Administrative adjustment for extenuating circumstances. 3364-71-16

Policy Class: General Academic
Policy Action: Major revision of existing policy
Purpose of Policy: To provide students who experience unavoidable, extenuating circumstances or catastrophic illness the opportunity to petition the university for an administrative adjustment.  This policy is for extenuating circumstances and does not supersede the missed class policy.  Extenuating circumstances are defined as situations that significantly interfere with the student's academic work and/or ability to attend classes that arise during the semester, and are beyond the student's control.  Serious injuries or illnesses, death of an immediate family member, or a military call to active duty are examples of circumstances that might be regarded as extenuating.
This policy supersedes: IV-14 former MC policy, previous adoption date 1999, Keywords: administrative adjustment, course drop, withdrawal, schedule change, medical adjustment, financial adjustment, academic adjustment, undergraduate
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Abstract/Description: Policy Class: General Academic

Policy Action: Major revision of existing policy

Purpose of Policy: To provide students who experience unavoidable, extenuating circumstances or catastrophic illness the opportunity to petition the university for an administrative adjustment. This policy is for extenuating circumstances and does not supersede the missed class policy. Extenuating circumstances are defined as situations that significantly interfere with the student's academic work and/or ability to attend classes that arise during the semester, and are beyond the student's control. Serious injuries or illnesses, death of an immediate family member, or a military call to active duty are examples of circumstances that might be regarded as extenuating.

This policy supersedes: IV-14 former MC policy, previous adoption date 1999
Subject(s): Academic
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