Fundamentals of Program Evaluation
missed live session to receive partial credit for participation. It is the policy of this course not to allow students to
attend other sections if there is a schedule conflict; instead, students must listen to the recording and email the
summary to the session leader.
Late Work & Make-Up Assignments
Under extenuating circumstances, a student may ask the instructor for extended time to complete the
assignment. It is the instructor’s choice to grant an extension or not. No late assignments will be accepted
without advance permission. Again, this policy is only used in extreme circumstances. Every day that an
assignment is late will result in 5% reduction in the grade, up to three days, at which time the student will
receive 0 credit for the assignment.
Make-up Exams and Incomplete Grades
Any student who experiences significant family or personal illness or emergency after the final withdrawal date
and is unable to complete course work should ask the instructor for an incomplete for the course. Each case will
be managed on an individual basis. The Incomplete Policy must be followed as outlined in the GWSPH
Graduate Student Handbook.
University Policy on Religious Holidays
Students should notify faculty during the first week of the semester of their intention to be absent from
class on their day(s) of religious observance.
Faculty should extend to these students the courtesy of absence without penalty on such occasions,
including permission to make up examinations.
Faculty who intend to observe a religious holiday should arrange at the beginning of the semester to
reschedule missed classes or to make other provisions for their course-related activities.
All Milken Institute School of Public Health Students are required to complete an on online activity regarding
academic integrity. The GW Academic Integrity Activity must be completed within 2 weeks of starting your
coursework at Milken Institute School of Public Health. See more at: