Please review the grading and attendance policies below.
Faculty are required to submit final letter grades on WebSTAC in a timely manner, as you do your regular course grades. The urge to inflate grades is understandable but unfair to students. You should grade as you would on any Danforth campus course. Please consult with us if you have further questions.
Since students do not have access to the internet, we will provide a paper notification of their final grades.
Withdrawals are issued at the discretion of the faculty. After the add/drop deadline, a student may withdraw from a course with the consent of the instructor. The withdrawal will appear on the student’s grade sheet as a “W.
On occasion, the faculty may initiate the withdrawal. If the student is ill or for other legitimate reasons misses more than two class sessions, the professor may decide to give the student a “W” for the course.
If a student is moved out of the facility in the middle of a semester, the student will typically receive a “W” for the course.
Faculty are strongly discouraged from giving “incomplete” grades. Please grade the student on the work that was completed or handed in. You may be able to change the grade later, if the student delivers additional work. Please coordinate with Jennifer about any students with extenuating circumstances.
Since students do not have access to the internet, they are unable to drop or withdraw from a course.
Please notify Rob Henke to have a student dropped or withdrawn from your class.
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