Final Exam Policy & Schedule
Final examinations in courses offered for two or more credits shall be given at the time indicated in the published schedule, unless the faculty member has received permission for an alternative from the Campus Dean, and shall not exceed two hours in length. Final examinations in courses offered for two or more credits may not be given during a regular class period. This policy does not preclude an instructor making special arrangements for individual students. If a student has more than two exams on one day or two exams scheduled for the same time, he or she must make arrangements at least one week in advance with one of the instructors concerned to take one of the exams at an alternative time. When an informal arrangement cannot be made, the instructor of the course of lower enrollment shall provide an alternative examination time. When an instructor does not return the final examination, students will have the opportunity to review their final examination or discuss their final evaluations with the instructor up to one semester after the course is completed. Students are expected to be in attendance at the scheduled final examination of each of their courses. Failure to attend an examination may result in automatic failure in that course.