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c. such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with
an individual’s work performance or educational experience, or creates an
intimidating, hostile or offensive work or educational environment.
Sophomore -
A degree seeking student who has earned 24 or more semester
hours of credit.
Student -
The term“student” refers to an individual involved in the admissions
process as well as to an individual enrolled in an FKCC course (credit or non-credit)
at the time that the alleged grievance occurred. The college will comply with
Florida Educational Right to Privacy Act FERPA rules regarding confidentiality of
student records. Retaliation against a student bringing forth a grievance or against
an individual participating in the grievance procedure is prohibited.
Student Grievance -
Defined as a complaint or allegation by a student that
either a disciplinary penalty or sanction has been imposed on them incorrectly
or unfairly or that a non-disciplinary policy or procedure of the college has been
applied incorrectly, inappropriately, or unfairly. The college maintains a student’s
right to due process by providing access to the grievance procedure.
Student Load -
Number of credit hours carried by a student in any term.
Syllabus -
A course outline typically distributed the first day of class detailing
course expectations, instructor information, and the instructor’s and college’s
policies on grading, attendance, class requirements, etc.
T.B.A. -
to be arranged or announced.
Term -
Time period, roughly equivalent to a semester, in which classes meet. Fall
and spring terms are generally 15 weeks each while summer terms can be 12 or 6
weeks.
Transcript -
Official record of college courses taken by a particular student.
Transfer Student -
Student who attended a college or university before coming
to FKCC.
Tuition -
Financial charge for each credit hour of instruction.
Unclassified student -
A student admitted to a credit course, but not to a planned
program leading to a degree or certificate.
Work day -
The term“work day” is a regular business day in which the college is
open for business on Monday through Friday.