In order to maintain an appropriate classroom/exam environment that is most conducive to teaching, learning, and performing one's best on exams, students are expected to behave in a manner that is not disruptive or disrespectful to any person and that does not adversely affect teaching, learning, or examination performance of any person. If cell phones and pagers need to be turned on during classroom time, then they must be set to the vibrate mode. All calls must be made/received outside of the classroom as this type of activity is disruptive to the teaching/learning environment and is disrespectful to others in the classroom. Students who do not abide by this policy may be asked to leave the classroom or examination room, forfeiting their right to take the exam. Abuse of this policy could result in disciplinary procedures.
Children are not typically allowed in the classroom. Students who have an unforeseen temporary need to bring a child into the classroom must receive prior approval from the lecturer.
Cell phones, pagers and other electronic devices are strictly prohibited from being used during examinations. Students who do not abide by this policy may forfeit their right to sit for an examination.