Learning is not a passive process, nor is it always comfortable. The instructor will create an atmosphere where students are comfortable to ask questions and contribute their knowledge to fellow students. The instructor will present information in multiple ways for students to consider and apply the information being covered in class. Lab time allows students the opportunity to apply and question their knowledge. Collaboration with others stimulates creativity and facilitates greater accomplishment than working alone. The instructor is responsible for pointing students in a direction and giving them feedback as to how they are progressing.
need to notify the instructor as soon as possible about any special
needs or concerns that they have.
Students having difficulty with the class should first
consult with the instructor. A program counselor is also available for consultation.
An appointment may be made through the office.
After the consultation an evaluation will be done to determine
how the student may be helped. All
rules and procedures are posted in the Hospitality/Culinary Arts Office,
Any student unable to meet class obligations should notify the
instructor as soon as possible at 344-4310 (24 hr message).
No make-up exams will be given, and no late assignments or
projects will be accepted unless the absence or lateness was the result
of an event beyond the studentís control such as a death in the
family; sudden, serious illness; or an unavoidable, serious accident.
It is the studentís responsibility to let the instructor know
in a timely manner when extenuating circumstances arise.
appropriate third party may be asked to verify exceptional
All late assignments are subject to a 10 point or
10% of the possible points per class day penalty.
Work may be turned in at any time before the due date, except for
attendance is beneficial to students.
The departmental attendance policy applies to every student.
If you cannot attend a class or must leave early, it is YOUR
RESPONSIBILITY to arrange with a classmate to get the notes,
assignments, projects, schedule changes or any other information
presented. DO NOT ask the
instructor for materials or to repeat the lecture.
If you must leave class, do so in a manner that does not disrupt
others. If you see that
someone is absent, please collect the materials for them and ask that
they do the same for you.
Any student arriving late will be marked absent; it is the
Eating & Drinking:
accordance with College Policy, eating and drinking (with the
should be only be in use in a manner that will not
Extra Credit Policy: No Extra Credit will be accepted. Students are expected to complete course requirements as evidence of their mastery of the subject.
The studentís final grade will be determined by the percentage of points accumulated in Specific Evaluation Criterion. Grades are assigned according to the following table.