New Student Orientation - Starting Summer of 2021, CCP/Pre-College students will no longer be required to take our full Professional Foundations (PF121) course. This is being replaced with our New Student Orientation (NSO 200) and it will not detract from a student’s allotted credit hours. This is a short online orientation that will be required for all new students taking courses online.
Homework - To be successful in an online environment, keeping up with your assignments is key! If, for any reason, you feel like an assignment will be turned in late—COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR INSTRUCTOR. CCP/Pre-College students who are the most successful are the ones who possess the ability to stay on pace with their course work and communicate when they need help.
Attendance - Franklin University recognizes the importance of attendance and active participation in the learning process, so attendance is taken in all classes. Attendance has a different meaning, depending on the format of your course (ex. face-to-face or online). Turning in assignments can often be a form of attendance. Responding to a lecture post or taking a weekly quiz may also be counted for attendance. Please make sure you have a clear understanding of expectations from your instructor at the beginning of the course.
Dropping a Course - If you feel like you are going to want to drop a course, you must do so before or within the first week of class to avoid receiving a “W” or failing grade. For CCP students, school districts may request reimbursement from students that withdraw or fail a course.