Southwestern Adventist University

Undergraduate Bulletin 2010-2011 PDF

Academics

General Academic Information and Policies (Click for more info)

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General Enrollment Policies (Click for more info)

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Grading, Recording & Qualifying Policies (Click for more info)

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Academic Sanction Policies (Click for more info)

Academic SanctionStudents must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 in order to graduate. The current semester GPA, as well as the cumulative GPA of every student, whether full or part-time, is calculated after each semester grading period. The University will notify students when their performance is not reaching that minimum level.

Students who are not making satisfactory progress are subject to the Academic Sanction Policies involving four increasingly serious steps: Academic Warning, Academic Probation, Academic Suspension, and Academic Dismissal.

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Academic Honors Policies (Click for more info)

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Examination/Credit Policies (Click for more info)

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Graduation Requirement Policies (Click for more info)

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Special Program Policies (Click for more info)

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Student Rights & Appeals Policies (Click for more info)

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Course Descriptions (Click for more info)

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Academic Programs (Click for more info)

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Academic Integrity (Click for more info)

Academic IntegritySouthwestern Adventist University was founded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in order to educate its students academically and spiritually for Christian service. The ethical training of students is as important as their academic competence. Academic integrity rests on honesty, the first principle of the Christian life. Students must be honest in their dealings inside and outside the classroom.

Students must maintain a high ethical standard in their academic work. When a student turns in work for credit in the classroom, that work must be the student's own. Students have access to some forms of authorized assistance. Authorized assistance may come in the form of tutoring by official university tutors, help from the professor, or the legitimate use of outside sources which are cited according to standard form. Other forms of outside assistance are unauthorized, for example, having another person complete all or part of an assignment, taking material from the Internet or other sources without citing it, or bringing unauthorized materials into an examination. Unauthorized help, in these and other forms, constitutes academic dishonesty.

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