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1 Human Resource Education Student Handbook Revised 8/2013

2 Table of Contents Office of Student Services Welcome Letter Page 3 Office of Student Services Contact Information Page 4 College of Human Sciences & Education General Policies Page 5-13 Human Resource Education Program Overview Page 14 LSU Student Resources Page 13

3 Dear College of Human Sciences & Education Student: Congratulations on your admission into the College of Human Sciences & Education. We look forward to working with you as you complete your bachelor s degree at Louisiana State University. The College of Human Sciences & Education Student Handbook has been designed to aid you as you progress through your degree program. This handbook includes information on resources and services available to you as an LSU and College of Human Sciences & Education student. Important LSU and College of Human Sciences & Education policies are discussed within the general policies section (pages 5-13) of the handbook. In addition, a description of your degree program is provided. Through this handbook, you are also able to review suggestions and online resource links that will be helpful throughout your undergraduate program. We believe that this handbook will provide many recourses for you, but you are also encouraged to contact the Office of Student Services (236 Peabody Hall; 225/ ; for any needed clarification and questions regarding the information presented in this handbook. Sincerely, The College of Human Sciences & Education Office of Student Services Team

4 Office of Student Services 236 Peabody Hall Office: 225/ Fax: 225/ Website: Students wishing to meet with a counselor can schedule an appointment on our website. Appointment availability for the following week opens Friday at 8:30 a.m. Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Advising Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Unless otherwise noted) Office of Student Services Staff Lisa Newman Assistant Dean Bridget Robicheaux Counselor Ashley Gray Counselor Tyre Jones Administrative Coordinator The Office of Student Services can assist you with the following: Academic Programs Abroad Approval Advising Adding/Changing a Minor Appeals Career Counseling Comprehensive Academic Tracking (CATS) Correspondence Approval/Extensions Course Substitutions Credit Exam Assistance Cross Enrollment Final Exam Changes Holmes Program Advising Incomplete Grades Military Science Map-out Personal Counseling (brief) Praxis Testing Requirements Resigning/Cancellation of Registration Scholarships Student Teaching Applications Teacher Certification Transfer Credit Evaluation Graduation Check-out

5 Office of Student Services 236 Peabody Hall Office: 225/ Fax: 225/ This handout is intended to assist you in understanding select LSU and College of Human Sciences & Education policies of which you should be aware. Please refer to the LSU General Catalog (available at for further information. If you have questions about a particular policy, you are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Services (236 Peabody Hall, 225/ ) for clarification. You may also questions to The LSU General Catalog states, Each student is personally responsible for completing all requirements established for his or her degree by the University, college, and department. It is the student s responsibility to learn these requirements. A student s counselor may not assume these responsibilities. Any substitution, waiver, or exemption from any established requirement or academic standard may be accomplished only with the approval of the student s dean. Exceptions to University requirements, including general education requirements, will be authorized only with approval of the student s dean and the Office of Academic Affairs. University Policies Scholastic Requirements A. Academic Warning At the end of the fall or spring semester, intersession, or summer term, students will be placed on academic warning status if their grade-point average is one to nine quality points below a 2.0 on all work attempted or on all work attempted in the LSU system. A notation to that effect will be entered on the student s transcript. B. Scholastic Probation At the end of the fall or spring semester, students will be placed on scholastic probation if their grade-point average is 10 or more quality points below a 2.0 on all work attempted or on all work attempted in the LSU system. Students may also be placed on probation on the basis of unsatisfactory progress toward meeting the specific requirements of their academic program. Such students will be informed in writing of the conditions required to continue in their academic program. Students will remain on scholastic probation until they have an overall average of 2.00 or higher on all college work attempted and on all work attempted in the LSU system.

