Students are responsible for all information given out in class. Any assignment which is copied (from any source) will receive zero credit.The offending student's name will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct.
Except as otherwise provided in this section, in the absence of a president's directive, attorneys shall be excluded from acting as an Advisor in disciplinary conferences and hearings.Notwithstanding any Campus directive, attorneys may attend hearings as Advisors: (a) where there are pending criminal (felony) charges arising out of the same facts that are the subject of the disciplinary proceeding; or (b) where the recommended sanction is expulsion.Any person who wishes to have an attorney present at the hearing must notify the student conduct administrator in writing of the attorney's name, address and phone number at least five Working Days prior to the hearing. In the absence of a president's directive, attorneys shall be excluded from disciplinary conferences and hearings, subject to the two exceptions set forth in D.1.b, above.POLICY ON COURSE SYLLABI Justification This policy updates Academic Senate Policy #F10-257 (Policy on Course Syllabi), which updated #S08-90 (Policy on Course Syllabi) and Academic Senate Policy #F07-244 (Syllabus Disability Statement Policy), which established requirements for course syllabi.Any witnesses who are alleged to be victims of the Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Sexual Misconduct, Domestic or Dating Violence, or Stalking at issue may likewise elect to be accompanied by an Advisor of their choice.
In cases involving Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation based on Gender, including Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking, the Complainant may elect to have a Sexual Assault Victim’s Advocate or an attorney as an Advisor.We will discuss the exciting astronomical discoveries which frequently make news headlines. One goal of the course is to enable the student to become comfortable thinking critically, and to feel empowered to solve problems applying their own abilities. If you have difficulty obtaining the textbook, or are not sure you have the right edition, consult the instructor.) We will cover most of text in 15 weeks, so you'll need to read about one chapter each week.The course will make use of basic algebra as a tool to help us understand the size and scope of the universe. It is not assumed that the student has any previous knowledge of astronomy, so questions of all kinds are strongly encouraged. The interludes labeled "Guided Discovery" and "What if..." are optional reading, unless otherwise stated.EXAMS: Examinations will be based on lectures and the textbook. The final exam will focus on concepts and topics (about 66%), but also include topics from the entire course (about 33%).If dire circumstances beyond a student's control cause an exam or homework to be missed, these circumstances must be explained (eg.Likewise, in such matters, the Student charged may elect to have an attorney as an Advisor.