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Incomplete : In extraordinary circumstances, students may petition for an incomplete. The student must petition for and be awarded an incomplete prior to reaching 13 absences. Incompletes will not be awarded unless 75% of the course work has already been completed by the student. Students who are awarded an incomplete will be required to make up all missed class hours and course work prior to being awarded a final grade for the course. RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY POLICY In the case of a religious observance, it is the responsibility of the student to speak with his or her instructor in advance in order to make the necessary class arrangements. Special Concerns: Late Enrollment: Students may add and drop courses during the first week of classes through the online system. During weeks 2 and 3, students may add or drop a course with the permission of their advisor and Spanish course coordinator. Registration after the 3 rd week of classes is not permitted due to the nature of this language course. Students registering late will be required to make up all missed assignments and assessments. Disabilities: Students who have been certified by the Office of the Dean of Students-Disability Resource Center as eligible for academic adjustments must provide (or have provided by the DRC) a copy of their certification letter. Certification letters must be filed during the first week of classes or as soon as students receive their letters. Only students who have been certified by the ODOS-Disability Resource Center and who provide proof of their certification letters to their instructors are eligible for academic adjustments. For more information, see: Student Conduct: Students are expected and required to abide by the laws of the state of Indiana and of the United States and the rules and regulations of Purdue University, to conduct themselves in accordance with accepted standards of social behavior , to respect the rights of others, and to refrain from any conduct that tends to obstruct the work of the University or to be injurious to the welfare of the University. A student who violates these general standards of conduct may be subject to informal actions (as defined in Section III-A-5). If the violation falls within one of the categories of conduct listed in Section III-B-2, the student may also be subject to disciplinary sanctions. No disciplinary sanction/decision may be imposed except for conduct covered by one of the categories listed in Section III-B-2. (For more information see: )
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