The principle of this policy is to increase the success of the learner and to create an environment where they can use the College resources effectively. This policy defines the academic grounds and establishes protocols to assist students, the instructors and administrative staff to observe and intervene when a student is at risk.
If at any time the student is at risk academically, the instructor and student will set a meeting to discuss improvement strategies. Extra support will be given where it is applicable.
Student failing to achieve the set grade point average required to pass will be written to, indicating the academic probation and the consequences of not improving the academic standing.
Penalties for Academic Honesty Offences
First Offence :
Results in a grade of “0” on the work in which the offence occurred; without the opportunity of redoing the assignment and having to redeem the grade on other assignments within the course.
Results in an “F” in the subject where the offence occurred; therefore failing the subject and having to retake the subject at the student’s own extra cost.
Any further violation of the Academic Honesty Policy will result in suspension.
Students will be informed of any rule which may apply to the conduct of specific examination: