A. Prohibition of Commercial Note Taking and Recording Services
In accordance with ACD 304-06 Commerical Note Taking Services,
written permission must be secured from the official instructor
of the class in order to sell the instructor's oral communication
in the form of notes or recordings.
B. Accessibility Statement
In complicance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, and
Americans with Disabilities Act as amended (ADAAA) of 2008, professional
disablity specialists and support staff at the Disability Resource Center
(DRC) facilitate a comprehensive range of academic support services and
accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. Qualified
students who wish to request an accommodation for a disability should
contact the DRC by going to https://eoss.asu.edu/drc, calling
480-965-1234 or emailing DRC@asu.edu.
C. Classroom Discipline
All students are expected to understand and comply with all current published
policies, rules and regulations in the current University Catalog, Class
Schedule, and Student Handbook. Disciplinary actions, including expulsion
from class, may be imposed for misconduct and violations of law and/or
University rules and policies, including plagiarism, profanity, or
disruptive conduct. Additionally, required behavior standards are listed
in the Student Code of Conduct and
Student Disciplinary Procedures,
Computer, Internet, and Electronic Communications policy, and outlined
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Anyone in violation
of these policies is subject to sanctions.
Students are entitled to receive instruction free from interference by
other members of the class. An instructor may withdraw a student from the
course when the student's behavior disrupts the educational process per
Instructor Withdrawal of a Student for Disruptive Classroom Behavior.
D. Details about Withdrawals and Incompletes
Withdrawal policies are established by the University. See the
ASU Calendar for applicable deadlines.
If you are considering a withdrawal, review the following ASU
policies: Withdrawal from Classes,
and a Grade of Incomplete.
E. Title IX
Title IX is a federal law that provides that no person be
excluded on the basis of sex from participation in, be
denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination
under any education program or activity. Both Title IX
and university policy make clear that sexual violence
and harassment based on sex is prohibited. An individual
who believes they have been subjected to sexual violence
or harassed on the basis of sex can seek support,
including counseling and academic support, from the
university. If you or someone you know has been harassed
on the basis of sex or sexually assaulted, you can find
information and resources at the
ASU Sexual Violence Awareness and Response webpage.
As a mandated reporter, I am obligated to report any
information I become aware of regarding alleged acts
of sexual discrimination, including sexual violence
and dating violence. ASU Counseling Services
is available if you wish discuss any concerns
confidentially and privately.