6 Students who have been removed from scholastic probation will be placed on probation again at the end of any fall or spring semester in which their LSU or overall average is less than 2.0. C. Scholastic Drop Students on probation will be dropped from the University at the end of any fall or spring semester if their average is less than 2.00 either on all work attempted or on all work attempted in the LSU system that semester. Students dropped for scholastic deficiency may enroll in the summer term at LSU. If their quality-point deficit is totally removed during the summer term, they may petition their dean to enroll for the fall semester. College of Human Sciences & Education Policies A. College Warning Students who fail to earn a 2.00 semester average in any one semester, regardless of overall grade point average, will be placed on college warning. To be removed from college warning, a student must remediate course deficiencies and make satisfactory progress in their degree program in the following semester. B. College Drop A student who fails to earn a 2.00 gpa for two consecutive semesters, regardless of overall grade point average, will be dropped from the college. If this occurs, a student has until the last day to add classes to find a new senior college. Students should also schedule an appointment with a counselor or in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall, to determine requirements for re-admittance into the college. Repeating Courses As stated in the LSU General Catalog, a student may not repeat a course in which a grade of C or better has been earned unless the catalog description indicates that the course may be repeated for credit or the student s dean approves the repetition. Students should contact the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall, regarding this policy and the appeal process to request approval to repeat a course. Unless otherwise stated in the course description, credit will be awarded only once for a course that is repeated. When students are permitted to repeat for credit a course previously taken, only the last grade determines acceptability of the course for degree credit. The last grade earned in a repeated course will be the grade applied toward graduation, even if it should be lower than the previous grade. If a student receives a failing grade when repeating a course for which a passing grade had been previously earned, the student will lose the credit previously earned for the course.

7 Grade Exclusion Policy Effective with the 2013 fall semester, the university will implement the Grade Exclusion Policy. Under this policy, students may improve the undergraduate LSU and cumulative GPAs by repeating a maximum of three courses (up to 12 credit hours) in which a grade of D or F was received and requesting that the repeat grade be the only one that is used in the calculation. The following rules apply to this policy: only three such requests are available to students in their undergraduate careers; the policy will apply to courses attempted prior to the 2013 fall semester or thereafter, but the subsequent attempt(s) must be made beginning with the 2013 fall semester; the repeated grade must be in the same course rubric and number taken at LSU (if a course is cross-listed, the course must be repeated under the same rubric as it was originally attempted); transfer courses are not eligible for grade exclusion; special topics, independent study, and research type courses are not eligible for grade exclusion; academic programs may opt to exempt certain courses from this policy. See here for a list of courses ineligible for grade exclusion; students must file a written petition to invoke the policy with the dean of the college in which the student is enrolled by the last day to add courses in the semester or term in which the subsequent attempt is made; petitions filed by student athletes must be approved by the both the dean of the college in which the student is enrolled and the Academic Center for Student Athletes; once a petition to exclude a grade has been accepted by the dean of the college in which the student is enrolled, it may not be changed; withdrawal from a course for which an exclusion has been approved will not result in the original grade being excluded, but will count toward the three courses or 12 credit hour exclusion limit; once a grade exclusion is applied to a course, the quality points and credit hours attempted and earned will be removed from only the calculation of the LSU and cumulative GPAs. Past semester GPAs will not be recalculated; grade exclusions do not retroactively change the status of the student s semester academic honors (e.g., Dean s List) or result in a refund of tuition or fees; grade exclusions do not result in a recalculation of a student s academic standing (e.g., scholastic warning, probation, or drop) at the end of a previous semester or term; the exclusion adjusted GPA will not be used in determining both Latin Honors and University Medalists. All grades will be used to determine Latin Honors and University Medalists. the excluded grade will be annotated on the transcript with the symbol E to denote that the grade was excluded; upon communication to the University Registrar by the Dean of Students or designee, the policy may not be used to exclude a grade assigned as a result of academic dishonesty; students may invoke the policy multiple times for the same course; once a student has earned a degree, the grade exclusion policy cannot be invoked with respect to any course attempted prior to earning the degree.

8 Many graduate and professional schools re-compute GPAs in the process of considering an applicant for admission to such programs. The re-computation of GPAs may include restoring the cumulative GPA effects of initial attempts at courses repeated under this policy. Students in the College of Human Sciences and Education interested in invoking the Grade Exclusion Policy should set up an appointment to meet with a counselor to discuss the policy. Students must students must file a written petition to invoke the policy with the dean of the college in which the student is enrolled by the last day Drop/Add Classes Students may add courses, via mylsu from the beginning of the course scheduling period through the last day to add courses for each semester (seventh class day). Students may drop courses via mylsu through the sixth class day without receiving a grade of W. Students may drop courses via mylsu with a W by the final date to drop courses. It is important that students review the LSU Academic Calendar (found on the University Registar s website: to be aware of the drop and add dates each semester. Please contact the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall, with questions regarding dropping and adding courses. It is also recommended that students consult with the Office of Student Aid and Scholarship, 1146 Pleasant Hall, 225/ , to discuss the impact of dropping courses on any financial aid and/or scholarships they may be receiving. Withdrawl W Policy Within the limits of the following table, W grades do not affect a student s GPA; however, an excessive number of W s reflects negatively on a student s record and involves substantial cost by way of tuition, books, room and board, and lost opportunities. Withdrawals cannot exceed the numbers allowed in the following table unless authorized by the dean of the student s college. Withdrawal allowances cannot be carried forward. A resignation will not count toward the number of drops permitted. TIER HOURS EARNED NUMBER OF WITHDRAWALS ALLOWED > 119 1

