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Academic Policies in Review

The Provost’s Council has reviewed the following policies and invites public comment on the proposed revisions. Revisions are made using track changes in the linked documents. Please send comments to your Provost’s Council representative.

Policy/Procedure 300-N College Courses for High School Students

The public comment period is open from December 1, 2022 – January 3, 2023. Please send comments to your Provost’s Council representative.

The policy/procedure has not been reviewed since 2011. There has been significant developments in the kinds of partnerships the College offers to high schools and high school students, and the proposed revisions in the procedure captures the current methods the College uses to grant college credit to high school students.

Suggested Changes – Policy/Procedure 300-N College Courses for High School Students

Policy/Procedure 300-X Final Examinations

The public comment period is open from December 1, 2022 – January 3, 2023. Please send comments to your Provost’s Council representative.

The Faculty Athletic Representatives (FARs) have reviewed the policy/procedure and are recommending changes to the procedure to outline the process and expectations of student athletes and their instructors in order to account for externally-scheduled athletic events over which the College has no control.

Suggested Changes – Policy/Procedure 300-X Final Examinations

Policy/Procedure 300-Z Minimum and Maximum Course Enrollment

The public comment period is open from December 1, 2022 – January 3, 2023. Please send comments to your Provost’s Council representative.

The policy/procedure has not been reviewed since 2012. The Provost’s Council determined that there should be no difference in minimum enrollments regardless whether the course is taught by a full-time or adjunct faculty member. Maximum enrollment (capacity) remains unchanged from the original procedure. The Council provided clarification for situations when lower capacities may set.

Suggested Changes – Policy/Procedure 300-Z Minimum & Maximum Course Enrollment