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Instructor Info

Faculty/Instructor Meetings

Adjunct professors (from the respective high schools) will meet with SUNY College representatives prior the beginning of the course. They will also meet with College Deans, Department Chairs and/or other department representatives in October for full year and fall semester courses and in February for spring semester courses.

Instructor Qualifications

High School instructors selected by the respective secondary school and approved by SUNY Cobleskill will be given adjunct professor status for the academic semester in which they are teaching the college in high school course. In order to receive a campus ID card, each instructor will be asked to provide a resume or data sheet to be kept on file.

Each instructor is expected to satisfy the minimum requirements for teaching at SUNY Cobleskill. This will be determined by the respective college academic departments.

Grades

The following list of grades is recommended ranges, which are associated with grades for graduation or transfer credit purposes. Each high school instructor will list specific grading policies in each course outline.

Quality Points

Letter Grade

Percentages

4.00  

92.1 or higher

3.67   

A- 

89.5 - 92.0

3.33

B+  

86.9 - 89.4

3.00

B

82.1 - 86.8

2.67  

B- 

79.5 - 82.0

2.33 

C+ 

76.9 - 79.4

2.00   

72.1 - 76.8

1.67 

C-

69.5 - 72.0

1.33 

D+ 

66.9 -69.4  

1.00

D

59.5 - 66.8

0.00

F

Less than 59.5

0.00

I

Incomplete

0.00

S

Satisfactory

0.00

U

Unsatisfactory

0.00

W

Withdrawal

0.00

WP

Withdrawal

0.00

WF

Withdrawal - fail

 

A student may repeat a course ONE time only, unless the Vice President for Academic Affairs grants special permission. The last grade earned becomes the grade of record.

Midterm Grade Report

Students will view mid-term grades through the student portal on-line consisting of grades of D, F, S, U or I for each course. "S" reflects a grade of "C" or better; "I" indicates the high school instructor did not have sufficient evaluative information to submit a grade.

The high school instructor will be asked to post grades and will be provided with the deadlines by the Assistant Registrar. It is also listed under the academic calendar.

Final Grade Report

All students will receive a grade for all courses in which they are enrolled. Final grades are available on-line to the student via banner web. Final grades will not be issued if a student has any financial obligation to the College.

Course Implementation Guidelines

Here is the general process on initiating a first-time course offering: