The following provides links to select College practices regarding academic courses. For further reference, consult the College Catalog.
- The Academic Integrity Policy provides definitions of plagiarism, cheating, and collusion and details the relevant procedures.
- Any student who feels the need for accommodation based on the impact of a disability should contact the Office of Student Accessibility Services to discuss support services available. Once the office receives documentation supporting the request for accommodation, the student would meet privately with Accessibility Services to discuss reasonable and appropriate accommodations. The office can be reached by calling 508-793-3693 or by visiting Hogan Campus Center, room 505.
- Policies and/or procedures for Requests for Reasonable Accommodations, Excused Absence, Student Attendance Expectations, and Excused Absence Policy can all be found on the College Catalog website (scroll down to desired topic).
- Guidance on legal issues including privacy of student records, sexual misconduct, and contact information for human resources issues can also be found on the College Catalog website.
Massachusetts law prohibits recordings without the permission of all involved parties. Students who wish to record classes must receive permission from the faculty member and should consult with the Office of Accessibility Services to make sure any recording meets the requirements of Massachusetts law.