The academic assistance areas that are provided for all online and off-campus students include:
The Office of Disability Services facilitates and coordinates accommodations and services for students with documented disabilities at Emporia State University. ESU has a long history of providing services for people with disabilities. We are committed to meeting the unique needs of our students. The office also promotes a successful transition to college and work, campus and community resource information, disability awareness, and voter registration information.
Students are encouraged to register with the office prior to enrolling in classes. Students can self-identify to the office by submitting documentation and making an appointment to address individual needs. Documentation requirements are unique to each disabling condition.
A new, easy-to-use literacy software called Read and Write Gold is now available. It is an innovative literacy support software program designed to support and improve reading, writing, research, and study skills for all individuals, including English language learners. Please visit http://www.emporia.edu/disabilityservices/readwrite.html? for more information.
The Office of Disability Services is located at Plumb Hall 106, Campus Box 4023. Contact the office for reference materials: (620)341-6637, (620)341-6640 (Fax) or email@example.com.
The William Allen White Library supports the academic, research, and service programs of ESU. To meet individual and Distance Education needs of university, community, and Kansas citizens, the library provides access to resources in print, multimedia, and electronic formats. Students also have access to the Kellogg Online Catalog and other online search tools. Contact Terri Summey (Coordinator for Library Services to Distance students) for further questions.
Laboratory & Tutoring Assistance (writing, reading, mathematics)
As a distance student, you have access to academic assistance through the Writing Center, mathematics lab, and the reading lab.
ESU Academic Support for Distance Students - The service will provide you with detailed and personalized academic assistance.
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Students are responsible for finding a qualified proctor to administer each exam. The proctor must be a teacher, professor, or administrator in a nearby secondary school, college, university, or testing center. In some instances, a professional employment supervisor may also serve as a proctor, with the instructor’s permission. For assistance finding a proctor, students can contact a guidance counselor, an academic advisor, the dean of students, or the registrar’s office of a nearby college, university, high school, or local testing center. The Consortium of College Testing Centers is an organization that has testing centers across the country and abroad that provide proctoring services to distance students near their homes. Emporia State University is a member of this consortium. Centers are located in 44 states and Canada. Any fees for proctoring at a specific site selected by the student are the student’s responsibility. Students submit their proctor information to the ESU Distance Education Office no later than a week before the campus exam.