Student Code of Conduct
intr.v. co·ex·ist·ed, co·ex·ist·ing, co·ex·ists
- To exist together, at the same time, or in the same place.
- To live in peace with another or others despite differences, especially as a matter of policy.
Per the Early College Program contract, there is a zero-tolerance policy regarding any behavior that disrupts the classroom at any time. If you engage in any such behavior, you are giving up my seat in the classroom and you will be withdrawn from the course.
Plagiarism and Academic Integrity
Academic dishonesty is prohibited in The City University of New York. Penalties for academic dishonesty include academic sanctions, such as failing or otherwise reduced grades, and/or disciplinary sanctions, including suspension or expulsion. Read the full Academic Integrity Policy here.
For the Early College Program, three unexcused absences will result in an immediate dismissal from all college courses. If you are late three times it will be equal to one unexcused absence and being late nine times will result in an immediate dismissal from CCNY. I will notify you by email if course absences (for full or partial classes) are having an impact on your grade. If you have special circumstances, please see me. I’m happy to work with you to help you complete this course.
All assignments must be submitted at the specified time on the date they are due. If an assignment is late, your grade will be dropped by one-half of one letter (a 90 to an 85, for example) for each scheduled class session that passes after the time in which it was due. Technological malfunctions are not an excuse for late work.
Food and Drink
No eating is allowed in the classroom. Drinks are welcome. Please be sure to clean up after yourself when class is over.
Phones, Devices, and Other Electronics
Laptops and tablets are welcome and encouraged for in-class writing activities and peer review. The instructor reserves the right to revoke this privilege if laptops and tablets are used for purposes outside the realm of this course. Cell phone use is strictly prohibited, unless otherwise indicated by the instructor.