Faculty members who teach classes are expected to provide students with reasonable access for promoting student-faculty consultation, in accordance with major unit/department policy. For more information, review the office hours policy.
Final Exam Policy
For regular academic terms, final examinations held during the required final week class meeting must occur at the time specified in the Final Week Class Schedule, unless a change is approved by the Office of the Provost prior to the first day of instruction of the term. For more information, review the final exam policy.
Grade Appeal Policy and Process
Although the course grade assigned by the instructor is presumed to be correct, students may appeal a course grade by communication first with the instructor, then with the department chair. See the entire policy and procedure.
Handling plagiarism, cheating, or other academic dishonesty: The Office of Student Conduct educates the University community about academic integrity and handles academic dishonesty cases.
The University Studies Abroad Consortium has opportunities to teach abroad.
Supporting Students' Wellbeing
Faculty are often the first people to realize that a student is in distress or even in crisis. You see students in your classroom on a regular basis. Don't hesitate to ask for help if you are concerned for a student's well-being.