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SCCP Student Policies 2014-15. Cathy Worrall, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs MUSC Campus Amy Grant, Assistant Dean for Student Services USC Campus. Academic Bulletin. Contains all SCCP student policies

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sccp student policies 2014 15

SCCP Student Policies 2014-15

Cathy Worrall, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

MUSC Campus

Amy Grant, Assistant Dean for Student Services USC Campus

academic bulletin
Academic Bulletin
  • Contains all SCCP student policies
  • All incoming P1 students required to read prior to orientation and sign-off that they read and understand these policies
  • All students are expected to read and understand updated Academic Bulletin annually
sccp academic accomodations policy
SCCP Academic Accomodations Policy
  • Which of the following statements is false?
    • The Dean’s office is responsible for confirming that each course coordinator has received documentation of their academic accommodation prior to the first exam
    • The students must discuss exam accommodations with the course coordinator at least 7 business days in advance of the regularly scheduled exam
    • Exams will be taken during the regularly scheduled exam time, if possible
    • The exam will be administered using the same format as the entire class (paper or computer) unless the accommodation specifies otherwise
academic policies
Academic Policies
  • Which answer below incorporates all earned grades requiring a course to be repeated:

A. F or U

B. D, F or U

C. D+, D, F or U

academic policies1
Academic Policies
  • A student that earns an F or U in a pre-requisite course cannot take the next course in the sequence.
  • True
  • False
progression policy
Progression Policy
  • Which of the following courses is not considered a sequence course in the fall P1 curriculum?

A. Foundations of Pathophysiology & Pharmacology

B. Foundations of Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Pharmacogenomics

C. Dosage Forms and Drug Delivery Systems

D. Pharmaceutical Biochemistry

progression policy1
Progression Policy
  • The number of course deficiencies during an academic year that will result in dismissal from the pharmacy program is:

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

progression policy2
Progression Policy
  • The maximum number of courses a student can retake during summer school is:

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

progression policy3
Progression Policy
  • The number of times a student can repeat a required course is:

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

progression policy4
Progression Policy
  • What are the extracurricular consequences if a student earns a course deficiency during the academic year?
    • None if the deficiency is cleared during summer school
    • The student must resign from all leadership positions

during the semester following the deficiency

C. The student may not participate in any extracurricular

activities for the following semester

D. The student may not participate in any extracurricular

activities for the following academic year

academic petitions
Academic Petitions
  • The number of days a student has to submit a petition to be heard by the Scholastic Standing & Petitions Committee from the date the student receives notification of their deficiency, suspension, or dismissal is:

A. 3 calendar days

B. 5 calendar days

C. 7 calendar days

D. 10 calendar days

exam policies
Exam Policies
  • Which statement below is false?
    • Students are required to notify the course coordinator of a malfunctioning laptop upon entering the exam room
    • Grade sanctions for students arriving late to an exam are specified in each course syllabus
    • Students who are repeatedly late for exams will be referred to the Professionalism Committee.

D. No examination materials (including scratch paper) may leave

the room during an exam or exam review

E. The only items allowed at the student’s desk are a pencil, scratch paper, privacy screen and laptop

honor code
Honor Code
  • Which of the following is an honor code violation?
    • Lying
    • Cheating
    • Stealing
    • Tolerating others who lie, cheat or steal
    • All of the above
dress code
Dress Code
  • Professional dress is mandatory for all of the following except:
    • All classes
    • All practice laboratories
    • All introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences
    • All professional events where students are representing the SCCP
dress code1
Dress Code
  • Sanctions for inappropriate dress may include:
    • Warning by a faculty member or preceptor
    • Grade reduction
    • Immediate dismissal from rotation
    • All of the above
professional standards
Professional Standards
  • All of the following are expected professional behaviors except:
    • Attendance
    • Punctuality
    • Respect
    • Honesty & Integrity
    • Entitlement
social media
Social Media
  • Which of the following actions is not forbidden by the SCCP Professionalism Policy?
    • Discussing your personal health information
    • Discussing the personal health information of other individuals
    • Reporting private academic information of another student
    • Accessing another person’s online accounts without his/her permission
social media1
Social Media
  • Strongly discouraged actions include:
    • Unprofessional displays of vulgarity through written comments, photos, and/or affiliations
    • Unprofessional displays of photos or language that condone the irresponsible use of alcohol, substance abuse, or sexual promiscuity
    • Posting of unprofessional material on another individual’s website
    • Display of any language that degrades or disrespects patients, faculty & staff, or students
    • All of the above
procedures for professionalism policy violations
Procedures for Professionalism Policy Violations
  • Who can report a student for unprofessional behavior?
    • A student
    • A faculty member or preceptor
    • A staff member
    • Any individual associated with the College’s academic programs
    • All of the above
procedures for professionalism policy violations1
Procedures for Professionalism Policy Violations
  • Which of the following is not a consequence of being placed on professional conduct probation?
    • Ineligible for active membership in a professional fraternity
    • Ineligible for College scholarships
    • Ineligible for leadership positions
    • Ineligible for professional development funding through the College
procedures for professionalism policy violations2
Procedures for Professionalism Policy Violations
  • Students may appeal a decision to suspend or dismiss the student to the:
    • Assistant Dean for Student Affairs/Services
    • Campus Dean
    • Scholastic Standing and Petitions Committee
    • Student Grievance Committee
student arrest policy
Student Arrest Policy
  • All arrests or convictions must be reported to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs/Services within how many university business days of the event?
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • Don’t have to report
criminal background checks
Criminal Background Checks
  • SCCP may provide the results of Criminal Background Checks to:
    • USC Campus Office of Student Judicial Program
    • MUSC Campus Dean’s Office
    • South Carolina Board of Pharmacy
    • Experiential rotation practice sites
    • All of the above
chemical impairment policy
Chemical Impairment Policy
  • Potential sanctions for students suspected of chemical impairment may include all of the following except:
    • Referral for immediate drug screen
    • Suspension from experiential rotations
    • Exclusion from all College/University social functions
    • Dismissal from the pharmacy program
student grievance policies
Student Grievance Policies
  • If you are experiencing a problem with any member of the college’s faculty or administration, who should you address the problem with first?
    • The individual you have the problem with
    • That individual’s supervisor
    • The Campus Dean
    • The Executive Dean
severe weather policy
Severe Weather Policy
  • What is the best way to find out if classes are cancelled due to severe weather?
    • Call the Dean’s office
    • Call the Director of Communications
    • Check the University website for your home campus
    • Forget about school….go buy bread, milk, and batteries instead