Institutions utilizing this exception must have documented and validated

Institutions utilizing this exception must have

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Learning (CBL) section in the State Regents’ Academic Calendars policy. Institutions utilizing this exception must have documented and validated methods for students to demonstrate competencies, student assessment, and awarding academic credit as required by the CBL section. Click here to enter text. I. Admission, Retention, Assessment. Describe the standards used for online student admission, retention, and assessment. Standards shall be the same as those standards observed for the same courses or programs on the originating campus. Similarly, the applicable concurrent enrollment policies apply (see the State Regents’ Institutional Admission and Retention and Assessment policies). Click here to enter text. J. Student Services. Students shall have access to program guidance and academic support services, including admissions, enrollment, academic advisement, financial aid, and related services on the same basis as the students located on the main campus. Online programs must make these services available to students in electronic format using the working assumption that these students will not be physically present on campus. Click here to enter text.
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Page 11 of 11 Revised July 2019 K. Technical Support System. Students in electronic media off-campus courses or programs and faculty shall have access to appropriate technical support services. Describe the technical support system that is available for all hardware, software and delivery systems specified by the institution as required for the courses and program. Click here to enter text. L. Equipment and Software/Tools. Students must be informed in clear and understandable terms of the electronic or computer resources necessary for successful completion of the class, including, but not limited to, word processing and other productivity tools, e-mail, and Internet services. Click here to enter text.
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