Final grades must be submitted within 96 hours after the last class period. Do not enter a grade of incomplete or NF. Please give the student the grade he or she earned at the end of the term. You may submit a change of grade form afterward if necessary. If the student dropped the class at the high school but is still on your USU roll, please contact the USU CE office to assist the student with options to be removed from your course. Students should receive a letter grade. D- grades are not allowed.
In accordance with direction received from USBE and USHE, where possible, USU concurrent enrollment instructors should use the USU Canvas platform when teaching a USU concurrent enrollment course. If you need to also keep a record of scores in your high school instance of Canvas, here is a guide for doing that most efficiently.
Concurrent Enrollment Grade Transfer from USU Canvas to the High School Canvas
Violations of the Code of Conduct
If a student violates the code of conduct as described in Article VI-1 (Cheating, Falsification, or Plagiarism), the instructor must complete the online Academic Integrity Violation Form (AIVF) within 7 days of the incident. An instructor has full autonomy to evaluate a student's academic performance in a course. If a student commits an academic violation (Section VI-1 of the code), the instructor may sanction the student. Application of this sanction must follow Section VI-4 procedural policy. Such sanctions may include:
- Requiring the student to rewrite a paper/assignment or to retake a test/examination;
- Adjusting the student's grade - for either an assignment/test or the course;
- Giving the student a failing grade for the course;
- Taking actions as appropriate.
Additional disciplinary action beyond instructor sanction shall be determined by the Student Conduct Officer and the University.
All USU concurrent enrollment courses will have an IDEA survey created for course evaluation. Please encourage your students to complete these surveys as the responses are reviewed by the sponsoring academic departments. There is a three week long window for IDEA Student Rating of Instruction (SRI). Students will receive a personalized email with a link for them to complete the survey. To achieve reliable results, USU seeks a minimum response rate of 60% in all classes evaluated. If you have additional questions, please see the IDEA help videos.
Information To Include In Your Syllabus
Students have a responsibility to promote academic integrity at the University by not participating in or facilitating others' participation in any act of academic dishonesty and by reporting all violations or suspected violations of the Academic Integrity Standard to their instructors.
The Honor Pledge
To enhance the learning environment at Utah State University and to develop student academic integrity, each student agrees to the following Honor Pledge:
“I pledge, on my honor, to conduct myself with the foremost level of academic integrity. Acts of academic dishonesty include but are not limited to:
- Cheating: (1) using or attempting to use or providing others with any unauthorized assistance in taking quizzes, tests, examinations, or in any other academic exercise or activity, including working in a group when the instructor has designated that the quiz, test, examination, or any other academic exercise or activity be done “individually”; (2) depending on the aid of sources beyond those authorized by the instructor in writing papers, preparing reports, solving problems, or carrying out other assignments; (3) substituting for another student, or permitting another student to substitute for oneself, in taking an examination or preparing academic work; (4) acquiring tests or other academic material belonging to a faculty member, staff member, or another student without express permission; (5) continuing to write after time has been called on a quiz, test, examination, or any other academic exercise or activity; (6) submitting substantially the same work for credit in more than one class, except with prior approval of the instructor; or (7) engaging in any form of research fraud.
- Falsification: altering or fabricating any information or citation in an academic exercise or activity.
- Plagiarism: representing, by paraphrase or direct quotation, the published or unpublished work of another person as one's own in any academic exercise or activity without full and clear acknowledgment. It also includes using materials prepared by another person or by an agency engaged in the sale of term papers or other academic materials.
Accommodations in concurrent enrollment classes must be requested through the Disability Resource Center (DRC) at Utah State University. While an IEP or 504 Plan may be used as supporting documentation for accommodation requests, the accommodations listed therein must be approved by USU's DRC before they may be provided for this course. If you have a physical, mental health, or learning disability that may require accommodations in this course, please contact the DRC as early in the semester as possible (435-797-2444, email@example.com). All disability related accommodations must be approved by the DRC. Once approved, the DRC will coordinate with the instructor to provide accommodations.