Laboratory Syllabus Acknowledgment Statement
(updated January 9, 2020)
Students are required to submit a Laboratory Syllabus Acknowledgement Statement (LSAS) to their laboratory instructor no later than deadline stated in the syllabus. A student’s laboratory grade shall not be released until this statement is received.
By submitting the LSAS as directed below, a student signifies that that the syllabus has been read and understood with regard to all course requirements and policies.
Students must submit the LSAS to their laboratory instructor by email by following the instructions given below exactly as presented.
First, the student needs to place the exact wording in the Subject Line as indicated here:
Subject Line: [must be used exactly as noted here]
BIOL 3702L Syllabus Acknowledgement – Spring 2020
Second, the student must type or copy/paste the following exact message into the body of their email.
Message: [must use this wording - copy and paste]
I hereby acknowledge that I have accessed and read the syllabus associated with my enrollment in BIOL 3702L.
In addition, with this email message, I agree with the following statements:
• I fully understand the policies set forth in this syllabus.
• I acknowledge and understand that my failure to abide by these policies may have significant academic consequences for which I am solely responsible.
• I acknowledge and agree that the content described by this syllabus can be changed at the discretion of the course instructor in order to meet the course objectives.
My signature does not in
any manner signify the waiver of any rights granted to me by the policies,
rules, and regulations of Youngstown State University.
Finally, students must actually SEND THEIR LABORATORY INSTRUCTOR the above email message containing the LSAS.
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