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Attendance is essential. Those who are consistently absent, tardy,
or leave early may be penalized.
must be your own. In any case of cheating or plagiarism, the penalty
will be failing the course. For written work, keep your preparation
materials, and be prepared to explain the meaning of everything you
use of the words, ideas, insights, or the original research of another
is strictly prohibited.
includes (but is not confined to):
off someone else's work as your own
or receiving any assistance during an examination
As a condition
of taking this course, all required papers may be subject to submission
for textual similarity review to Turnitin.com or a similar service for
the detection of plagiarism. All submitted papers will be included as
source documents in the Turnitin.com reference database solely for the
purpose of detecting plagiarism of such papers.
for Students with Disabilities
is committed to ensuring that students with health impairments, learning
disabilities, physical disabilities, psychiatric disorders, or other
disabilities are able to successfully compete with non-disabled students.
Students requesting an accommodation must contact the instructor at
the beginning of the semester.
policy, only students who are registered with the Center for Students
with DisAbilities may request academic accommodations; students must
also have an approved recommendation from UH’s Academic Accommodations
Evaluation Committee. UH’s disabilities policy is available at:
Phones and Pagers
beepers, or pages are a significant distraction and must be placed on
vibrate or silent mode prior to coming to class. Do not answer phones
during class. If you are expecting an emergency phone call, you must
make arrangements with the instructor prior to class. Those using a
cell phone must leave the classroom for the remainder of the class period.
Students who repeatedly violate this policy will be dropped from the
that adversely affects the normal educational functioning or the professional
standards of the class will result in failure for the course.
University Studies Division, 320 Student Service Center: support
for students in transition, freshmen students on Academic Notice, Texas
Academic Skills Program (TASP) eligible students, pre-health professional
students and prospective students. For helpful information, access the
USD website at http://www.uh.edu/academics/usd.
Advising, available for declared majors in the college or department
of their major.
for Students with DisABILITIES, Justin Dart, Jr. "Live
the Dream" Center for Students with DisABILITIES CSD Building #
568, Room 100 (832)842-7104: provides numerous academic support services
to individuals with any type of learning disability, health impairment,
physical limitation or psychiatric disorder.
Support Services, 321 Social Work: tutoring in most subjects
and workshops in reading and study skills and exam preparation.
Career Services, 106 Student Service Center: computer-based
career search tools and major choice workshops.
Counseling and Psychological Services, 226 Student Service
Center: personal counseling and academic workshops in choice of major,
time management, test anxiety, adjustment from high school to college,
Center, 217 Agnes Arnold Hall: writing tutoring