Introduction College for Creative Studies adheres to the highest standards of academic integrity throughout the educational experience, in both academic writing and research and … Continue reading “Academic Integrity”
Courses for which a student is enrolled at the conclusion of the Add/Drop period will be used to determine attempted courses for the Course … Continue reading “Adding/Dropping Classes”
Regular class attendance is essential for learning and academic success. Students are expected to attend all class meetings, on time and for the full … Continue reading “Attendance”
The Code of Student Conduct is in place to ensure students are aware of the behavior expected of them as members of the CCS … Continue reading “Code of Student Conduct”
When a withdrawal occurs (cancellation of all courses for which a student was enrolled at conclusion of the Add/Drop period of a semester), there … Continue reading “Complete Withdrawal”
This policy details what is considered the deletion, destruction, or vandalism of student work and the consequences of the policy’s violation.
The academic programs at CCS are designed to challenge students, prepare them for careers in the visual arts and design, and provide them with … Continue reading “Departmental Review Attendance”
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act affords students the certain rights with respect to their educational records.
Graduate Students The standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) measure a student’s academic progress using both qualitative and quantitative measurements. These measurements include a … Continue reading “Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress – Graduate Students”
Undergraduate Students The standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) measure a student’s academic progress using both qualitative and quantitative measurements. These measurements include a … Continue reading “Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress – Undergraduate Students”