medical notes will be required if extenuating circumstances warrant a further extension. If an
exam is not scheduled within the ﬁrst two (2) weeks of the next term due to documented medical
illness, the exam will be written in the next exam period.
ASSIGNMENT & TEST REGRADE POLICY
Requests for assignment or test regrading must be made in writing to your instructor, detail-
ing which question(s) you would like to have regraded, and justiﬁcation for why you believe
the assigned mark is erroneous. Please note that when submitting your assignment or test for
regrading, your instructor reserves the right to regrade the entire assignment/test, which may
result in an equivalent, higher, or lower mark than originally awarded.
As part of Brock University’s commitment to a respectful work and learning environment, the
University will make every reasonable eﬀort to accommodate all members of the university com-
munity with disabilities. If you require academic accommodations related to a documented
disability to participate in this course, you are encouraged to contact Student Wellness and
Accessibility Services on the 4th ﬂoor Schmon Tower in ST400, ex. 3240, or the Student Success
Centre in TH124B, ex. 4225. You are encouraged to discuss any accommodations with the
instructor well in advance of due dates and scheduled assessments.
ACADEMIC ACCOMMODATION DUE TO RELIGIOUS OBLIGATIONS
Brock University acknowledges the pluralistic nature of the undergraduate and graduate commu-
nities such that accommodations will be made for students who, by reason of religious obligation,
must miss an examination, test, assignment deadline, laboratory or other compulsory academic
event. Students requesting academic accommodation on the basis of religious obligation should
make a formal, written request to their instructor(s) for alternative dates and/or means of sat-
Academic misconduct is a serious oﬀence. The principle of academic integrity, particularly of
doing ones own work, documenting properly (including use of quotation marks, appropriate
paraphrasing and referencing/citation), collaborating appropriately, and avoiding misrepresen-
tation, is a core principle in university study. Students should consult Section VII, Academic
Misconduct, in the Academic Regulations and University Policies entry in the Undergraduate
Calendar, available at http://www.brocku.ca/webcal to view a fuller description of prohibited
actions, and the procedures and penalties.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NOTICE
All slides, presentations, handouts, tests, exams, assignments, solutions and other course ma-
terials created by the instructor in this course are the intellectual property of the instructor.
A student who publicly posts or sells an instructors work, without the instructors express con-
sent, may be charged with misconduct under Brocks Academic Integrity Policy and/or Code of
Conduct, and may also face adverse legal consequences for infringement of intellectual property