Liberty University Case Study

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LIBERTY U N I V E R S I T Y ® ADJUNCT (ONLINE) FACULTY HANDBOOK LIBERTY UNIVERSITY® 1971 University Boulevard Lynchburg, VA 24502-2269 (434) 582-2000 Liberty University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 Telephone Number 404-679-4501) to award associate, bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. Liberty University is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (P.O. Box 828, Forest, Virginia 24451 Telephone Number 434-525-9539) to award associate, bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. LIBERTY UNIVERSITY ADJUNCT (ONLINE) FACULTY HANDBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION A – INTRODUCTION…show more content…
The Department Chair must provide a written response within 10 days of the receipt of the written appeal. Step 3: If the student is not satisfied with the response of the Department Chair, the student must provide a written appeal within 10 days of the response to the Dean of the College/School. The Dean of the College/School must respond in writing within 10 days of the receipt of the written appeal. Step 4: If the student is not satisfied with the response of the Dean, the student must then appeal in writing within 10 days to the Senate Committee on Academic and Admission Standards (SCAAS). The SCAAS will follow the prescribed procedure of the Committee for the appeal of a grade. The recommendation of the Committee will be forwarded in writing, along with all previous documentation, to the Provost. The decision of the Provost is considered final. The deadlines for distance students submitting appeals will be determined by the postmark on the parcel, or the time stamp on the email. Certified mail should be used on each step if using the USPS, both for the student and the University. The student or the Senate Committee may request the student's participation in the information phase of the hearing by means of teleconferencing. PERSONAL RECOMMENDATIONS OF STUDENTS BY FACULTY. A personal recommendation from a faculty member does not constitute an endorsement of a student by Liberty University. TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER CLASS MATERIALS. All textbooks and other materials for use in classes must be sold to students by the Bookstore. Faculty members may not order textbooks for their students directly from the publisher or sell any materials directly to students. Expanded syllabi, teaching aids and other selfpublished materials must be sold through the Liberty University Bookstore. The faculty member is not to sell these

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