Revisions to this policy were approved at the March 14, 2017 (rescheduled for March 21) Senate meeting. To view revisions, see the legislative report.
A written (paper or electronic form) syllabus must be distributed to students in each course on or before the first class meeting, and the syllabus must remain available to students electronically until the end of the semester. In addition to course content and expectations, the syllabus must include contact information for all course instructors, the course examination policy, grade breakdown by assessment type and percentage, required course materials, and the academic integrity policy for the course, and information on procedures related to academic adjustments identified by the Office of Student Disability Resources, and information on available Counseling and Psychological Services. Changes to the syllabus shall also be given to the student in written (paper or electronic) form.
Initial Legislation: 12/4/01
Revised Editorially: 7/5/16 (updated Student Disability Resources)
Revised: 4/19/16 – Effective Fall 2016 – Archive