Individual assignments are listed in the syllabus.
Assignments will be submitted per course syllabus policy.
Assignments may be dropped off, by handing them to the lab assistant; who will date and submit to the instructor.
Graded homework will be returned to the appropriate graded homework file for pick-up.
- Testing is conducted in the Regional Technology Center, Room 2110 or online (check your course syllabus).
- Tests are on file for each Open-Entry Open-Exit module.
- Tests are to be taken after completion of the required tutorials and or chapters as designated in the syllabus.
- A picture ID must be presented to the Open-Entry Open-Exit Personnel at the time of testing.
- Put the following information on the test: Open-Entry, Open-Exit module or course number, test to be taken and instructor name.
- Tests must be taken in the OE lab or as specified by instructor.
- Tests will be picked up by the OE staff, graded and placed in the appropriate Pick-up File located in the OE lab.
Financial Aid is available for qualifying students. A complete tabloid of all semester offerings, contacts and other information concerning schedules, enrollment, etc. is available.
There are special considerations for students who are receiving financial aid and enroll in Open-Entry Open-Exit courses. Please contact the Financial Aid Office at (810)762-0144.
You may register for Open-Entry Open-Exit courses by mail, online or through walk-in registration at any time. Specific details are listed in the College schedule. The Registration Center is located in the Prahl Center. For hours or additional information call (810)762-0200.
A student who cancels their registration prior to the first day of instruction, or officially withdraws from the Open-Entry Open-Exit module or course during the first week shall be entitled to a full refund, less the registration fee. You must officially withdraw whether or not you attend the lab or orientation session.) Students may enroll at any time.
Students may enroll at any time. You will be required to complete a contract with your instructor specifing your start and end date.
A module course takes at least as much time as a traditional course. There is more reading as there is no formal lecture.
Generally no, usually you must come to campus to take your exams as most are required to be taken in the OE lab. This is specific to the course. To find out about a particular course check with the instructor.