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Rules, Regulations, and Policies

New Attendance/Payment Policy

Extended Campus Classroom 

EFFECTIVE  START OF SESSION 8, 2011: 
ANY STUDENT WHO ATTENDS THE 1ST AND/OR 2ND NIGHT OF A CLASS WILL BE FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COURSE.

If a student decides not to remain in the class after attending the 1st and/or 2nd night, a drop form MUST be filled out by the student no later than 5:00 pm the 3rd night. Drop forms are available either at the site or can be completed online here: Extended Campus Classroom Drop Form

Textbooks

You will need a textbook for most classes. You will be able to purchase your textbook from the site representative the first night of class.

Financial Aid

The Extended Campus Program students should apply for any state or federal financial aid for which they believe they are eligible. Please contact the Financial Aid Office (1-800-795-7151) for the necessary forms and deadlines or for further information.

Veterans Benefits

Students eligible for veterans benefits should contact the Extended Campus Office (1-800-795-7151 press 7) to complete any needed forms and to alert the staff to certify your enrollment with the Veterans Administration. Some of our locations have not been approved for VA benefits. Contact us to learn which locations are not approved.

Course Load Policy

An Extended Campus student is not allowed to exceed 27 credit hours within any semester.

Schedule Changes

Limestone College makes every effort to provide class schedules that meet the needs of our students. Because of enrollment requirements and/or availability of faculty, however, Limestone College reserves the right to cancel classes. Students will be notified of any changes whenever possible and as soon as possible.

Attendance Policy

Students are expected to communicate with the professor frequently. In the Extended Campus Internet Program, students are required to contact their instructor once a week. That mode of contact is determined by the instructor. It could be an email, assignment, discussion, etc...

If after two weeks a student fails to have any activity in a course, the student may be assigned a grade of F at the end of the course.

Academic Policy

The Limestone College Catalog provides information and regulations about curriculum, degree requirements, finances, schedules, attendance, course load, and related matters. Regarding such matters, the Catalog is considered to be a contract between the College and the student. The College reserves the right to change any statement or regulation in the Catalog at any time. It is the responsibility of the student to keep apprised of such statements and regulations and of any changes. Information on any changes will be available in the office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs. If you do not have a current Limestone College Academic Catalong, please contact your Area Coordinator, site representative, or the Extended Campus Office.