High School v College Accountability and Responsibilities (handout 3) dual credit

In college, you are responsible for your own actions and your own course performance. It is your responsibility to monitor your progress and discuss your performance with your professors in a timely manner. By law, professors cannot respond to correspondence about your performance from anyone except you. No one, not even your parent, guardian or spouse, can ask your professors for explanations about why you received a grade on an assignment or your overall course progress. It does not matter who pays your tuition or who signed you up for courses. [The PDF version of this document does not have searchable headings, but you can still press Ctrl+F to find key words and phrases.]

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