Evening midterm exam scheduling will be coordinated on a first-come, first-served basis as the foundation of assignment. However, when necessary, large core undergraduate course offerings with historical examination scheduling policies will be scheduled as priority when in direct conflict on request date and time. Classroom Scheduling will consult with appropriate associate deans for date and/or classroom priority when necessary.
Extended Time Requests
If you are requesting an evening midterm exam or evening midterm make-up exam longer than 2 hours for your course, approval from the departmental DEO and aean's office is required. Approval should be emailed to email@example.com prior to any scheduling request.
Non-Standardized Periods for Evening Exam Requests
If an evening exam period outside of the approved examination periods for evening exam times is requested, approval from the departmental DEO and Dean's Office is required. Approval should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to any scheduling request.
Evening Midterm Make-Up Exams
The makeup exam, if different, should be as equivalent as possible in content, difficulty, form, and time limits to the original. The standards for scoring and grading the make-up exam should be equivalent to those used with the original exam as well. Students taking evening midterm make-up exams should not be given a longer period of time to take the exam than was offered to students taking the originally scheduled evening midterm exam.
SDS Extended Time Exams
Extended time midterm exams for SDS students cannot be combined with midterm make-up examinations.
It is the department's responsibility to communicate any special needs or examination requirements, if they exist, via the special needs field in the MAUI Offerings Planner Exam Needs tool.