Custodian of Policy: Provost
Relevant Minnesota State System Policy: Board Policy 3.22
Effective Date: Fall 2016
Last Review: Fall 2015
Next Review: 2022
The course syllabus is prepared to clearly notify students of course content, course requirements, and course expectations. Each student enrolled in a course shall be provided a course syllabus during the first week of class. For courses offered in a condensed format, the timeframe for distribution will be adjusted accordingly.
Intellectual Property Rights: The syllabus remains the intellectual property of the professor.
Syllabus: A syllabus is a summary of the main points of a course and includes the following required and optional elements:
Required Syllabus Elements:
Acts of sexual violence are intolerable. MSUM expects all members of the campus community to act in a manner that does not infringe on the rights of others. We are committed to eliminating all acts of sexual violence.
MSUM faculty and staff are concerned about the well-being and development of our students. We are obligated to share information with the MSUM Title IX Coordinator in certain situations to help ensure that the students’ safety and welfare is being addressed, consistent with the requirements of the law. These disclosures include but are not limited to reports of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.
If you have experienced or know someone who has experienced sexual violence, services and resources are available. You may also choose to file a report. For further information, contact Lynn Peterson, Title IX Coordinator, email@example.com; 218.477.2967, or Ashley Atteberry, Director of Student Conduct & Resolution; firstname.lastname@example.org, 218.477.2174; both located in Flora Frick 153. Additional information is available at: www.mnstate.edu/titleix
Faculty members use course syllabi to organize class information and communicate the instructor's plan for conducting the course. A course syllabus helps clarify course goals and objectives, assessment and evaluation standards, grading policies, and student responsibilities associated with the course. Students use course syllabi as guides to student learning and course expectations.