Testing and Grading
[Provided by the Distance
To come to campus and drop in person:
Students who do not complete the first assignment or otherwise contact the instructor will be dropped from the course, and will receive an F in the course. It is up to you to withdraw to not receive an F grade.
For refund deadlines, drop deadlines, and other important dates, check the Academic Calendar. It can also be found under the Course Navigation drop down menu on the site's top navigation bar.
Students who submit the work of others as their own or cheat on exams or other assignments will receive a failing grade in the course and will be reported to college authorities. In this regard I have a very easy method of checking papers copied in part from web sources w/o attribution, and I fail students who do this. There is no reason not to document your work, and the use of outside sources for research is imperative. I am confident that you will do the right thing.
Final Grades are, generally, based are the following points:
Note: Assignments and their point value may change during the term at the instructor's discretion.
Final Grade Scale: [I seldom use plus or minus grades]
A = 90 - 100%
To access final grades through the STAR system, after Finals Week:
To access final grades through the Internet, use "My De Anza" on the De Anza homepage.