Disability Resource Center (DRC) staff members are
excited to partner with you to ensure equal access for UNF students with
disabilities. In anticipation of meeting needs of students, we offer the
following options to faculty members with students who require extended time
or distraction-reduced testing environments in the DRC. When a student is enrolled in your class and he/she wishes to test at the DRC,
the following process will take place:
The DRC is now utilizing an online portal, Clockwork, for
faculty to view exam appointments made by their registered DRC students and to
upload exam materials and instructions for testing. Faculty may also access the
accommodations letters of each of their students registered at the DRC through this
portal. You will also receive an email
reminder three (3) business days before the exam and another reminder the morning of the exam if the exam has not been submitted. Please go to myWings
(Faculty Tab>Faculty Tools>Clockwork) for access. To view tutorials for
online test submission in Clockwork as well as how to view the accommodation
letters of your students who are registered with us please see the resources
below. If you have questions regarding
ClockWork testing applications, please contact the DRC Testing Coordinator at
the DRC exams email account or by phone at (904) 620-2259.
In addition to online submission of exam materials,
faculty may still drop off exams in person to the DRC Testing Coordinator’s
Office. You will need to fill out an Exam Drop-off Form, available in our
office, with instructions regarding the exam/quiz. Please make sure your exams/tests are
delivered to our office 48 hours in advance of the scheduled test. The exams
can be hand delivered to the DRC (Building 57, Room 1500) or e-mailed to the DRC exams email account.
We sincerely appreciate your comments and suggestions on
this process. These suggestions can be emailed to the DRC Exams email account or
feel free to contact the DRC office at (904) 620-2769. *Please remember that we
will no longer be able to store completed tests in our office after one week.
The delivery options will remain the same i.e. scan and emailed, pick-up, etc. However,
if you choose to pick up the test, please do so within a week of the scheduled
test. All tests that have not been picked up within that week will be delivered
by campus mail to a designee in your respective college dean’s office.
Methods of Exam
1. You may submit the exam through the
Faculty link for Clockwork. (Faculty
may include the exam in an e-mail as an attachment (Word or PDF scanned Format) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. You may bring the exam to the DRC
office. (Building 57 Room 1500)
Methods of Exam Retrieval:
1. You may pick up your exam at the
2. You may request that the exam is scanned
and emailed back to you.
3. You may request that the exam be
delivered to you through campus mail.
4. You may
request that your student return it himself/herself to you.
myWings Link to access
Clockwork Faculty Homepage
(Faculty Tab>Faculty Tools>Clockwork)
Clockwork Exams Manual for
Faculty Link in Word Format Link Below
ClockWork Exams Manual for Faculty
Clockwork Instructor Portal
Video Tutorial Embedded Video
Suggested Syllabus Statement with Veterans
Students with Disabilities
disabilities who seek reasonable accommodations in the classroom or other
aspects of performing their coursework must first register with the UNF
Disability Resource Center (DRC) located in Building 57, Room 1500. DRC staff members work with
students to obtain required documentation of disability and to identify
appropriate accommodations as required by applicable disability laws including
the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). After receiving all necessary
documentation, the DRC staff determines whether a student qualifies for
services with the DRC and if so, the accommodations the student requires will
be provided. DRC staff then prepares a letter for the student to provide
faculty advising them of approved accommodations. For further information,
contact the DRC by phone (904) 620-2769, email (email@example.com), or visit the DRC website (http://www.unf.edu/drc/).
veteran students who return from combat exposure may be utilizing the post 9/11
GI bill to continue postsecondary education goals and may need both physical and academic
accommodations. Contact Ray Wikstrom, Director of Military and Veterans’
Resource Center by phone (904) 620-2655, email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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