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College Now Course Syllabus

Colleges and universities rely on course descriptions and/or course syllabi when determining the transferability of credits to their institution.  For this reason, it is important to have a detailed course syllabus for a College Now class.

High school instructors will work with their faculty mentors to develop a course syllabus.  Instructors are required to submit their course syllabus to their faculty mentor for review and final approval.

Course syllabi should be provided to students in writing (hard copy and/or electronically) within a maximum of one week from the first class meeting.  A syllabus should including the following information:         

  1. Course description
  2. Course objectives/student learning outcomes
  3. A statement regarding Liberal Education Program (LEP) student learning outcomes (SLOs)
  4. Evaluation procedures: attendance, assignments, grading scale
  5. Requirements: texts and materials, approximate dates and formats for tests/papers/projects
  6. Disability statement
  7. Student conduct including academic honesty policy


Faculty and high school instructors maintain the right to make changes to a syllabus. The instructor will communicate any changes to the students.


College Now Course Syllabus Template - High school instructors can use this template to develop their course syllabus.  Faculty mentors will be able to provide details regarding the specifics of the course.  All College Now syllabi should include the following elements:

  1. Liberal Education Student Learning Outcomes
  2. College Now Statement
  3. IEP/504 Accommodations Policy
  4. Academic Honesty Policy
  5. Plagiarism Statement

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