9 Resignation from the University Resignation is initiated by the student in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall. Students will not be allowed to resign from the university using their mylsu account. Students enrolled in student teaching must meet with the Coordinator of Field Experiences, 107 Peabody Hall, prior to submitting a resignation form. Excused Absences Policy Statement 22 (posted on the LSU website, governs university policy regarding absences: The course instructor will determine the validity of a student s reason(s) for absences and will assist those students who have valid reasons. Valid reasons for absences include: Illness, serious family emergency, special curricular activities such as judging trips or field trips, court-imposed legal obligations such as subpoenas or jury duty, military obligations, serious weather conditions, religious holidays, participation in varsity athletic competitions or university musical events. The student is responsible for providing documentation of the reason for the absence, if such is required by the instructor. Should the instructor and the student disagree over the validity of a reason for an absence; the student has the right to appeal the instructor s decision according to the general appeal procedure in Policy Statement 48 (posted on the LSU website, The dean of the College of Human Sciences & Education determines the validity of a student s reason for absence only in the case of group excuses for absences. Forms for requesting such approval are available in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall. Final Exams The final examination period will be comprised of six days (Monday through Saturday). Final examinations must be given during the published dates for the final examination period. Each semester the final exam schedule is posted on the Registrar s website ( registraroffice/). Students should consult the final exam schedule each semester to review the date and times of their exams. Students having three or more final exams, covering more than 7 hours of credit, in a 24 hours period may request permission to take no more than two exams on the day concerned. Students must contact the Office of Student Services by the last day to drop/resign for the semester in which the exams are being taken in order to initiate the reques that an exam be moved. A student who, because of illness or other valid reason, is absent from any final examination may take a special examination only with authorization of the dean of the student s college.

10 Concentrated Study Period The five-day period during the fall and spring semesters (Wednesday through Sunday) immediately preceding the week of final examinations will be set aside as a concentrated study period. During this time, no extracurricular student activities, such as social and athletic events, will be held on- or off-campus. There should be no required major examinations in academic courses, other than those considered laboratory courses. There should be no graded coursework counting more than 10% of a student s final grade. However, class projects placed on the syllabus within the first two weeks of class are exempt. Any exceptions to this policy must receive prior approval from the Office of Academic Affairs. If a professor has violated the concentrated study period guidelines, please report the instructor s name, course and section number, day and time of class, violation day and time and a summary of the problem to Student Government at or or visit the SG Office 324 Union. When reporting a violation, the student is not required to leave his/her name. Grade Appeals Appeals of final grades must be initiated by the student by requesting in writing or actually attending a meeting with the faculty member who assigned the grade at issue within 30 calendar days after the first day of classes in the next regular semester. Information on the grade appeal procedure is available in the General Catalog ( Incomplete I Grades An I grade can be assigned only for work of passing quality that is incomplete for reasons beyond a student s control. The student s instructor can assign an I grade only after authorization is received from the Dean of the College of Human Sciences & Education. In order to receive authorization, the student must report to the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall, and provide documentation verifying the circumstances that are preventing them from completing their work. I grades must be removed before the last day to add classes during the next regular semester (fall or spring) in which the student are in enrolled at LSU. Any I grade not removed by the last day to add of the next regular semester (fall or spring) in which the student is enrolled will be changed to a F. Generally, the College of Human Science & Education does not approve I grades when dropping classes is still an option. F Grades If a student receives an F in a course, they must repeat the course in the LSU System to receive credit and quality points for it. The student will not be allowed to take the same course for credit outside of the LSU system. Students who fail a course twice at LSU are not permitted to retake the course without approval from the Dean of the College of Human Sciences & Education through the Office of Student Services. Appeal forms are available in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall.

