This policy is in effect for Summer 2011 classes only. Beginning Fall 2011, refer to the new policy Attendance in Undergraduate Classes.
You are expected to attend all exercises of the courses in which you are registered and to be on time. Any absence, regardless of the reason, will prevent you from getting the full benefit of the course. Instructors may include class attendance as a measure of academic performance, and inexcusable absences may render you liable to censure.
You must comply with the absence regulations of the college or school in which the course is offered. An instructor's syllabus should give particular directions regarding class attendance. If you miss an exam or a deadline for an excusable reason, you should contact your instructor as soon as possible. (If you are absent from class for a week or more for an excusable reason, such as a major illness, you should inform the college in which you are enrolled.)
The Office of the Registrar is the official keeper of academic records including course registrations, grades, transcripts and diplomas.
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