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Exam Information (All Classes)


Academic Policies Regarding Exams:

5.04 Examination Schedule

Students are required to take final examinations at the regularly scheduled times. 

The Vice Dean for Academic Affairs may reschedule examinations in the case of serious student illness, family death and similar emergency circumstances and as reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Vice Dean for Academic Affairs may, upon student petition, reschedule examinations in other compelling personal circumstances. All non-emergency requests for final exam rescheduling or accommodations must be made thirty (30) days prior to the last day of classwork. 

If a student has two examinations scheduled at the same hour, upon petition one of the examinations may be rescheduled to an available examination period on the same day. If a student has four or more examinations scheduled on two consecutive days, upon petition one examination may be rescheduled to the next available exam period. 

Whenever possible, examinations will be rescheduled to a later rather than an earlier date. When an examination has been rescheduled, the professor in his or her sole discretion may give a different or 3 changed examination. All students taking an examination at other than its regularly scheduled time will be required to sign an Honor Code statement certifying that they have obtained no information about the regularly scheduled examination.

5.05 Failure To Take An Examination

A student failing to take the final examination in any course who fails to give the Dean immediate notice of the reason for such, will receive a grade of failure in the course.

Spring 2015 Exam Schedule

Examsoft Flexsite Procedures

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