EASTERN AND COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS: LATE POLICY


The curriculum for this course is organized on a week-by-week basis, in which most assignments are cumulative and on-going.  Discussion amongst students is also dependent upon classmates keeping current with their studies.  Due dates should be noted and met.  It is assumed that each student will regularly be devoting six hours+ per week to the course.  Late assignments are also often an extra burden from an instructor standpoint.  However, I appreciate that there may be occasions where a very few extra days to polish an assignment in the midst of competing deadlines can be helpful, and thus I deliberately assume a good-faith effort on the part of students to meet the due dates and provide a small cushion of flexibility without any academic penalty.

As a general rule, no assignment will be accepted more than two weeks late and no end-of-the-semester assignment will be accepted more than one week late.  That does not mean the due dates are unimportant or that extensions are automatically granted.  You must discuss possible extensions with me directly.

Discussion Forum contributions should ideally be made the week of the discussion itself and will be considered late if made more than two weeks after we have moved to a new topic.  Your ability to maintain this schedule will have a major impact upon your Class Participation Grade.


 

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