COMMON COURSE POLICIES

RIT Department of Computer Science


CS Common Course Policies Include:


Rescheduling an Exam

RIT policy allows a student to reschedule a final exam under certain specific conditions. In the event that you wish to reschedule a final exam, we strongly recommend that you first discuss the situation with all instructors involved.

Course Withdrawal

RIT policy allows a student to withdraw from a course until a specific date (scroll down the RIT policy webpage at the link to section IV Course Withdrawal). Incomplete grades are given only in exceptional circumstances, and only when arrangements have been made with the lecture instructor before the end of the semester.

Disability Services

If you have special needs for seating, tests, note-taking services or other matters related to a disability, please contact the Disability Services Office (www.rit.edu/dso). If you receive approval for accommodation, let your instructor know as soon as possible so that he or she can make the necessary arrangements.

Academic Integrity

All students in any CS course are expected to act in accordance with the Department of Computer Science Policy on Academic Integrity. In addition, all students at RIT are expected to abide by the RIT Honor Code and adhere to the RIT Academic Honesty Policy. Failure to do so will result in substantial penalties.

RIT Academic Calendar

updated: Monday January 5 11:37:00 EDT 2015