Test Center Proctor
This position requires the utmost confidentiality and responsibility. Test Proctors will oversee individuals testing in the testing center and will ensure the integrity of the testing process by allowing approved accommodations only. Student will log tests in and out and ensure secure delivery to Disabilities Specialist and/or faculty members. Test Proctors to report to Disabilities Specialist.
Disabilities Services Assistant
This student will assist the disabilities specialist in tasks including but not limited to:
- Coordination of Disabilities Awareness Week Events
- Research on Disabilities
- Research Technology to aide individuals with disabilities
- Assist with scanning texts for alternative format
- Assist with supervision and coordination of note takers
- Assist with test proctoring staff training and coordination of schedule
- Support with online social networks and delivering information regarding upcoming events
This position requires the utmost confidentiality and responsibility. Disabilities Services Assistant will report to Disabilities Specialist - Danielle Ward.
Peer tutors are students who have excelled in particular courses and who have been recommended by a faculty member. Peer tutors usually work 1-4 hours a week. Tutors are required to have a formal interview and attend paid training sessions before beginning tutoring. This is not a work-study position, so there is no limit of hours. Contact Liz Graham for information.
Office workers must be work-study qualified. Their particular duties include those of any office position including typing, filing, answering the phone and other reception duties. Office workers work according to their particular class schedule. Contact Liz Graham for information.