THRIVE syllabus for first-year students August 2016.docx

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A second absence raises concerns about a student’s ability to get the full benefit of the course. If there is a third absence, the student must meet with the facilitator to discuss ways that the student can continue in the course and complete THRIVE successfully. Students who are absent more than three times will earn no PE credit and will not have met their Wellness Requirement. NOTE: make sure to bring your OneCard to every Monday presentation. We will use your OneCard to take attendance.
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Access Bryn Mawr College is committed to providing equal access to students with a documented disability. Students needing academic accommodations for a disability must first register with Access Services. Students can call 610-526-7516 to make an appointment with the Coordinator of Access Services, Deb Alder, or email her at [email protected] to begin this confidential process. Once registered, students should schedule an appointment with the professor as early in the semester as possible to share the verification form and make appropriate arrangements. Please note that accommodations are not retroactive and require advance notice to implement. More information can be obtained at the Access Services website. ( ) Honor Code Students are expected to practice the tenets of the Honor Code in all aspects of this course. THRIVE and Moodle Students will have access to the THRIVE Moodle page once they have successfully enrolled in the course on BiONiC. Through the Moodle page, students will be able to find online copies of assignments, the syllabus, participate in activities and contribute to their overall participation in the course. Any announcements or important information regarding the THRIVE Seminar will be announced through Moodle by the Wellness Coordinator, Tonja Nixon, and so consistent checking of the Moodle page is very important. Changes to your individual cohort sessions may be announced by your facilitator in their preferred means of communication (email, in class, Moodle, etc.).
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  • Spring '14
  • Bower,Carol
  • Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr

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