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030 Addenda - Posted as of 2011-09-20

030 Addenda - Posted as of 2011-09-20 - Addendum to...

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Addendum to Institution Catalog Calendar Year 2011 2013 This Addendum is not intended to alter any section of the Catalog or prior Addenda that is not specifically addressed herein, and such sections shall remain in full force and effect until further notice. Page 1 of 9 Hesser College Effective 09/20/11 Course Descriptions SOCI125 Drugs and Drug Abuse in Society 3 Semester Credit Hours This course will familiarize students with the major categories of drugs in use in today’s society. Emphasis is placed on abused and illegal substances. Discussions will also include the ramifications of abusing legally prescribed drugs and drugs commonly found in everyday life such as nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. Prerequisite: None
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Addendum to Institution Catalog Calendar Year 2011 2013 This Addendum is not intended to alter any section of the Catalog or prior Addenda that is not specifically addressed herein, and such sections shall remain in full force and effect until further notice. Page 2 of 9 Hesser College Effective 09/19/11 Note: Due to a change in the federal regulations, the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) section is effective for courses that begin after July 1, 2011. Satisfactory Academic Progress Satisfactory academic progress (SAP) standards apply to all students at the Institution. Maximum Time Frame All students must complete their program of study in a period not exceeding 1.5 times (150%) the normal duration of the program as measured in credit hours attempted. For example, if a program requires successful completion of 60 credit hours, the student may not attempt more than 90 credit hours (1.5 × 60) in the completion of his/her program. In order to graduate, a student must successfully complete 100% of the required courses and attain a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 within the maximum time frame. Required Evaluation Schedule All students will be evaluated for satisfactory academic progress at the end of every payment period. All credit hours attempted a nd earned in a student’s program are counted in the evaluation of SAP. The following credits are counted as credits attempted and earned and will count towards the maximum timeframe and pace of completion, but are not counted in the CGPA: Academic Credit (AC), CLEP Credit (CC), Experiential Credit (EC), and Transfer Credit (TC). Audit courses (AU) have no credits attempted or earned and do not count in maximum timeframe, pace of completion or CGPA. Incomplete grades (I) will count as credits attempted but not earned until the final grade has been posted. Satisfactory (S) and Unsatisfactory (U) grades will count as credits attempted and earned and will count towards maximum timeframe, but not count towards pace of completion or CGPA. Repeated courses (**) and Withdrawals (W) grades count as credits attempted but not earned, and count towards maximum timeframe and pace of completion, but do not count towards CGPA. The final grade received on the last repeat of a course is used in the CGPA calculation.
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