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Academic Policies & Procedures
Weekly Schedule
Online: The electronic class week begins on Tuesday (Day 1) and ends on Monday (Day 7). For example,
when an assignment is due on Day 5, it must be posted no later than 11:59 p.m. Mountain Standard Time
year-round (M.S.T.) on Saturday of that week. (All classroom messages are automatically date and time
stamped using M.S.T.)
Associate Programs: The electronic class week begins on Monday (Day 1) and ends on Sunday (Day 7).
For example, when an assignment is due on Day 5, it must be posted no later than 11:59 p.m. M.S.T. on
Friday of that week. (All classroom messages are automatically date and time stamped using M.S.T.)
Local Campus: The course begins on the date scheduled for the local campus class meeting. All reading
assignments for the class are available on eCampus prior to the scheduled date. If there is an assignment
due at the first local campus class meeting, information about the assignment is also available on
eCampus.
Directed Study: The course begins on the date scheduled by the campus. The scheduled date is
considered Day 1. Assignments are due by 11:59 p.m. Mountain Standard Time year-round (M.S.T.) on the
day they are due. See the faculty member’s syllabus for assignment deadlines.
FlexNet®: The course begins on the date scheduled for the local campus class meeting. All reading
assignments for the class are available on eCampus prior to the scheduled date. If there is an assignment
due at the first local campus class meeting, information about the assignment is also available on
eCampus. For face to face workshop weeks, weekly assignments are due at the start of each workshop.
For online class weeks, see the faculty member’s syllabus for assignment deadlines.
SAS: The electronic class week begins on Tuesday (Day 1) and ends on Monday (Day 7). For example,
when an assignment is due on Day 5, it must be…...

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