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3. Exam Tardy: o Online Proctored Exams: The Learning Management System will auto-submit an exam at the due date and time of the exam. For example, if an exam is due at 10 p.m and the student begins the exam at 9:47 p.m., the student will have only 13 minutes to complete their exam. If the student has not completed all questions at that time, the exam will be scored based on what has been completed and students will not be allowed to complete questions left unanswered. 5
4. Students will only be allowed one 20 percentage point penalty per course, whether it is the result of an unexcused absence or a late submission. Late Assignment Submission: The instructor will impose penalties for late work. Five percent will be deducted from the final grade of the assignment for each day the work is late . Work is considered “late” if it is received after the scheduled due date and time. Any late work must be submitted no later than 48 hours after the due date in order to receive a grade, otherwise you will receive a zero. Exception #1: If you become ill, have an accident, or a family emergency occurs and you do not believe you can complete an assignment on time, you should phone or email the instructor immediately - BEFORE the due date and time if possible. The instructor may postpone the deadline without penalty, depending on the circumstances. Documentation will be required. Exception #2: No late work is accepted for Module 5, as the course closes on the final Saturday night of the course. Exception #3: No late discussion postings will be accepted for grading. If you are late with your original post you may still get partial credit for responding to peers so long as you meet the deadline for response posts. This applies even if you have an excused absence. Grade Grievances: Any appeal of a grade in this course must follow the procedures as published in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation Undergraduate Student Handbook ( ). In an attempt to resolve a complaint, the student must first make a serious effort to resolve the matter with the individual with whom the grievance originated. Faculty of the course has the primary responsibility for assigning grades. Appeals of the official grade assigned to a student for a course will not, therefore, be considered at levels above the faculty unless a student offers evidence of: Differential treatment – examples might be providing benefits such as extra time for assignments to some but not all students in the class; excluding some students from attendance or other course requirements, OR Procedural irregularities – examples might be adding a new requirement that was not listed in the class syllabus; using criteria for grades not made available to the student ahead of time.

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