Starting December 18th Amtrak will begin using a route that passes near our campus crossing 100th Street & Steilacoom Boulevard. These trains may be traveling up to 79 miles per hour
- Do not walk on or near the tracks
- Do not stop your vehicle on the tracks while waiting for traffic
- Obey signals at all times.
The student is expected to attend all classes for which the student is registered in order to gain the maximum benefit. The instructor may establish an attendance policy for the program. It is the responsibility of the student to know and comply with the policy. Programs having established attendance policies will include relevant information in course syllabi.
A student who does not attend the first two class sessions and/or comply with the established attendance policy for the class or program may forfeit the right to continue and may be subject to administrative withdrawal.
Student attendance is gathered to demonstrate the same requirements that are necessary on the job and to satisfy reporting requirements for financial aid, funding agencies and state funding.
Faculty will have access to and use Instructor Briefcase as the official source for class rosters. NOTE: CANVAS or any other Learning Management System, is not considered to be the official class roster.
If a student is absent for the first two class sessions without making arrangements with the instructor, or the student does not comply with the established attendance policy for the class or program, the faculty member must send the following information to the Enrollment Services and Financial Aid offices:
Student identification number (SID).
Course name, number and item number, e.g. ENGL&101 item 0500.
Last date of attendance.
By the end of week one (1) of each quarter, faculty will reconcile their class rosters with students and notify the Enrollment Services Office if there are students in the class(es) that do not appear on the class roster.
Throughout the quarter, faculty are responsible for initiating retention measures when a student misses class. When a student has missed two (2) class days without contacting the instructor, faculty should inform the Student Success division to engage additional retention support. If the student continues to miss class and it’s determined that the retention efforts are unsuccessful per the program attendance policy, the faculty member is responsible for notifying the Enrollment Services and Financial Aid offices so the student will be dropped from class according to Federal Financial Aid rules. Notification by faculty should occur within ten (10) days of the student’s last day of attendance. The information faculty must provide is listed in step 2 above.
At the beginning of the ninth (9th) week of each quarter, the Director of Enrollment Services will send an email requesting faculty to check class rosters for the following:
All students in attending the class are on the roster.
Student not attending have been reported to the Enrollment Services and Financial Aid offices.
6. By the end of the ninth (9th) week of each quarter, faculty will notify the Director of Enrollment Services or the Assistant Registrar of the following:
Students attending class(es) who do not appear on the roster(s).
Students not attending who have been reported to the Enrollment Services and Financial Aid offices.