To ensure the best faculty advising and support possible, here are some links to important information and resources from academic advising, the provost and the course catalog.
Faculty Advisor Training Day, Aug. 2018: Access reference materials from the presentations about advising diverse student populations and international students, promoting students’ health and well-being, supporting students with documented disabilities, and navigating the nuts and bolts of getting students registered for classes.
Advising Library: Additional resources related to working with students in classes, supporting students academically and non-academically, and guiding students through the twists and turns of college life.
Important Academic Policies: A memo articulating policies concerning academic honesty, class attendance, progress reports, course expulsion, course withdrawal, final exams, grace/reading periods, incompletes, grades, and other areas of faculty and student concerns related to the conduct of courses
Final Exams, Incompletes, and Grades: A delineation of policies concerning the navigation of coursework completion at the end of the semester
Final exam adjustments during finals week are only made for extenuating circumstances (such as significant health issues or family death). Students should consult impacted faculty and the Deans immediately if such issues arise. Note that travel or work do not constitute extenuating circumstances for final exam adjustments.
The semester officially ends at 4:30 p.m. on the last day of final exam week. No work may be expected or submitted after that time UNLESS there are extenuating circumstances (such as significant health issues or family death) and incompletes have been formally requested and granted. Students should consult impacted faculty and the Deans immediately if such issues arise.