Experiential Learning Commons & Library

Form for Testing

Students who have letters from the disability/accessibility office indicating a need for testing accommodations can now make requests online.
The student initiates the test request with this form:
The professor then receives an email with another form they use to approve the testing time and include any special test instructions. 
Once this form is completed, Kathleen Koontz, Director of Accessibility and Disability Services, will let the student know that the test is scheduled.
If you are a student and have initiated an online request, but have not heard from Ms. Koontz, you will need to verify the testing date and time with her BEFORE the day of the test.

ELC Blog

We hear you! (Part 1: Technology)
Last spring, we distributed a survey to the BC community, soliciting your feedback on the Library and ELC. This is the first in a series of blog entries addressing questions and suggestions that came up in the survey.

NEW 12/3/19:

We Hear You! (Part 2: Collections)

A few survey respondents expressed concern about library collections. We think we might not be as pro-active as we should be at telling everyone about the collections that we do provide, and how those collections are selected. 



Grad School and Professional Test Practice

Testing and Education Reference Center provides practice tests for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, and MAT tests, as well as PRAXIS and other professional tests. That's one more way the Library & ELC makes your life easier.

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