O Academic 1 Course Offerings All course offerings will be in accordance with

O academic 1 course offerings all course offerings

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O. Academic 1. Course Offerings – All course offerings will be in accordance with the Provost and Associate Provost for Academic Services. 2. Course Credits a. If the “crisis” comes between semesters, suspend the beginning of classes and readjust the calendar to begin when safe conditions prevail. b. If the “crisis” comes during the first 12 days of a long term or first 4 days of a summer term, suspend classes and readjust the calendar to begin when safe conditions prevail. At the time that classes begin again, allow time for a full semester (70 days). c. If the “crisis” comes later in the semester so that only 12 days for a long term (or 4 days for a summer term) are lost at the end, declare it a “full semester” with credit assigned based on the work completed. d. If the “crisis” comes any time in the long term between the first/last 12 days (or the first/last 4 days of a summer term), suspend classes until safe conditions prevail. Readjust the calendar to begin again when classes resume. This will effectively be a “time out” with course content resuming when classes resume. 3. Grades – Options to Consider a. If the student has begun a course and classes are suspended, and the student returns when classes resume, the grade will be assigned at completion. b. If the student has begun a course and classes are suspended, and the student chooses not to return, grade options for NG or W will be decided by the Dean in the College providing the course. c. If the semester must be terminated near the end of classes but before the last/final exams are given, grades may be affected. If this is a catastrophic situation, it may be appropriate for all grades for that semester be reported only as pass/fail rather than letter grades.
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4. Refunds If classes have begun and are completed at a later time, no refund is given. 5. Communication a. Official course and semester calendar information will be provided on the PVAMU web page, by email or any technology that students frequently use (text messages, etc.) For additional information, students will be directed to the Web to PVAMU home page. b. All staff and faculty will direct students (and parents and others) to messages on the Web on the PVAMU home page. c. Specific messages concerning any classes will be posted on the University Web pages. P. Recovery/Resumption of Normal Operations Emergency operating procedures for pandemic emergency conditions listed in this plan will cease when the campus returns to a Preparedness Phase or as recommended by federal, state, and/or local recommendations. Campus personnel will be notified by various means such as radio, television or university web page. VIII. Organization and Responsibilities A. General The departments listed within this section are the departments in which others are dependent on. Departments not referenced in this section are still essential for an influenza response. More detailed information is retained in individual departmental business continuity plans.
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