test time).

Please note: students must submit a request with SAS for testing accommodation for each exam the student intends to take at UTC (even if the student has tested before with testing accommodations).

For graduate entrance or professional certification exams:

To review exam specific testing accommodations guidelines, please visit the appropriate website below.

For students taking a Distance Learning/Correspondence exam:

Testing accommodations must be granted by the test taker’s institution and indicated in the test instructions received from your instructor/institution.