Students Registered with Office of Student Disability Services
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Request Forms / Links
- Test Proctoring Request Form Complete this form to request Test Proctoring of specific tests. Tests are proctored Monday through Friday from 8:00am until 8:00pm. If you need to take a test outside of those hours, you may need to take the test with your professor. You must submit your request at least 7 days in advance. Talk to your professor about taking tests/exams at Office of Student Disability Services (OSDS) before scheduling the test/exam. We cannot schedule tests at a different time than the class is taking it without your professor’s consent. Please email Test Proctoring at SAPRCTR@mailbox.sc.edu for more information!
- Letter to Professor Accommodations Request Form Complete this form to have us send letters about your accommodations to your professors. You will need the following information: course number, section number, professor name, and professor email address.
- Alternative Format Textbook Request Form Complete this form to request alternative format for your textbook. This will help ensure your books will be ordered in a timely manner. It typically takes 2 – 4 weeks to obtain a book. You will need the ISBN number and proof of purchase.
- Reduced Course Load Some students may elect to a take a Reduced Course Load as an accommodation for academic purposes. Please read all the information and fill out the request form if approved.
- Note Taker Request Is one of your accommodations a note taker? Do you still need a note taker for one of your classes? If so, please email us at email@example.com.
- Wheelchair Desk Request Form Complete this form if a wheelchair desk is not available for you in a classroom.
- Accessibility Support Report Form Complete this form if there is an area on USC campus that makes it very difficult, or impossible, for you to reach your destination (such as a walkway through campus, entrance/exit area of a building, or elevator in a hallway) and there is no alternative route you can take, then we want to know.