MyARC Faculty

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  • Check University email for notification of a scheduled test.
  • Log into MyARC to confirm test details and upload a copy of the test. If you prefer, hand deliver the exam to the Academic Resource Center in Leavey 335.
  • Contact the Academic Resource Center by phone (7-8354) or email ( if there are any changes to test protocol or content prior to test administration.

To View Accommodation Letters:

  1. Log into MyARC, using your GU NetID and password.
  2. Click the “Courses” link at the top of the page.  The list of courses you teach will be displayed.
  3. Select Accommodation Letters.
  4. If there are students with accommodations in one of your courses, their names will be listed under the course title.
  5. Select the student’s name and click “View Accommodations.”
  6. You will have the option to view the PDF of the letter.

To Confirm a Test:

  1. Log into MyARC at, using your GU NetID and password.
  2. Click the “Courses” link at the top of the page.  The list of courses you teach will be displayed.
  3. Click on “Tests and Exams.”
  4. Click “Confirm” on the right-hand side of the table for the exam you wish to approve. If you have already confirmed this exam, it will be noted in the column “Previously Confirmed.”
  5. Confirm the test details and use the online wizard to guide you through the process.  Make any necessary changes. Once everything is correct, click next.
  6. Review and confirm the list of students scheduled to take the exam in the Academic Resource Center and click next.
  7. Please enter your contact phone number or email. Click next.
  8. Confirm test details and upload the test or email it to Alternatively, deliver the test to the ARC (Leavey Center 335; M-F 9am-5pm) 24 hours in advance of the test date. 
  9. The completed exam(s) will be returned to the location you indicated on the electronic test reservation form within one business day. Alternatively, you can pick up the completed exam(s).

Note-Taking Accommodation Instructions:

The professor announces the need for a note-taker without identifying the student(s) requiring notes. After assessing the interested note-taker’s notes and ensuring they are representative of the class lecture/discussion, direct the student to the Academic Resource Center’s website ( to officially register as the note-taker. A $75 stipend is paid to the student note-taker for this service.

Note: There can only be one note-taker per course.