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CLEP / ORP Testing

Request Services for Individuals with Disabilities

Following guidelines given by the State University of New York and based on the federal laws, Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act, and the Americans With Disabilities Act, Suffolk County Community College offers services and accommodations to individuals with documented disabilities.

Documentation of Disability

Individuals who request special services or accommodations must submit proof of their disability and supporting documentation from a physician, psychiatrist, or other appropriate healthcare provider, school or rehabilitation agency. Such documentation should include the following information:

  1. Diagnosis
  2. Nature of disability/limitations
  3. Expected duration of disability
  4. Statement of expected barriers/problems in a college environment
  5. Recommended accommodations and services

If documentation is given from a school district it should preferably be no older than three years, or the most recent that is available. Documentation should include a Psycho-Educational Evaluation and an Individual Educational Plan (IEP). In those cases where an IEP is submitted, please be aware that it must include testing modifications.

At the time the student applies for the CLEP test, disability documentation should be sent directly to the Office of Special Services. The office needs at least one month to review documentation.

Please write across the top of your documentation:

CLEP Individual (for CLEP testing only) or
ORP Individual (for Outside/Remote Proctoring)

Services Available (Depending on Documented Need)

  1. Alternate test-taking conditions and special seating arrangements
  2. Extended time for testing
  3. Use of a calculator
  4. ASL Interpreters for Deaf Individuals
  5. Reader

Send to:

Ammerman Campus Testing:

Office of Disability Services
Attn: CLEP Evaluation
Suffolk County Community College
Ammerman Building Room 202
533 College Rd
Selden, NY 11784

Phone: 631-451-4045
Fax: 631-451-4473

Grant Campus Testing:

Office of Disability Services
Attn: ORP Evaluation
Suffolk County Community College
Caumsett Hall Lower Level 20
Crooked Hill Road
Brentwood, NY 11717-1092

Phone: 631- 851-6355
Fax: 631-851-6330