Lynn Klingensmith The only exceptions to the faculty members reporting

Lynn klingensmith the only exceptions to the faculty

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University's Title IX Coordinator, Ms. Lynn Klingensmith. The only exceptions to the faculty member's reporting obligation are when incidents of sexual violence are communicated by a student during a classroom discussion, in a writing assignment for a class, or as part of a University-approved research project. Faculty members are obligated to report sexual violence or any other abuse of a student who was, or is, a child (a person under 18 years of age) when the abuse allegedly occurred to the person designated in the University protection of minors policy. Information regarding the reporting of sexual violence and the resources that are available to victims of sexual violence is set forth at the webpage for the Office of Social Equity at . 6
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Electronic mail Policy: It is expected that faculty, staff, and students activate and maintain regular access to University provided e-mail accounts. Official university communications, including those from your instructor, will be sent through your university e-mail account. You are responsible for accessing that mail to be sure to obtain official University communications. Failure to access will not exempt individuals from the responsibilities associated with this course. WCU Undergraduate Catalog. In particular, please note that the “responsibility for meeting academic requirements rests with the student,” that this policy does All students are encouraged to sign up for the University’s free WCU ALERT service, which delivers official WCU emergency text messages directly to your For more information, visit . To report an Unless otherwise stated, The instructor reserves the right to make changes to the syllabus as deemed necessary. Some lessons might be posted on my Youtube channel for your viewing. You will be required to view those sessions and you will be responsible for the information in those lectures 7 Due Dates Chapter Topic 2/1 1 Intro and Recording Process 2/11 2 Recording Process 2/18 3 Adjusting the Accounts 2/28 4 Completing the Accounting Cycle 3/6 T1 Test 1 Chapter 1 to 4 3/14 5 Accounting for Merchandise 3/21 6 Inventories 3/28 7 Fraud, Internal Controls, & Cash 4/4 8 Accounting for Receivables 4/11 T2 Test 2 Chapters 5-8 4/18 9 Plant Assets, Natural Resources,& Intangibles 4/25 10 Liabilities 5/2 11 Corporations: Organization, Stock Transactions, Dividends, & Retained Earnings
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