Information about Course Content
A student has the right to be informed in reasonable detail in writing at the first or second class meeting with the assigned instructor about the nature of the course and to expect the course to correspond generally to its official description.
A student has the right to receive a grade based only upon a fair and just evaluation of performance in a course as measured by the standards announced by the instructor at the first or second class meeting. Grades determined by anything other than the instructor's good-faith judgment based on such standards are improper. Among irrelevant considerations are race, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, or activities outside the classroom that are unrelated to the course work.
Information about Course Grading Criteria
A student has the right to be informed in writing at the first or second class meeting with the assigned instructor about the criteria to be used in evaluating the student's performance and what to expect with the grading system. Whenever factors such as absences or late papers will be weighted heavily in determining grades, a student shall be so informed in writing at the first or second class meeting.