The student is responsible for purchasing the required textbooks and on-line components before the first day of class.
Each student is responsible for completing all reading, written, and oral assignments made by the faculty.
7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. A master class schedule is posted outside the classroom and will indicate the day and time as well as the course.
A syllabus with course description, course goals, objectives, and class sequence will be given at the beginning of each course. It will include the methods of evaluation, grading and the type of written or oral assignments that will be given.
Written examinations are given during a course at the discretion of the instructor. The student is responsible to make up any missed exams on the next didactic day.
Tutoring and Remedial Work
If a student is having problems with any part of any course, the student should contact the appropriate instructor or Program Director for tutoring or additional work.
The student must submit a request and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) documentation at the beginning of the program if he/she desires to have any deviation from standard testing procedures.