BHU Online Course Policies
Students are required to use their BHU email account for ALL online communication with their instructor. All official correspondence from your online course will come to that account. The library staff will gladly assist a student having difficulty with student email.
Because your email address does not include your personal name, please make sure you identify yourself on all email correspondence to your course instructor. The subject line of all email correspondence related to the course should contain the course name and the student’s name.
Subject: Question about Quiz 1, Pentateuch – Jane Doe
Frequency of Coursesite access:
Students are expected to login and participate in course activities at least once per week. Failure to login to course after 14 days will result in the student being locked out of the course. To re-enter the course the student must have the approval of the Registrar.
Access to technology – Recommendation
Students who do not have reliable PERSONAL access to technology and the internet are strongly discouraged from taking online courses. In addition, please check the system requirements section of this guide to ensure proper access to all course material.
Students are expected to complete this course with integrity. The students work must be a reflection of the student’s own work and can only be submitted for this course. Where secondary sources are required the student is expected to use the proper citation of those sources even in an online environment. If the student fails to comply the instructor will have no option but to consider the student is cheating and/or plagiarizing. This will result in a failing grade and the possibility of further disciplinary action from the college. Plagiarism is defined as intellectual property of others without proper citation, giving the impression that is the student’s work. For further information please consult the BHU student manual.