H.E.L.P. Application Assessment Requirements

H.E.L.P. Program Preferred Assessments for Application

Intelligence Assessments (from within the past three years)

  • WISC-IV Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children
  • WAIS-IV Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
  • Stanford-Binet-V (full battery)

Achievement Assessments (from within the three years)

*preferably testing in all subtests of core academics, not just partial subtests

  • Woodcock Johnson Test of Cognitive Ability
  • Woodcock Johnson Test of Achievement
  • WAIT-IV Wechsler Individual Achievement Test

Other considerations

Marshall University policy

Please note that Marshall University policy requires that testing must be administered by a licensed psychologist and include:

  • Diagnosis
  • Recommendations for classroom accommodations (reports must recommend note-taking, extended time, private proctoring, scribes, etc.)
  • Medications student is taking (if any)
  • How this disability will affect students academically

Americans with Disabilities Act

According to The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 504 Plans and IEPs will not fulfill testing requirements. These are welcomed, however, to provide a more comprehensive view of the student.

Other Testing

>If you would like other testing to be considered, please email help@marshall.edu or call 304-696-6256.

Our Diagnostic services

To learn more about our diagnostic services or to schedule testing with our Licensed Psychologist, please email Cindy Clay at claycy@marshall.edu.

You can also visit our website for more information and pricing: https://www.marshall.edu/help/diagnostics/

H.E.L.P. Contact and Updates

Contact Us

Marshall University HELP Program
520 18th St.
Huntington, WV 25703

What’s New

For more information:

I would like more information about the following area(s):(Required)