Test Facilitation 

Examples of test facilitation include:  proctoring of exams, use of scribes, exams in audio format, extended test time, enlargement of exams, exams in braille, use of readers, special lighting, use of word processor, or the need for a distraction-reduced environment.

Tests are given in the Assessment Center, room 2215.  Please remember that all testing requests need to be scheduled at least two (2) business days prior for regular exams,  and one (1) week in advance for final exams.  Testing schedules should be on your class syllabus, please make sure to plan ahead.​

You can now schedule your exams online by clicking here to access AIM

If you need assistance logging in or scheduling your exam from this site, you can get help from our office by calling 530-242-7790, emailing us at LSO email, or dropping by the Assistive Technology Training Center (room 2007) M-F 8-4:30.

Note Providing, Scribes, and Readers

Note providing arrangements can be made for students who have a disability, limiting their ability to take in-class notes. 
Scribes (writers) are provided to students requiring assistance in producing written material. Scribes write down material dictated by students for examinations. 
Reader services are provided for students who cannot access regular printed text. Readers are provided for examinations and textbook and reading assignments that are not readily available in an audio format.

Students with an accommodation to receive notes

To access your notes, click the following link:  NOTES

If you need assistance logging in or getting your notes from this site, you can get help from our office by calling 530-242-7790, email us at LSO email, or dropping by the Assistive Technology Training Center (room 2007) M-F 8-4:30.

Note Providers

To upload your notes, click the following link: Upl​​oa​d​​​

Note: If you do not have your login information, please come and see us in the PACE offices (room 2007) or give us a call at 530-242-7790.  You may also reach us by email at LSO email.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​