ClockWork Login & Overview

What is ClockWork?

ClockWork student web portal provides 24/7 online access 

ClockWork is a complete online scheduling and data management system designed to meet the specialized needs of Student Accessibility Services (SAS). 

ClockWork was designed to streamline and simplify SAS processes and provides 24/7 online access for both UNH students and faculty.

ClockWork web portals exist for UNH students and faculty use and require a UNH username and password for access.
ClockWork is housed under the University's secure network (HIPPA Compliant) to protect the integrity of the office and our students. 

Parents and other UNH departments may provide support or assistance to students in completing necessary fields once the student has logged in to the portal.

 

Please have your UNH username and password ready 

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What Can ClockWork Do?

  1. Visit the ClockWork Portal.
  2. After reading the information found on the SAS Student Registration Page please click on the Register button.
  3. Login to ClockWork using your UNH username and password.
  4. Complete each item on the Intake form as completely as possible.
  5. Documentation will need to be uploaded in an electronic format
  6. Agree to the "SAS Terms & Agreement" and click Submit.

        1. Login to Clockwork

  1. Click Accommodation Letter Request

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  1. Read the information and then click Accommodations

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  1. Choose the accommodations and the courses you want to send. You may also select check all or check none.

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  1. Select Option 1 to send your letters.

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  1. Agree to the terms and click Submit

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  1. The status should now say Sent. This will change to Approved once your instructor approves the letter. You may now click Get Letter to download a copy of your accommodation letter.

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Appointments may be made by phone:  603-862-2607, (Relay NH):  7-1-1 or 800-735-2694;  emailSAS.office@unh.edu ; or in person at 201 Smith Hall, Mon-Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

 

  1. Visit the ClockWork Registered Students Portal.

     

     

  2. Click on Schedule an Exam in Main Menu.

     

     

  3. After reading the information found on the SAS Student Exam Scheduling Page please click on Schedule a test, mid-term or quiz.

     

     

  4. Login to ClockWork using your UNH username and password.

     

     

  5. Follow the next six steps to provide information about the scheduled exam.

     

     

  6. Submit your request by clicking Confirm and Complete.

     

 

  1. Visit the ClockWork Registered Students Portal.

     

     

  2. Click on My Course Notes in Main Menu.

     

     

  3. After reading the information found on the SAS Course Notes Page please click on Courses/Notes.

     

     

  4. Login to ClockWork using your UNH username and password.

     

     

  5. Select from your list of courses and click Change this to 'Yes' (I require a Notetaker).

     

     

  6. Choose from any available Notetakers under the 'My Notetaker Availability' tab.

     

     

  7. If provided, click on 'Notes' found under the My lecture notes tab to view sample notes provided by available Notetakers.

     

     

  8. SAS will email your classmates and instructor(s) to inform them about the available Notetaker opportunity.

     

 

  1. Visit the ClockWork Registered Students Portal.

     

     

  2. Click on Become a Notetaker for SAS in Main Menu.

     

     

  3. After reading the information found on the SAS Notetakers Website please click on Courses/Notes.

     

     

  4. Update and confirm your information in your profile.

     

     

  5. Agree to the terms and conditions that Notetakers are responsible and held accountable for.  **Stipends will not be issued if these terms are broken at any point during the semester**

     

     

  6. Select the course(s) you are available to be a Notetaker for.

     

     

  7. Upload a sample notes that can be viewed by the students requesting this accommodation.