GRADING: Your grade will be determined by your performance on quizzes, tests, homework assignments and the final exam. The final grade will be determined by a simple quotient; Total Points Attained ¸Total Points Possible.
Mostof your points will be determined by Tests.Some of your points will be determined by homework assignments. Some of your points will be determined by in class homework assignments and quizzes and projects. Some of your points will be determined by the Final Exam. Good Luck. Get all the points you can. At the end of the semester you will receive one of the following grades based on your quotient.
100% - 90% A 79.99% - 77% C + 59.99% - F
89.99% - 87% B+ 76.99% - 70% C
86.99% -80% B 69.99% - 60% D
College Policies – Fall 2012
Academic Integrity – Cheating and/or plagiarism will not be tolerated and may result in an “F” for the course as well as disciplinary action under the Code of Student Conduct. A student may be referred to an Academic Integrity Seminar. This two-hour seminar costs $40 and attendance is required (see Student Planner).
Access Services – It is your responsibility to register with the Access Services Office should you have a verifiable and documented disability which may require reasonable accommodation(s). Further, it is your responsibility to provide your instructor with the Faculty Notification Sheet, which sets forth the reasonable accommodation(s) determined by the Access Services Office. Registration with Access Services should be done at the beginning of the Term. For information see http://www.cf.edu/departments/sa/access/.
Classroom Decorum – Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Disruptive students will be asked to leave the classroom. Continuous disruptive behavior will result in withdrawal from the course and disciplinary action under the Code of Student Conduct (see Student Planner).
Withdrawal – If you want to withdraw from this class, you must fill out the necessary forms and have them signed by the appropriate parties. If you just “stop coming to class” after the posted drop date, you may receive the grade of “F.”
? Add/Drop period: Aug. 20-24
? Drop only: Aug. 20-21
? Last date for a refund: Aug. 24
? First mini-semester withdrawal deadline: Sept. 22
? Last day to withdraw with a “W”: Oct. 25
? Second mini-semester withdrawal deadline: Nov. 16
The college reserves the right to evaluate individual cases of non-attendance.
Students should be alerted to the fact that
(1) withdrawals do not count in the CF G.P.A, but may not be viewed favorably at the university level or for financial aid;
(2) a withdrawal counts as an attempt under the forgiveness/withdrawal policy and the course repeat policy;
(3) there are increased costs to take the course on the third attempt.
(4) there may be a reason a withdrawal request may be denied. Please see the College’s withdrawal procedures.
College Preparatory Courses–State law requires no more than three attempts TOTAL to complete all college preparatory (English, mathematics and reading) courses. Students registered in college prep courses who receive N grade must repeat the same course and complete it with a grade of C of better before they can register for other courses that require the successful completion of the prep as a requirement.
Your grade is based on a compilation of the tatal averagesHomework
Home Learning 15%
Final Exam 20%
TOTAL POSSIBLE PERCENTAGE: 100%
A 90%-100% B+ 87%-89% B 80%-86% C+ 77%-79%
C 70%-76% D 60%-69% F<60%
7 Tests are scheduled for this class. Only 6 will count towards final grade. The lowest test score will be dropped. The lowest test and the lowest quiz score will be dropped. If you miss a test or quiz, then thatscore will be your lowest and will be dropped. If you miss more than one test or quiz then your scores will be averaged into your final grade. (Only 1 Test and 1 Quiz will be dropped). The renaining scores will count towards your final average.
Once your mymathlab assignments close, they will not be reopened.
CF Math Center Hours: MTWH 8 am – 6 pm; F 8 am – 3 pm