Receiving and Acknowledging Student Accommodations Online

Important Notes

Reviewing and Acknowledging Accommodations

The following option for accommodation review is recommended if you are instructing multiple courses, as you will be able to see all courses at once:

  1. Go to the SAS website and select “Instructor Log In”.
  2. Log in with your McMaster ID and password.
  3. On the “Instructor Information” page, select “Accommodation Letters”.
    • A list will appear of all student in all courses assigned to you.
    • This list includes repeated names of students who may be enrolled in multiple courses taught by you.
    • You can filter by course, student name, and date.
  4. Select “View Letter”.
  5. Select “Review PDF Letter” to download and view the letter to read.
  6. Select “Acknowledge” under “Step 2”.
  7. Submit.
    • Upon submission, an auto generated email will be sent to the student inviting them to communicate with you directly regarding the details and implementation of their accommodations.
    • After submission, you will be able to see the date it was confirmed.

The following option for accommodation review shows you all accommodations for a specific course:

  1. Go to the SAS website and select “Instructor Log In”.
  2. Log in with your McMaster ID and password.
  3. On the “Instructor Information” page, select “Courses”.
    • A list of courses will appear in the form of a table.
    • Select the appropriate course.
  4. Select “Accommodation Letters”.
    • A list of students that have requested accommodations for that course will appear.
  5. Select the student.
  6. Select “View Letter”.
  7. Select “Review PDF Letter” to download and view the letter to read.
  8. Select “Acknowledge” under “Step 2”.
  9. Submit.
    • Upon submission, an auto generated email will be sent to the student inviting them to communicate with you directly regarding the details and implementation of their accommodations.
    • After submission, you will be able to see the date it was confirmed.

Last Updated: November 5 2019