Office of Disability Services Webform

Disability Services Testing Appointment Online Request Form

This form serves only as a request for a test appointment.  ODS will respond to your test appointment request through APSU student email regarding any problems with your request.

Fields with an *  are required.  Please read the following instructions before submitting the form.

  1. The student must submit this request for a test appointment.
  2. Test appointments are available during ODS Office hours, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  3. The student is required to make testing appointments at least ONE WEEK prior to the date of the test.  Tests must be taken during the same day and time as the class unless approved by the instructor.
  4. The student must select approved/requested accommodations.
  5. Minimal distraction environment does not guarantee a private room and the student cannot request a specific testing space. 
  6. Tardy arrival: the total amount of time may not be altered due to late arrival.  Ex: student arrives at 10:30 a.m. for an exam scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m., the student may have the remainder of the scheduled time only.
  7. Absences: In the event of an absence, please contact your professor to obtain permission to reschedule the exam with ODS.  Also, contact ODS or the exam will be returned to the professor.


Only use your APSU student email
We will notify the instructor of your requested time. Note that if it is outside of the class test time, they can deny the request.
If your request is less than a week away, the ODS staff may deny your request due to space and staffing.
Example: PSY 1020 - This field must be filled out completely per the example.
Please indicate the day your class will be taking this test.
Please indicate the start and end time of this class.
Format: (xxx) xxx-xxxx - If the instructor is adjunct, please provide the department phone number.
If the instructor is adjunct, please provide the department office location.
ODS will verify approved accommodations.
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