11 Baton Rouge Community College Cross-Enrollment Students must obtain approval from the dean of the College of Human Sciences & Education, for cross enrollment in courses at Baton Rouge Community College. Approved course work taken at BRCC will be recorded as transfer credit. Once a student has earned one-half of the credits required for a bachelor s degree, they will not be eligible to earn credit in this--or any other--two year college outside of the LSU System. Forms for requesting approval to cross enroll at BRCC are available in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall. Southern University Cross-Enrollment Students must obtain written approval from the dean of the College of Human Sciences & Education, for cross enrollment in courses at Southern University. Approved course work taken at Southern University will be recorded as transfer credit. Students will not be allowed to cross enroll in more than one course per semester at Southern University. Forms for requesting approval to cross enroll at Southern University are available in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall. Correspondence Courses Students are able to take up to one-fourth of the number of hours required for their bachelor s degree by correspondence study. During a regular semester students may be enrolled in no more than 19 semester hours of combined resident and correspondence credit (12 semester hours in the summer). All correspondence course work must be completed prior to the final semester of the program. This means that the Office of Independent Study must have posted receipt of all lessons and administration of all exams no later than the week prior to the first day of classes. It is required that teacher education majors complete all correspondence course work two semesters prior to student teaching. Residency Requirements Students are required to complete the final 25% of their program in residence on this campus. Participation in programs such as LSU Academic Programs Abroad, National Student Exchange, and Southern University Cooperative Programs, must be approved through the Office of Student Services. Exceptions to college requirements must be approved by the dean through the Office of Student Services. Forms are available in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody.

12 Comprehensive Academic Tracking System (CATS) The Comprehensive Academic tracking System (CATS) is designed to help students reach academic success at LSU and ensure that they are progressing toward graduation each semester. Each major has a Recommended Path, designed by the departmental faculty, which is the optimal path for graduation in four years. CATS checks students progress each semester by tracking them on critical requirements outlined in their Recommended Path and gives feedback when students are not meeting those requirements (LSU General Catalog). Students must meet the critical tracking requirements within the Recommended Paths to demonstrate minimal progress toward degree completion. Two assessments run during the semester to determine if students are making minimal academic progress in their degree programs. As a result of these assessments, students will receive an notification if they are not making minimal progress. This contains a link directing them to their mylsu account and the CATS Status Application (LSU General Catalog). Students who are not meeting minimal academic progress in their declared degree program will be required to meet with a counselor or advisor prior to scheduling for the upcoming semester. If a student is flagged for not making minimal progress in their major in two consecutive semesters, the student will have a hold placed on their registration, and the student is required to meet with an academic advisor to select a new major that is better aligned with the student s interests and abilities. College of Human Sciences & Education students are encouraged to closely review the Recommended Path for their respective major to ensure that they are meeting critical requirements each semester. Recommended Paths can be found on the Office of the University Registrar s website ( registrar) for all catalog years beginning with the version. Students are also encouraged to contact the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall, with any questions regarding CATS requirements. Request to Take Proficiency/Credit Exams Students are not allowed to schedule proficiency exams in courses that they have audited or in courses in which they have earned unsatisfactory grades. Proficiency exam requests must be approved by the department offering the course and by the dean of the College of Human Sciences & Education through the Office of Student Services. Forms are available in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall.

13 Petitioning for Appeal/Waiver Students have the right to petition for exceptions to a requirement, rule, and/or decision. A faculty or staff suggestion that a student submit a request should not be considered as support of such a request. A petition for exception will not be considered without a written request accompanied by specifics documenting the reason(s) for the request. Exceptions to University and/or college requirements will be authorized only with approval of the dean and/or the Office of Academic Affairs. The student will be contacted within ten working days as to the status of petition. Appeal forms are available in the Office of Student Services, 236 Peabody Hall. If you have questions about a particular policy, you are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Services (236 Peabody Hall, 225/ ) for clarification. You may also questions to

14 Human Resource Education School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development Tips for Human Resource Education Students There are multiple career paths for students pursuing degrees in Human Resource Education. Students are encouraged to consult the Career Information section the School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development website for information on career opportunities ( The degree in Human Resource Education requires the completion of an internship during the senior year. Students are encouraged to contact Human Resource Education faculty for information on internship requirements and approval of internship settings. This program strongly accentuates practical application of methods derived from education and training, and Human Resource Development research. Achieving organizational goals through current development practices receives strong emphasis as the student moves through the program. Practical experience through internships and the involvement of practicing professionals form the surrounding business and government community reinforces the accent on the application of Human Resource and Leadership Development knowledge. Students have the flexibility to tailor a course of study to meet career objectives. Important Links Please select each link below to access the website. College of Human Sciences & Education Office of Student Services School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development CATS Tracking and Recommended Path LSU General Catalog Many of the courses required for the Human Resource Education degree are offered once per year. It is recommended that students meet with an HSE counselor to discuss course offerings.

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