Your success in this class is very important to me. I
make myself available to you anytime you feel the need. I do
mind calls at home. A schedule of my classes as well as my
office hours is posted on my office door. NB-227.
There is to be absolutely no food or
drink around the
If you have food or drink you can't leave in your bag, find a
near the doors where it will not endanger any equipment.
a table or cabinet is designated.
Do not “personalize” any computers and do not bring any software from outside the class to load on CFCC computers. This includes downloading software without approval.
All monitors should be turned off
lectures, quizzes etc.
instructed otherwise. It is inappropriate to be clicking away at a
or browsing the web while I am attempting to impart important
to students. Cell phone ringers should be off.
There will be a 10-minute break each hour. You will be expected to return to class within that time.
“Absences seriously disrupt students’ progress in a class and diminish the quality of group interaction. Students are expected to punctually attend all lecture and laboratory sessions in the courses for which they are registered. Late arrivals and/or early departures may count toward total absences in classes."
be in attendance at least eighty (80%) percent of the clock
hours of a
to receive credit for the course. Those who
not meet minimum attendance requirements will be given the grade
of F.” (CFCC
Catalog and Student Handbook)
If a problem comes up, let me know, and if possible, we can work out some make up time or assignments. The point is, "Let me know."
of good work ethics. See handout.
STUDENT E-MAIL ACCOUNTS
Every student has an official CFCC-provided email account which is to be used for all email correspondence with your instructors and with the CFCC staff. Some information from CFCC will ONLY be emailed to this address, and not sent through postal mail as in the past, so it is very important that you check this account periodically. To access this account, please visit the CFCC website www.cfcc.edu and click on the MyCFCC link; then follow the instructions to log in. Your email address is email@example.com. This email account is for your use while you are attending classes and will still be active until one year after your last class. Your account may be used for personal as well as academic email and is subject to the CFCC Acceptable Use Policy.
in the completion of all assigned work.
The discipline policy for academic dishonesty can be
2010-2011 Catalog & Student
STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
If you are a person with a disability and anticipate needing accommodations of any type in order to access or participate in this class you must contact the Disability Support Services Office, provide the necessary documentation of the disability and arrange for the appropriate authorized accommodations within the first week of classes to the instructor. All information shared with the Disability Support Services Office is protected as confidential. Please see the current CFCC Catalog & Student Handbook for additional information.
CFCC has implemented a specific policy regarding proper withdrawal from a class. Withdrawal from a class must be done ASAP and before the required date identified in the CFCC catalog (typically at the 75% point of the semester). There is a special form to be completed by the student and instructor. Requests for a withdrawal after that date will only be granted for extenuating circumstances. Further policies regarding withdrawal from a class may be found in the current CFCC Catalog and student handbook.
use is prohibited on all CFCC property. Anyone
products must do it off campus. The first offense is a warning
and the second offense may result in disciplinary action. Please
Student Handbook for
Information contained in this syllabus was, to the best knowledge of the instructor, considered correct and complete when distributed for use at the beginning of the semester. However, this syllabus should not be considered a contract between Cape Fear Community College and any student, nor between the instructor and any student. The instructor reserves the right, acting within the policies and procedures of the college, to make changes in course content or instructional techniques without notice or obligation.