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Purpose   Dual Enrollment refers to courses taught to high school students for which the students receive both high school credit and college credit, regardless of location or mode of delivery. This policy serves to ensure that dual enrollment efforts align with the mission of McNeese State University and that the academic rigor of such courses…

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Purpose   To promote graduate education and reduce the time and cost related to the earning of degrees, McNeese State University provides select dual degree opportunities for academically qualified undergraduates to earn graduate credit while completing a bachelor’s degree, accelerating the time it takes to complete both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees.   Policy  …

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Purpose   To assist students in developing a broader context for understanding worldwide issues and honing skills and knowledge to compete in a global workforce, McNeese State University strives to provide its students with both affordable and accessible study abroad opportunities.   Policy   To provide students with study abroad opportunities, McNeese State University partners…

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Purpose:   The purpose of this policy is to provide information and procedures regarding the Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI) process. Policy: This policy ensures a coordinated university-wide approach for administering student evaluation of instruction surveys and provides evidence of compliance with the Rules of the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors (Chapter III,…

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Policy A currently enrolled undergraduate student may improve the GPAs (term, institutional, transfer, and overall) by repeating an undergraduate course in which a grade of D or F was received and requesting that the previous grade earned in the course be excluded from the GPA calculations. Only three grade forgiveness requests may be filed in…

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Purpose Unless stipulated otherwise, all time and/or semester references in this Policy refer to the semester during which a candidate participates in the commencement ceremony. Eligibility for Participation in the Commencement Ceremony A candidate is eligible to participate in the commencement ceremony the semester during which all degree requirements and academic policies are fulfilled as…

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McNeese State University relies on the expertise of qualified faculty to ensure the academic quality of the curricula and to fulfill the institution’s educational mission.  The institution seeks to have adequate faculty committed full-time to McNeese to provide excellent instructional delivery and accomplish out-of-class responsibilities necessary for a thriving University community.   McNeese strives to…

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Purpose   To ensure compliance with SACSCOC Requirements and Louisiana Board of Regents, University of Louisiana System, and University policies, completion of degree requirements must be verified and certified by appropriate academic departments and colleges as well as the Office of the Registrar. The degree certification policy is intended to outline this process to ensure…

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McNeese State University complies with standards 10.1 and 10.2 of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Principles of Accreditation:  Foundations for Quality Enhancement by publishing an online academic catalog, which serves as a principal policy document. Information in the catalog relates primarily to curriculum requirements and matters relating to academic…

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In accordance with University of Louisiana System board rules (Part Two, Chapter I, Section VI), a deceased student who did not complete all requirements for his/her undergraduate degree at the time of death may be awarded a degree posthumously provided the following conditions are met:   The student had earned the appropriate cumulative or degree…

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