Courses: ADA Information

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities (Fall and Spring Semesters)

If you have been certified by the Disability Resource Center (DRC) as eligible for academic adjustments on exams or quizzes see the Information Sheet for exam and quiz procedures for your mathematics course.

In the event that you are waiting to be certified by the Disability Resource Center we encourage you to review our procedures prior to being certified.

For all in-class accommodations please see your instructors outside class hours – before or after class or during office hours – to share your Accommodation Memorandum for the current semester and discuss your accommodations as soon as possible.

Exam Accommodations

For students taking MA 13700, MA 13800, MA 13900, MA 15800, MA 15910, MA 16010, MA 16100, MA 16200, MA 16500, MA 16600, MA 26100 and MA 26200.

Students in these courses are eligible to take evening exams and finals the same night at approximately the same time using your accommodations with the Department of Mathematics.

  • While the Mathematics Exam Registration website will let you register before you receive your accommodation packet from the DRC, you will not receive any accommodations until you get the current semester's packet from the Disability Resource Center. The Mathematics Exam Registration website receives your accommodations the day after your packet receipt is recorded by the DRC.
  • The registration period lasts from 20 days before the exam until 7 days before the exam. Registration takes place using your career account on our Mathematics Exam Registration website 
  • Your exam check-in location will be e-mailed to your Purdue e-mail address 3 days prior to the exam.

If you need to take a makeup exam or have exam accommodations that allow you to take your exam at an alternate time you must register to take your exam with the DRC.

  • Request your exam online at http://www.purdue.edu/drctesting a minimum of 3 business days in advance.  This will start the registration process with the DRC Testing Center.
  • Your instructor or Course Coordinator will approve your request for a makeup through that system before the DRC Testing Center can administer the exam.

For students taking MA 26500, MA 26600

Midterm exams will be proctored by the DRC Testing Center

  • Request your exam online at http://www.purdue.edu/drctesting a minimum of 3 business days in advance.  This will start the registration process with the DRC Testing Center.
  • Your instructor will approve your request for a makeup through that system before the DRC Testing Center can administer the exam.

During finals week you will take your exam at approximately the same time with your accommodations with the Department of Mathematics.

  • The registration period lasts from 20 days before the exam until 7 days before the exam. Registration takes place using your career account on our Mathematics Exam Registration website
  • Your exam check-in location will be e-mailed to your Purdue e-mail address three days prior to the exam.

For students in all other Department of Mathematics courses

  • Talk with your instructor as soon as possible about your accommodation needs, including the fact that you’ll be taking your exams at the DRC Testing Center.
  • Request your exam online at http://www.purdue.edu/drctesting a minimum of 3 business days in advance.  This will start the registration process with the DRC Testing Center.

Quiz Accommodations

  • Students who want to take in-class quizzes with your accommodations can fill out a Quiz Form