Syllabus DL - Section 99405-1 (4).pdf

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However, it should be noted that these resources are not for making up for missed classes. Please see the following site for dates, time, and tutoring availability by campus and subject - Tips for Succeeding in this Course checkbld A good guide is planning to study 4 hours for each credit hour of the course. For a 3 credit hour course you will need a minimum of 12 hours (4 X 3) of self-study time each week. This means an additional 12 hours of study time in addition to the time requirements for completing assigned work. checkbld Practice and repetition are the best way to ensure your mastery of the material. checkbld Keep practicing until you get a 90% or higher on your Homework Assignments, Chapter Quizzes, Chapter Tests, Unit Exam Reviews, and Unit Exams. checkbld Use the Open Forum for the Week to ask any important questions and to discuss important concepts. checkbld Complete all Reading Assignments and View and Review all Chapter Lectures. checkbld Complete and Review all Online Classroom Activities.
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17 College Policies Academic Dishonesty Cheating will not be tolerated, in any form!!! Please be advised that punishment for academic dishonesty may result in an automatic “F” in the course, and may include suspension or expulsion from the College. Incomplete Grades – “I” An “I” grade may be awarded to a student when a small portion of the student’s work is incomplete (must complete at least 2/3 of coursework) and due to circumstances beyond the control of the student. An “I” grade must be removed before the end of the eighth week of the following term. Otherwise, it will be changed to an “F” grade on the student’s permanent record. “I” grades are used only for emergency situations and are not to be used as a means of avoiding poor grades. Request for Accommodations HCC is an equal access/equal opportunity institution that makes education-related decisions without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability or marital status or any other bias that is or may be prohibited by law. In addition, the college does not discriminate in our admission and treatment of students. The college provides equal educational opportunities to qualified individuals with disabilities and complies with and fully supports the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Any student whose disability Falls within the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and requires accommodations should contact the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities. The Brandon office is located in the Student Service Building Room 109. You may also reach the office by phone at (813) 253-7914. Requests for accommodations should be submitted to the instructor within the first two weeks of the course. Accommodations cannot be applied retroactively. Presenting a memo after the fact will not entitle you to redo work or retake exams with accommodations.
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