The Downtown Accessibility office is called Testing and Accessibility Services. It is located on the 2nd floor of the UnionWest building. Students already approved for accommodations through Student Accessibility Services (SAS) will have the same approved accommodations at the Downtown campus. The accommodation processes are the same with some changes to the Testing Center rules. Please review the changes in the Downtown Testing Center Rules.
For more information about the various offices at the downtown campus, review the UCF Downtown Student Affairs website.
Students registered with SAS must be approved for testing accommodations and must submit an accommodation request before booking a test. Students must book or modify a test request at least 5 business days prior to the date of the exam.
If you modify your exam request less than 5 business days before your exam, the request will be considered late and will have to be approved by the testing staff.
Students must receive permission from their professor to test at a date or time other than when the class is testing. This includes early start times. For example, if a student has back to back classes and needs to start early to allow for the accommodation of extra time, the student must communicate with the professor and receive permission for a different start time than the class. SAS will verify different start times with the professor prior to the start of the exam.
When submitting a test request, please be sure to select the appropriate accommodation that you will need specifically for that exam/quiz. SAS encourages students to book all tests at the start of each semester.
See below a list of step by step “How To’s”
- How to Submit an Exam Request (PDF)
- How to View Upcoming Exams for the Current Term in Knights Access (PDF)
- How to Submit a Late Exam Request (PDF)
Please contact DTCtestingCenter@valenciacollege.edu with any inquiries that you may have.
UCF Placement, Graduate Records Examinations (GRE), and Professional Exam Accommodation Requests
UCF students with disabilities seeking accommodations for University Testing Center (UTC) tests, Graduate Record Exams (GRE), or any other professional exam, may have different requirements for approval. For more information on these exams, please visit:
UCF faculty teaching courses at the Downtown Campus will follow the same accommodation processes as main campus with one change to the Exam Request Process.
Downtown Testing and Accessibility Services will be using a NEW platform, RegisterBlast, to allow faculty to submit exams and quizzes. Please review the instructions below on how to navigate the RegisterBlast software.
UCF Faculty can log in to RegisterBlast using this link: UCF Faculty RB log in
Testing and Accessibility Services is located on the 2nd floor of UnionWest, Suite 210
Accessibility Office Hours & Contact
FALL 2021: Mon-Thurs: 8am - 5pm
Testing Center Hours & Contact
FALL 2021: OPEN by appointment for scheduled tests.