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WEDNESDAY, 11:59 PM CT WILL RECIEVE A LATE FEE PENTALTY. Please do not email me your assignment; all tasks need to be submitted within the classroom. If you have questions or concerns feel free to contact me . To aid you in receiving the most available points follow the rubric. The rubric can be found on the bottom of each task. All papers need to be done in the correct Microsoft application. For example if you have a paper it should be completed in Microsoft Word not Word Perfect. Be careful when submitting tasks in the classroom. Make sure that you are choosing the correct phase and task type. GRADING A (exemplary competency) – the student will have mastered the terms and concepts presented. They exceeded the task requirements. B (Accomplished competency) – the student has mastered the terms and concepts presented in the task. They meet the task requirement. C (Developing competency) – the student has an understanding of the terms and concepts presented in the task. They minimally meet the task requirements. D (Beginning to meet competency) – the student has a basic understanding of the terms and concepts presented. They do not meet the task requirements. F (Failure to meet competency ) – the student has not understood the terms and concepts presented. They do not meet the task requirements. LATE POLICY Colorado Technical University Late Submissions of Assignments by Students Academic Policy Effective with Course Sessions Starting October 2015 A key characteristic of successful working professionals is the ability to meet project and assignment deadlines. Colorado Technical University (CTU) fosters and supports this responsibility, as each student is expected to submit the course assignments on or before the relevant due dates. A student may experience certain life events and other pressing commitments that result in the submission of late work. In all instances, CTU encourages the student to work closely with his/her faculty member to meet the course requirements while balancing professional and personal obligations.
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