Requesting Services

De Anza College offers reasonable test accommodations to our registered Disability Support Services and Programs (DSPS) students with documented disabilities. New students must first register with De Anza Disability Support Services (DSS) and also meet with a DSS counselor to determine eligibility. Eligibility for accommodations is based upon the nature of the disability and the course curriculum. Please visit the DSS resource page for more information.

Due to COVID-19 and the college's direction towards a virtual campus we will not offer any face to face testing. We have asked your instructors to please be flexible and build extra time accommodations into their virtual/online quizzes, exams and finals.

Please refer to your accommodation letter to verify your accommodations. If there are any accommodations you need help accessing virtually, please contact dsstestproctor@fhda.edu for support. It is possible that your instructor is not yet aware of this new policy, if so, please let them know to contact us with any questions they may have.

If you are a student or Faculty who needs support or has questions regarding accommodations through Canvas, Zoom, etc., please email dsstestproctor@fhda.edu

Steps To Arrange Testing Accommodations

How to request your Testing accommodations through Clockwork

Students: After your DSS application and counseling intake appointment is complete, please use Clockwork to request your approved accommodations.

Clockwork is a complete scheduling and data management system for our Disability Support Programs and Services, streamlining via Myportal and simplifying processes for accommodation requests. You will use ClockWork to send your accommodation letter to your instructor(s) who will complete your request.

To access Clockwork, use the downloadable accommodations guide or follow these steps:

  1. Login to Myportal
  2. Select Apps
  3. Select ClockWork
  4. Select ClockWork DeAnza
  5. Select Accommodations Letter
  6. Choose the correct term. Click Request for the class you need the accommodations letter
  7. Select the Courses and Request Your Accommodations. Check all that apply. Indicate whether your accommodations are correct or need to be changed. (Use Optional Note section to clearly list the additional accommodations requested.)
  8. Agree to Terms and click Submit
  9. Download accommodation letter for each course by clicking Get Letter.

Talk with your Instructor

Discuss

  • Your accommodation needs
  • The test accommodation procedures

Your instructor will receive a letter notifying them of your authorized test accommodations. We have asked your instructors to please be flexible and build extra time accommodations into their virtual/online quizzes, exams and finals, you will not need to make an appointment through DSS.

Apply for DSS Request Info


Got Questions?

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Feel free to give us a call or send us an email. 

Michael Galindo

(408) 864-8927
galindomichael@fhda.edu

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