“No-Shows” refer to occurrences when students do not report to class and do not cancel interpreting services in advance of their absence with a reasonable excuse (e.g. sickness).
- Students are allowed 2 “No-Shows” per semester.
- On the third “No-Show,” students may have interpreting services suspended.
- Students may be required to meet with SAS before interpreting services are restored. During this meeting students should be prepared to explain the reason for the “No-Shows.”
- Students are required to inform SAS when communication access services are no longer needed.
- When students drop or withdraw enrollment from a course, they are required to inform SAS as soon as possible.
To avoid a “No-Show” please immediately notify SAS with the following information:
- Student’s first and last name
- Student ID
- Course name in which attendance will be missed
- Day, date, and time of class or academic program or event (e.g. Monday, March 1st, 8-8:50 AM)
- Reason for the absence