"The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is dedicated to helping students achieve their academic goals by providing
accommodations, assisting in mediation between students and faculty and providing student focus workshops
on topics such as time management and study skills. We also provide training to faculty and staff on topics related to
working with students with disabilities, Universal Design and Disability as Identity."
The SDRC will continue to provide services for assistive technology support, student accommodation support, faculty support, and other services. We will have limited ability to proctor in-person exams and this can be arranged on a case-by-case basis. Faculty who are interested in how to ensure accommodations are made using the new online platforms can call or email for assistance. Meeting or training requests that can be filled by phone or Zoom will be accepted but no in-person meetings, training, or events will be held for the remainder of the Spring semester.
All students who have had after hours swipe access to the SDRC will no longer be able to access the build effective 5 pm Friday, March 13th.
The SDRC will be updating our webpage to reflect this information and will continue to update the webpage as more information becomes available. If things resolve before the end of the term we will return to campus and resume regular business hours.
Below you will find information and resources for each of the schools and the course delivery platforms that will be utilized;
Mudd students will be utilizing Google Meet which provides for real-time captioning.
For any support questions please contact the HelpDesk at 909.607.7777 or Email HMC IT.
Zoom Video Conferencing (Zoom Enterprise/Pro) is now available to all Scripps faculty, staff, and students.
Zoom is an online communication and collaboration tool accessible by the internet (computers, tablets, smartphones) and telephone, providing unlimited videoconferencing, web-conferencing, and audio-conferencing, all with a highly intuitive and easy to use user-interface.
Send your accommodation letters to your professors.
Initiate discussions with your professor about your exam accommodations.
Schedule your test at least three days in advance with the SDRC.
Arrive at the scheduled time to begin the test. If you are late, that amount of time will be deducted from your overall extended time. In some cases, this may need to be cleared with your professor.
Abide by policies related to academic integrity and academic misconduct as outlined in on the back of the request for proctoring sheet.
Be sure to have your student’s exam arrive at the SDRC at least one day in advance. You may also email it to email@example.com
Contact the SDRC by telephone (909) 607-7419 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to notify your student of changes to test content prior to or during tests.
Consider being available by telephone or e-mail during the test in case the student with the disability requires clarification on any aspect of the test. Please provide the best contact method to the student when completing the request for proctoring form.
Collaborate with faculty to ensure that all tests we proctor are administered in an environment respectful of the students’ needs and the academic integrity of the testing process.
Respond to all requests for clarification about our testing procedures within 24 business hours of receipt of the inquiry.
Ensure that all test materials are provided to students in an accessible format.
Protect the academic integrity of tests by:
Only accepting changes to test details in writing from faculty.
Providing secure proctoring services.
Reporting any suspicion of violations of the code of conduct to appropriate faculty.
Return completed tests to faculty, usually within 24 hours of completion, using one of the following options:
Email to faculty. Please note: Bluebook exams will not be emailed.
Faculty or a designated colleague may pick up tests from SDRC.
The SDRC provides support in a remote or social distancing environment. Please join us for Zoom sessions on the following topics: Q and A with the SDRC Director; online learning tips and tricks; de-stressing and coping skills;
organization skills; and social activities. Schedule: [NOTE – link per links on the page]
CGU and KGI Zoom Sessions – Wednesdays @ 5:00 pm PST
HMC Zoom Sessions – Thursdays at 10:00 am PST
CMC Zoom Sessions – Thursdays at 1:00 pm PST
PIT Zoom Sessions – Thursdays at 3:00 pm PST
POM Zoom Sessions – Fridays at 10:00 am PST
SCR Zoom Sessions – Fridays at 1:00 pm PST
Email the SDRC for questions or to schedule private Zoom appointments.
The SDRC has developed an Assistive Technology Loan Program aimed at helping you better succeed in your classes. We offer a variety of resources available to all 7cs. For more information about this great program or any training videos, please see one of the following.