Request Support or Exam Scheduling using this form!
CEETE classroom experiences are unique! Part of their value comes from the services offered to instructors and students by the CEETE team. Please consider your students' needs and your preferences for room set up and other amenities like holding your exams in the same place your students are learning. Submit one form per course.
Here are some of our services!
Room set-up: Let us know if you require extra whiteboards or would like a specific configuration of whiteboards for your class (i.e., one mobile whiteboard by each table or whiteboards as room dividers).
Exam Support, including:
- Privacy dividers
- WiFi for student owned devices
- “Quiet” signage and traffic management (available in room 410 and 410A)
- Exam security software and support (Lanschool- available in room 410, 410A, 410C, and 410D)
- 17” laptops (available in room 410 and 410A)
Instructors are responsible for providing the materials, proctoring, administration, and time monitoring of all exams. Exams will be scheduled on a space-available, first-come-first-serve basis.
In-class Exams: In-class exams are assessments conducted during your scheduled class time. These include pencil and paper exams, student presentations, poster sessions, and computer-based exams. Support for in-class exams is available to all instructors currently teaching in CEETE classrooms.
Accommodated Exams: CEETE can support accommodations including extended time, private rooms, and individual or small group testing. Request forms for accommodated exams should be submitted as soon as an instructor is informed about a student’s accommodation needs.
Make-Up or Alternate Exams: Requests for make-up or alternate exams during normal business hours (7:30 AM to 6:00 PM) must work around our existing class schedule. Please submit an exam request form at least one week in advance of the desired exam date.
Computer-based Final Exams: Computer-based final exams may be requested during your course’s assigned final exam day and time. We recommend always having an analog back-up plan for if any portion of the technical experience fails for a student or all students.