Last Updated: March 30, 2020
Academic Guidelines for Remote Learning
Students, please take the time to review the Student Academic Guidelines for Remote Learning. It provides key policy reminders and guidelines for academic engagement in the remote learning format. It is a living document and will be updated as needed. All students are required to be aware of these guidelines and policies.
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Loaner Devices and ITS Assistance
If you do not have any access to a computer (laptop, desktop or Chromebook) from your off-campus location, please complete the student Chromebook/laptop request form. If you have a demonstrated need for a loaner device, please contact the ITS Service Desk at 740-587-6395 or email email@example.com as soon as possible.
Course Drop Deadline
- To drop a course before the April 10 deadline, students should email firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the course that they want to drop. If the student has consulted with the instructor and advisor and the Registrar has a record of it, the drop will be processed immediately. Otherwise, the Registrar will inform both the faculty and the advisor of the drop request and wait until the next business day before processing the drop.
- Petitions to drop courses after the April 10 deadline should be directed via email to email@example.com. The Registrar will provide further information on the process for petitions to late drop.
- There is no limit to the number of courses a student may take on the S/U basis during spring semester 2020.
- Courses taken on the S/U basis in spring 2020 are eligible to fulfill General Education requirements and requirements in the major, minor, or concentration.
- Courses graded on an S/U basis result in a Satisfactory (S) mark on the transcript if the grade reported is D- or above. Students will receive an Unsatisfactory (U) mark if the grade reported is below a D- (i.e., equivalent of an F).
- Grades of Satisfactory (S) and Unsatisfactory (U) do not affect the student’s grade point average. The grade of Unsatisfactory (U) will result in no credits being awarded for the course.
- All spring 2020 courses in all academic programs may be taken on the S/U basis. Individual faculty and individual academic departments/programs may not make exceptions to this policy.
- Students must indicate their intention to take a course on the S/U basis. This indication must be made to the Registrar via a digital form made available to students and customized for the spring 2020 semester.
- Current juniors, sophomores, and first-year students will have until 4:30 pm on Wednesday, May 27, to indicate that they will take a course on the S/U basis. Current seniors will have until 4:30 pm on Thursday, May 14, to indicate that they will take a course on the S/U basis.
- All students may rescind a prior decision to take a class on the S/U basis and instead have a letter grade as the final grade in a course. Current juniors, sophomores, and first-year students will have until 4:30 pm on Wednesday, May, 27, to withdraw a prior application to take a class on the S/U basis. Current seniors will have until 4:30 pm on Thursday, May 14, to indicate that they will withdraw a prior application to take a course on the S/U basis.
- The Registrar will be in communication with students providing instructions and a form by which to change a course to S/U grading. Students may also opt in to S/U grading by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and indicating the course(s) they would like to take S/U.
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