Incomplete grades will be granted only for dire medical or personal emergencies

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Incomplete grades will be granted only for dire medical or personal emergencies and only if your work up to that point is satisfactory up to that point. Medical Exceptions Graded assignments will only be allowed to be turned in late for credit if you have a signed document from a licensed physician for medical reasons. The document must include the time period that you were not able to do the school work. Please do not include the medical reason in the document. Also, I must receive the document within a week after your recovery. That is, within a week after the last day that is noted on the document you submit. If it is not submitted within that week then you will not get the opportunity to complete the work missed. Please do not ask me to consider giving you credit for a late assignment without a medical reason. Please. Disability Access (Disability Programs & Resource Center, DPRC) 4
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ISYS 263 – Introduction to Information Systems Course Syllabus – Fall 2018 Students with disabilities who need reasonable accommodations are encouraged to contact the instructor. The Disability Programs and Resource Center (DPRC) is available to facilitate the reasonable accommodations process. The DPRC is located in the Student Service Building (SSB 110) and can be reached by telephone (voice/415-338-2472, video phone/415-335-7210) or by email ([email protected]). You will need to provide the instructor a letter from DPRC stating your recommended accommodation needs. More information can be found at . Quizzes and finals can be taken at proctored DPRC facilities, but require advanced scheduling. Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI.) SF State, along with the California State University system (CSU), is committed to creating a culture of access for an inclusive learning and working environment that ensures all campus information resources and technologies are fully accessible to persons with disabilities. This commitment has been codified at the system wide level resulting in the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI.) Student Disclosures of Sexual Violence SF State fosters a campus free of sexual violence including sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and/or any form of sex or gender discrimination. If you disclose a personal experience as an SF State student, the course instructor is required to notify the Title IX Coordinator by completing the report form available at , emailing [email protected] or calling 338-2032. To disclose any such violence confidentially, contact: The SAFE Place - (415) 338-2208; ; Counseling and Psychological Services Center - (415) 338-2208; For more information on your rights and available resources: I reserve the right to change any of these policies as necessary during the semester and will inform you of any changes. 5
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