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Students found to be cheating during an exam (using a “cheat sheet”, looking at another’s paper, or allowing another to look at yours), will receive a zero for that test with no opportunity to drop or replace that score. A second episode of cheating will result in a grade of F for the course and may also result in initiation of university disciplinary action.
4 POSTING OF EXAM GRADES I will post Exam grades on BlackBoard by Student ID Number, as soon as possible, following the exam. Select ‘Tools’ à ‘My Grades’. I will update the iClicker/REEF grades after each unit*. The scantron answer key will be posted on blackboard**. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES If you have a physical or mental impairment that may interfere with your ability to complete the requirements for this course successfully, you are invited to contact Educational Accessibility Services (1600 David Adamany Library; 577-1851) to discuss appropriate accommodations on a confidential basis. RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY CONFLICTS If you have a conflict with any of the scheduled class or exam times due to religious reasons, you must notify me in writing by class time or as soon as possible. Any student unable to take a final exam at the scheduled time due to religious convictions shall petition the instructor in advance of the final exam to arrange an alternate time. You must notify me of any such conflict by Oct. 1 st ADD/DROP POLICY See academic calendar for dates pertaining to add/drop class at: Also see for student help related to registering, dropping/withdrawing, transcript requests, tuition and fees, calendars and deadlines, etc. UNEXPECTED UNIVERSITY CLOSURES. If the University is officially closed on an exam day, the exam will be held on the next regularly scheduled class day. Closure of the University is announced by the following: 1. the University Newsline (313) 577-5345 * 2. WSU Homepage ( ) * 3. WSU Pipeline ( ) * 4. WDET-FM (Public Radio 101.9) 5. by other local radio and television stations * Note: The information on closures and class cancellations is likely to be found at these locations before it is broadcast by local radio and television stations *Note: Extension centers are part of Wayne State University. If the university closes than the extension centers close. For Harper Woods, classes maintain their regular schedule even if the center is closed (i.e., Harper Woods High Scholl may close for the day, but the center is still open in WSU is not closed). OTHER Please turn all cell phones off during class and during exams (unless otherwise instructed, e.g., for REEF polling). Any specific issue not covered by this syllabus will be resolved using University policies. Disputes that cannot be resolved following the guidelines present in this syllabus will be resolved by following the guidelines of the University “Student Due Process”.
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