16 all rules are the same for all students so please

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16) ALL rules are the same for all students, so please do not ask for any special exceptions! 17) The three skills local employers state they most need from employees are a strong work ethic, the ability to read, write and speak effectively, and the ability to get along well with diverse others. As you can see from the course structure and expectations, you will get lots of practice in all these! 18) IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH THIS COURSE, SEE ME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. NOTE: The instructor reserves the right to change any information contained in this document, when necessary, with adequate notice given to the student. T he s t u d e nt is r e s p o n s ib l e for any and all information in blackboard, emails, and class, regardless of any missed information due to absence. Students requesting accommodations for disabilities must go through Student Accessibility Resources. For more information, please go to TRTR 38 17 A . Attendance Policy Regular and punctual class attendance is expected at Tarrant County College. Student absences will be recorded from the first day the class meets. In case of absence, it is the student's responsibility to contact the instructor. Students absent on official school business are entitled to make up coursework missed. In all other cases, the instructor will judge whether the student will be permitted to make up work and will decide on the time and nature of the makeup. However, the student is expressly responsible for any work missed regardless of the cause of the absence. The student must discuss such work with the instructor and should do so immediately on returning to school. Communication between the student and instructor is most important, and it is the student's responsibility to initiate such communication. If students do not appear at the prearranged time or meet the prescribed deadline for makeup work, they forfeit their rights for further makeup of that work. Students who stop attending class for any reason should contact the instructor and the Registrar‘s office to officially withdraw from the class. Failure to officially withdraw may result in a failing grade for the course. Class attendance and participation are essential to student success. Effective with the Spring 2012 term , the following attendance guidelines will apply: A student in an on-campus course missing a cumulative of 15 percent of the class meetings and not keeping up with the course assignments may be dropped at the discretion of the instructor . A student in an online course is required to successfully complete the online course orientation and
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actively participate in the course as described in the Instructor’s Course Requirements (ICRs). A student not meeting these requirements may be dropped at the discretion of the instructor .
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