- Academic Writing Requirement
Attendance- Course Load
- Course Credit
- Repeating Courses
- Program Requirement Change
- Policy on Academic Integrity
- Evaluation of Student Achievement
- Academic Concessions
- Deferred Status
- Student Access to Final Examinations
- Undergraduate Supplemental Examinations
- Transcript of Academic Record
- Second Bachelor's Degrees
Students are expected to attend all classes in which they are enrolled. An academic unit may require a student to withdraw from a course if the student is registered in another course that occurs at the same time.
In some courses students may be assigned a final grade of N or debarred from writing final examinations if they have failed to satisfy a minimum attendance requirement set by an instructor for lectures, laboratories, online course discussions or learning activities, tutorials, or other learning activities set out in the course outline. Instructors in such courses must inform students in the course outline of any minimum attendance requirement and the circumstances under which they will be assigned a final grade of N or debarred from final examinations. Students who are absent, late or cannot attend an entire class because of illness, an accident or family affliction should report to their instructors as soon as possible. (For more information, refer to Academic Concessions.)
An instructor may refuse a student admission to a lecture, laboratory, online course discussion or learning activity, tutorial or other learning activity set out in the course outline because of lateness, misconduct, inattention or failure to meet the responsibilities of the course set out in the course outline. Students who neglect their academic work may be assigned a final grade of N or debarred from final examinations.
Students who do not attend classes must not assume that they have been dropped from a course by an academic unit or an instructor. Courses that are not formally dropped will be given a failing grade, students may be required to withdraw and will be required to pay the tuition fee for the course.
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