Syllabus Elements and Statements

Required Syllabus Elements

Revised December 2021

Course Description

Office Hours and Contact Information

Grading Policy

Course Objectives and Student Learning Outcomes

Required Materials


Recommended Syllabus Statements

Revised February 2022

The following syllabus statements are assembled here for the convenience of instructors, who are encouraged to include them in their syllabi whenever they are relevant. These statements are intended to make students aware of college resources, policies, and ways to get help. Departments and programs may decide to require these or other statements, as they deem necessary for safety, student success, and so on.

Academic Dishonesty Statement

Academic dishonesty, including cheating and plagiarism, is prohibited. The Board of Regents has established rules of conduct and disciplinary procedures for all students in the NSHE system, see Title 2, Chapter 10 of the NSHE Code. Please also refer to TMCC Academic Dishonesty Regulations, TMCC Catalog.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Statement

TMCC is committed to equal opportunity and access in education for all students, including those with documented physical or learning disabilities. Individuals who have a documented disability which might affect their ability to perform in this class, are encouraged to inform the instructor and the TMCC Disability Resource Center at the start of the semester. For assistance and clarification of services under the ADA, contact the Disability Resource Center.