Class Online Behavior Policies
- Be respectful and professional in all correspondence at all times. To do otherwise is disruptive behavior and will not be tolerated. Examples of disruptive behavior are unacceptable, disruptive language as follows:
- use of profanity or unprofessional offensive language.
- use of sarcasm.
- use of language that threatens or teases anyone in any way.
- use of language that is racist, homophobic, misogynistic, hateful or otherwise offensive. This applies to the SEVERE CLAUSE (see below.)
- Log-in and participate in class discussions, on time as scheduled.
- Complete and submit assignments on time.
- Do your own work. Plagiarism/cheating is not acceptable under any circumstances.
Consequences for Disruptive Behavior:
Student will be warned via email.
a. Student will be blocked from class (no access to email, discussion board or course information/lecture notes) for 1 week. Student will get a zero for missed assignments.
b. Student will meet with instructor and agree on proper behavior before being allowed to access the class.
c. A Disruptive Student Behavior Report Form will be completed and sent to the Dean of Student Services.
a. Student will be dropped from the class.
A Disruptive Student Behavior Report Form will be completed and sent to the Dean of Student Services.
SEVERE CLAUSE — For very serious, intolerable behaviors, such as 1d. above:
- Dropped from class immediately, no 2nd or 3rd chance.
- Disruptive Student Behavior Report Form completed and sent to the Dean of Student Services.