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As a college student, you are considered a responsible adult. Your enrollment indicates acceptance of the DCCCD Code of Student Conduct published in the DCCCD Catalog at (Select Purpose) Religious Holidays Absences for observance of a religious holy day are excused. A student whose absence is excused to observe a religious holy day is allowed to contract with the instructor to take a make-up examination or complete an assignment within a reasonable time after the absence. Campus Emergency Operation Plan To help ensure your safety on campus, please watch the video on Keeping Safe in a Campus Emergency at Disclaimer Reserving Right to Change Syllabus NOTICE: The instructor reserves the right to amend this syllabus as necessary. Any and/or all information comprising this syllabus may at any time be altered, modified, changed, eliminated or added to at the discretion of the professor with no further notice. However, if such a change is made a new, revised copy of this syllabus will be sent to every student registered for the class, who is presently (at the time of the change of the
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syllabus) a student in good standing and who has provided a valid and working email address which is registered and on file with the Eastfield College eCampus system. Neither the professor of this course nor Eastfield College is responsible for notification of students not meeting the above criteria Checking Your Grades Grade reports are no longer mailed to students. Students may acquire their grades online through eConnect at . Explaination of Course Examination Procedure 1. Late tests will not be accepted 2. Examinations may be taken anytime within the specified time frame noted to the student through emails sent out at the time of each exam 3. Students will be given 60 minutes to complete any examination. Students taking longer than the allotted 60 minutes will be penalized by point reductions to grade they made on the exam. See the menu button entitled "Examinations" for a breakdown of the penalty points for over- running the 60 minute limit on any given exam. 1. Psychology 2301 is designed to be studied at a pace providing the most beneficial acquisition of material as possible 2. This pace is coordinated with the presentation of material as noted in the syllabus. 3. It is suggested that each set of materials known as "Learning Units"(designated by the required materials to be read/studied for each exam) be allotted a certain period of time for study/preparation. That time period will vary according to the semester (Fall, Spring, May-term or Summer) and/or whether the class is a full semester long or a shortened "flex-entry" class. The Learning Units will be divided evenly throughout the semester so that each will have the same amount of time for study and preparation before an examination is given covering that specific Learning Unit. Then the corresponding examination related to that specific Learning Unit should be taken before moving on to the next Learning Unit. 4. Examinations for each Learning Unit will be announced through either a notification by email or in the "Announcements" section on the course menu or both.
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