Assignment 2302: Student Identification Report

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GOVERNMENT 2302: AMERICAN GOVERNMENT CRN 55608 - Fall 2011 Central Campus - Room EDC A201 9:00 AM -1:00 PM | Sat 3 hour lecture course / 48 hours per semester/ 12 weeks Instructor: Quang Tran Instructor Contact Information: E-Mail: quang.tran6@hccs.edu Voice Mail: telephone number Course Website. The course website is at http://hccs.blackboard.com. Your Blackboard login user ID will be your HCC User ID (sometimes referred to as the "W" number). All HCC students have a unique User ID. If you do not know your User ID you can look it up by visiting the HCC home page:   From www.hccs.edu, under the column "CONNECT", click on the "Student System Sign In" link. Then click on "Retrieve User ID" and follow the instructions. Or use…show more content…
The grading scale for all exams, the class presentation, and the course is: A = 100 - 90 B = 89 - 80 C = 79 - 70 D = 69 - 60 F = 59 and below Make-Up Policy. The general make-up policy for work missed is the following: Exams: I drop the lowest exam grade and count the highest exam grade twice. No make-up is possible. Course Attendance and Withdrawal Policy. Attendance will be taken on a daily basis. A student may officially drop at the registrar's office anytime up to and including November 18. Students who stop attending class prior to November 18 will be dropped. Students who attend class after November 18 cannot receive a W. Students who take a course for the third time or more face significant tuition/fee increases at HCC and other Texas public colleges and universities. If you are considering course withdrawal because you are not earning passing grades, confer with your instructor or a counselor as early as possible about your study habits, reading and writing homework, test-taking skills, attendance, course participation, and opportunities for tutoring or other assistance that might be available. Beginning Fall 2007, the State of Texas imposes penalties on students who withdraw/drop courses excessively. Students are limited to no more than SIX total course withdrawals throughout their educational career at a Texas public college or university. Students are encouraged to review the HCC 6 Drop Policy. To help you avoid having to withdraw from any class,…show more content…
HCC and/or professors may withdraw students for excessive absences without notification (see course attendance policy above). AskOnline. All government students are encouraged to use HCC’s online tutoring system for help with any GOVT class. Questions submitted to the ASK queue will be answered within 24 hours – and usually much before that. Tutors are on duty 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Online tutors will not do homework for you, but they will guide you in the right direction. To maximize the effectiveness of the system, be specific when you ask questions, and let the tutor know what class you are taking. You will receive two responses – one from an English tutor and one from a government tutor. Registering for online tutoring is easy. Go to www.hccs.askonline.net. (For DE classes, this link is on the front page of Blackboard.) Select a user name and password that you will remember. Use any e-mail address, and add your student ID number (W number). It will probably take five minutes to set up your askonline account. After that, you can submit questions in seconds. Tutor responses are not e-mailed to you. To see the answers, log back in to the system and click the bright yellow NEW button. Students with Disabilities. Students who require reasonable accommodations for disabilities
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