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All students are responsible for the knowledge of and compliance with all university policies as stated in the university catalog, graduate bulletin, and student handbook including but not limited to grade appeal, computer use, copyright laws, and academic honesty and integrity. Attendance: Attendance is mandatory for every exercise of a course in which a student is enrolled.
For students eligible for financial assistance, documented attendance is necessary before the initial disbursement of funds to their student s. Documented attendance in online classes will be determined by the completion of weekly class asments. Students failing to complete any required asments in an online class during a given week may be counted as absent for that week. Absence from class prevents a student from receiving the full benefit of the course, and often detracts from the learning process for other students in the class.
Unless an absence is unavoidable, an absence may result in lower grades due to missed examinations, asments, exercises, and the failure to enter into the classroom learning process. In the case of an unavoidable excused absence, a student may make up missed examinations and asments. Students are responsible for turning work in on time, even if the student has an excused absence. Asments turned in after two class periods may not receive credit. In all other cases of absence, instructors are not required to allow students to make up the missed work.
Instructors may establish additional guidelines for their courses as long as they are in accordance with division and official university attendance policies. After two weeks of absences, students who incur any unexcused absences may have their final grades lowered commensurately, which may include failure of the course. Diversity: Missouri Baptist University is committed to maintaining a community that recognizes and values the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Missouri Baptist University affirms that an important part of the integration of faith and learning is the recognition that all people are created in the image of God and worthy of respect and dignity.
Through its curricula and classroom experiences, the university seeks to develop and nurture diversity because it strengthens the organization, promotes creative problem solving, and enriches us all. Disability Accommodations: Missouri Baptist University, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act ofwill provide reasonable accommodations for eligible students with disabilities physical disability, learning disability, psychological disability.
If you have a disability that may have some impact on your work in this class and for which you may require accommodations, please contact the Office of Disability Services at disabilityservices mobap. Students with a disability must register with the Office of Student Disability Services for disability verification and for determination of reasonable academic accommodations.
You are responsible for initiating arrangements for accommodations for tests and other asments in collaboration with the Office of Student Disability Services and the faculty. Some students may elect to forward their e-mail to an address different from their official MBU.
Any student who elects to forward MBU e-mail to a different e-mail address assumes full responsibility for reading e-mail at the forwarded location. Students are expected to check their University e-mailor the to which their University e-mail is forwarded, at least twice a week. See Spartan Virtues Student Handbook for additional information. Credit Hour Policy: Missouri Baptist University requires this policy to be practiced by all faculty, full-time and part-time. All definitions and standards apply equally to courses offered both on and off campus.
For example 1 credit hour equals 45 clock hours, 2 credit hours equal 90 clock hours, 3 credit hours equal clock hours, 4 credit hours equals clock hours. Other acts can also be forms of sex-based discrimination and are also prohibited whether sexually based or not and include dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
As a result, the University issues this statement of policy to inform the community of our comprehensive plan addressing sexual misconduct, educational programs, and procedures that address sexual harassment as defined in Title IX regulation.
Student Success Center — Writing Lab: In the Writing Lab, we believe you are a writer, and we treat your work as meaningful scholarship. We utilize a writing-as-thinking approach and will provide you with different perspectives in supporting your writing process. This process improves the student as a scholar, learner, and writer by receiving feedback on brainstorming, organization, critical thinking, grammar and formatting choices, or anything related to your writing asment!
The Writing Lab now accepts walk-ins, but we encourage you to make an appointment to guarantee a time slot. Appointments can be scheduled for 30 minutes or 1 hour. You can also calle-mail writing mobap. Sex dating in otterville missouri you are a distance learning or extension site student, you are welcome to schedule a face-to-face appointment, but you also have the opportunity to submit your paper online to receive feedback from a writing coach. Your essay does not have to be complete to send to the Writing Lab. We will respond to paper ideas, paragraphs, half of a draft, or a full draft.
You will receive an with your paper attached as a Word document. Additional questions should be directed to writing mobap. Academic Honesty and Integrity: In keeping with school policy and our Christian heritage, academic honesty is strictly enforced. In this course, academic dishonesty includes but is not limited to cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, multiple submissions, obtaining an unfair advantage, aiding and abetting, unauthorized access, sabotage, and any other form of fraud or dishonesty in coursework or co-curricular requirements for graduation.
Academic dishonesty of any nature will result in disciplinary action. You acknowledge and understand that upon submission, your paper will be added to the Missouri Baptist University database and compared against a global database of submitted papers. You further recognize that the determination of academic dishonesty rests with the instructor of this course and that plagiarism will be dealt with according to the policy set forth in the MBU Academic Catalog. Mercy Clinic has in-clinic visits Monday 1 p. Virtual visits may be available also.
You may contact Mercy Clinic by calling MBU Counseling Team is led by a d psychologist. They treat a wide range of mental health conditions and services are free to students. MBU Counseling Services provides both on campus and virtual visits. They may be contacted at counselingservices mobap.
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