This syllabus presents you with a guiding vision and the governing expectations for your undergraduate career in this academic community. Your responsible membership in this community includes learning and adhering to the norms expressed in this syllabus, all of which protect the integrity of our shared work. Your responsible membership also includes discovering how you might maximize your own growth by completing the program’s assignments, for which we describe only basic expectations in this document. You have all sorts of room, in collaboration with your mentor, for individualized and excellent execution of the work you pursue.
How many lecture credits do I need?
How many office hours am I required to attend?
Can I switch mentors?
What is the required length for my Torrey paper?
What kind of project can I do?
What should I bring to Don Rags?
Biola University's Disability Services works to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations to students with psychological, medical, physical, and learning disabilities. Students desiring or needing accommodations on the basis of such disabilities or of medical incidents such as hospitalization or severe injury are to contact The Learning Center, which houses both learning assistance and disability services. The Learning Center is located in the Biola Library, Upper Level, Room U-137, and this department can be reached by calling 562.906.4542 or by dialing extension #4542 if calling from on campus.
If you are aware of a condition that may impact your studies, please contact this office at the beginning of the semester or at the onset of a crisis in order to have all relevant documentation on file for the duration of the course. In order for accommodations to be implemented, you must register with the Learning Center and document your needs. Please know that you will be best helped when you contact Disability Services and your Torrey mentor as soon as issues arise. While accommodations cannot fundamentally change the major aspects or core requirements of the program, they can aid you in successfully completing your work.