April 18th, 2019
There is an expectation that students complete all parts of a course’s final evaluation. Vacations are not valid reasons to miss an exam. Students who do not complete or write the final exam do not take advantage of the opportunity to provide recent evidence to verify or confirm their consistent level of performance at the end of a course. If a student does not provide some significant evidence in the form of writing a final exam or completing final evaluation components (e.g. assignment, lab, presentation, performance task, etc.), it may result in them earning a reduced grade and/or loss of credit based on the overall evidence as reflected in the term work and final evaluation components.
Students are responsible for ensuring they are present for all final culminating activities and exams, and should carefully check the schedule to determine when they will occur.