Eftekhari_CIS-21JA-61Y_Spring2018.pdf

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and procedures set forth in the Nursing Student Handbook and/or Standards of Student Conduct (see college catalog). Final Exam and Other Important Dates Source for these dates: http://www.deanza.fhda.edu/calendar/ Source for final exams: http://www.deanza.edu/calendar/finalexams.html Final exam for this course 6 /2 5 /2018 at 8 : 30 pm Last day to add quarter length classes Saturday, April 21 Last day to drop for a refund (out of state and foreign students) Sunday, April 22 Last day to drop for a refund (resident students) Sunday, April 22 Last day to drop a class with no record of grade Friday, April 22 Last day to request a class be changed to Pass/No Pass Friday, May 4 Last day to drop with a “W”Friday, June 1 Class policies / Cell Phones PLEASE be respectful of other students. During class, all electronic devices must be OFF (not vibrate mode). If your phone, pager, or any other electronic device goes off during an exam, even on vibrate mode, your exam must be turned in immediately and you may receive a 0 for the exam. Disrespectful behavior (which includes, but is not limited to, noise from electronic devices) may result in you being asked to leave the class,and/or being dropped from the class, and/or being reported to the Dean, any of which could result in an F for the course. Video or audio taping of this class is not allowed. (California makes it a crime to record or eavesdrop on any confidential communication, including conversations in a classroom without the consent of all parties to the conversation.) http://www.dmlp.org/legal-guide/california-recording-law Laptops or other similar devices are not to be used during class for any purpose except reading slides we are working from or taking class notes (at all times during class).
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