Fall 2022 Syllabus

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Course Policies


Students: Please refer to the for additional information on academic honesty.
All students are expected to recognize and uphold standards of intellectual and academic integrity. As a basic and minimum standard of conduct in academic matters that students be honest and that they submit for credit only the products of their own efforts. Both the ideals of scholarship and the need for fairness require that all dishonest work be rejected as a basis for academic credit. They also require that students refrain from any and all forms of dishonorable or unethical conduct related to their academic work.
In an effort to foster an environment of academic integrity and to prevent academic dishonesty, students are expected to discuss with faculty the expectations regarding course assignments and standards of conduct. In addition, students are encouraged to discuss freely with faculty, academic advisers, and other members of the academic community any questions pertaining to the provisions of this policy.


If you have a documented disability as described by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, you may be eligible to receive accommodations to assist in programmatic and physical accessibility. We recommend that you contact the Center for Accommodation and Access located in Schuster Student Success Center, room 221, 706-507-8755 as soon as possible. The Center for Accommodation and Access can assist you in formulating a reasonable accommodation plan and in providing support. Course requirements will not be waived but accommodations may be able to assist you to meet the requirements. Technical support may also be available to meet your specific need. For more information go to .
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Under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, harassment based on sex, including non-consensual sexual contact, stalking, sexual exploitation, domestic and dating violence, and harassment because of pregnancy or related conditions, is prohibited. If a student would like to file a complaint for Title IX discrimination or has any questions, please contact the CSU Title IX Coordinator (Lauren A. Jones, J.D. 4225 University Avenue, Schuster 221, Columbus, GA 31907, jones_lauren3@columbusstate.edu, 706.507.8757) and/or the Office of Civil Rights (Atlanta Office, U.S. Department of Education, 61 Forsyth Street S.W., Suite 19T10, Atlanta, GA 30303-8927, 404.974.9406, ).


From D2L website: "At D2L we believe learning technologies should never limit learning opportunities. Our accessibility program is tightly integrated with our research and development lifecycle to ensure our tools are standards-compliant and easy for people to navigate and understand using the assistive technologies and devices that support their needs... At Desire2Learn we use WAI guidelines, such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0), Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (ATAG 2.0), and Accessible Rich Internet Applications Suite (WAI-ARIA) to ensure our designs are consistent with international objectives." For more information go to .


Whether a fully online, blended classroom, or on-ground classroom student, you should become familiar with "campus carry" legislation. For information regarding HB 280 (Campus Carry), please refer to . It is the permit holder's responsibility to know and comply with the law.


Information regarding student rights and responsibilities can be found in the .

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