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Conviction of a second Honor Board offense typically results in expulsion from the university. 2. CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE: When you come to class, turn off your cell phones! If your phone rings/vibrates during class, you will be asked to leave. You may not use any electronic devices during class, including (but not limited to) laptop computers and iPods. I further expect that you will show respect to your classmates and to me by refraining from distracting behaviors (example: talking, sleeping, test messaging, listening to music, etc.). Also, you must come to class on time and you may not leave early. 3. EXAMINATIONS: All exams will take place as scheduled on the syllabus. No early exams or make-up exams will be given. You must come on time for all exams. Furthermore, all examinations will cover information lectures and assigned readings. There are some important topics that the textbook doesn’t discuss. For those topics, the information presented in lectures will be the primary basis for exam questions. Similarly, some topics are covered quite well by the textbook and we won’t spend much time on them in class. Again, these topics are “fair game” for exam questions. All 4 exams must be taken. 4. COURSE ACCOMMODATIONS: To request accommodations for a disability, please contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS) at (504) 862-8433. If you have already registered
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  • Fall '11
  • GaleNquin
  • Academia, Academic dishonesty

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