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The ADCS programs offered through Saint Francis University primarily focus on the student who has full-time responsibilities on the job or in the home. Some students work part-time or may have been displaced from a job and are looking to retool.
The programs are offered on campus, online, or at off-campus locations convenient to the student and can be completed through evening and weekend studies. Students with prior college credit must have at least a 2. Those with no prior college coursework must have a high school diploma or GED with average grades of a C or higher. Individuals interested in applying for admission to any undergraduate program offered through the Adult Degree and Continuing Studies program must submit the following materials to the ADCS:.
The application for admission will not be processed until all materials have been received. Credit evaluation of courses taken at other accredited colleges will be completed once all transcripts have been received. Documents received by Saint Francis University become the property of the University and will not be returned to students. Copies of the documents will be made only for internal University business. The Military Affairs Office on campus educates veteran-students on Federal and Francis adult phone chat programs that are in place to assist with funding an education.
Further information is available in the Admissions section of this catalog. Students ly in attendance through ADCS at Saint Francis University who have interrupted their studies for financial or personal reasons do not need to submit another application form unless they have stopped out or had been withdrawn from the University for five years or more. Prior students wanting to continue their studies should contact ADCS for reactivation of their credentials or for more information.
Students who are academically dismissed from the University may not reapply for admission for at least one calendar year, at which time the Academic Standing Committee will determine whether re-admission is granted or not. Further details can be found in the Academic Policy section of this catalog. Courses range from 15 week online or evening, 8-week evening one night a week to online accelerated 7 week, or Saturday accelerated 7-week courses.
The accelerated courses are offered in two modules per semester so students can take classes module I and module II to maximize their time and credit generation. There are other course offerings and options during the summer session as well. Faculty who teach in the ADCS programs bring to the classroom a unique background of exceptional academic qualifications and practical field-related experience.
Others are adjunct faculty from the local educational and professional communities. In response to requests by area school districts, Saint Francis University has developed a program to offer selected and approved college courses to eligible students in the high school setting. Courses are approved by Saint Francis faculty and taught by high school teachers. Credits earned through the program are accepted by Saint Francis University and most other colleges or universities upon graduation. Students may also register to take college courses at Saint Francis University by registering as a non-degree, non-university student.
Permission is granted by the instructor and Adult Degree and Continuing studies Office. For more information, please call ADCS at or us at oce francis. Regularly scheduled undergraduate courses are offered during the summer under the direction of the ADCS office.
The classes are scheduled in one- three- six- and seven-week formats, as well as online, to meet the needs of both day division and evening division students who wish to accelerate their degree, make up deficiencies, or ease their academic coursework load during the regular academic year. Summer classes are held on the main campus in Loretto and online. Classes are taught by many of the full-time faculty as well as some of the experienced adjuncts.
Students in the regular undergraduate division of Saint Francis University whose programs require summer Francis adult phone chat or clinical experiences, and those who wish to enroll in an internship, independent study, or tutorial during the summer should contact their academic advisor and the ADCS office for Summer School registration information. Students enrolled in graduate programs should contact their respective program director for Summer School information. Advising can be done via telephone, via or in person. Registration is held for current students at an announced date preceding the end of each semester.
Course schedules are distributed and made available to students approximately one month prior to the opening of registration. Students should consult with their ADCS advisor prior to registering. Students are to use the online registration system through my. The Registration Agreement needs to be read and submitted each term and prior to registration.
For more information about registration, refer to the Registration section under Academic Policies. There is no set amount of credits that each adult student should take, but the standard rule for college work is that for every one contact hour for a course, the student is expected to do three hours of work on their own reading, homework, research.
Students just starting to take courses, or resuming their coursework after an absence, are advised to take only one or two courses their first semester. After the initial semester, most students take between two to three courses, however, some adult students are full time taking two courses per module. Students receiving financial aid must take at least six credits per semester to be considered part time. Student may be non-degree and take up to 24 credits before they must declare a major or discontinue their studies, except for education certification.
Financial Aid may be impacted if you are non-degree and not fully accepted or pursuing a degree. Students should consult with their ADCS advisor before making changes to their schedule via my. After that, and up to the start of the course, a student must contact the ADCS office in writing to add or drop a course.
Students wishing to request waivers or substitutions of Francis adult phone chat required for their degrees may get the proper forms from the ADCS office. The Change of Major form is available on my. ADCS students are expected to attend all classes or log in and participate in online classes as scheduled as an academic obligation.
Instructors have no inherent obligation to provide make-up opportunities for an absence unless, in their judgment, the reason for the absence warrants such consideration. It is imperative that students inform the instructor at the earliest possible opportunity of any classes that will be missed so that appropriate arrangements can be made and that the work and instructional hours can be made up.
All course work must be completed with the last meeting of the class. After the instructors have explained the standards and requirements during the first meetings of a class or online through Canvas, the student is responsible for successful completion of the course based on these criteria.
Online courses, while not meeting in person, still require students to log in a few times each week, participate in discussions or other relevant learning sessions chats, Wikis, etc. Failure to log in or not participate may result in an unofficial withdrawal that could impact financial aid. See Withdrawal Policy. Attendance at accelerated courses 7- or 8-week formats is mandatory and students may be penalized for missing a class. Once reported, efforts will be made to intervene with the student to accommodate any reasons the student might not be attending classes.
The University attempts to maintain a safe, positive, and nurturing atmosphere to help every individual student succeed. If, after intervention, the student continues a pattern of chronic absenteeism, then he or she shall be subjected to immediate dismissal from the University. Students reporting late for class may be denied admission by the instructor and be recorded as absent. Students not participating in an online class and not withdrawing appropriately will earn the appropriate grade as determined by the instructor.
After the final class enrollment lists have been processed, interested students may attend any class in which they are not registered with the permission of the instructor. Students so attending will not be subject to extra tuition or audit fees. No student may attend a class on this basis at a time when he or she is regularly scheduled for a class in which he or she is registered. Final examinations are held in all courses at the end of each semester and all students are required to take all examinations. The process for appealing a grade can be found in the Academic Policies.
For guidance on the process, contact the director of ADCS. All withdrawals and requests for refunds must be made in writing and will be calculated according to the time stamp oce francis. An individual will receive a tuition refund for a course withdrawal according to the following schedule:. Classes that meet less than Francis adult phone chat weeks will be calculated to the same proportions. Phone call or messages are not accepted under any circumstances.
It is recommended that students contemplating withdrawal from the University first discuss this question and concern with their ADCS advisor. Students must complete the withdrawal form available from ADCS. Students who receive university-issued laptop computers are required to return the computers at the time they leave to fulfill their military obligation.
Students who complete their active military duty and request re-admission to the university will be automatically re-admitted with all admission fees waived. Skip Search Francis. Home Academic Catalog. Academic Calendars.
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