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CGHS Student Resources (Canvas)

Catalog and Student Handbook

Each student is responsible for reading and complying with the polices in the

APA Requirement

American Psychological Association (APA) is the writing format that will be used predominantly in all courses.  It is important to learn how to properly format scholarly work as this enhances communication and provides a standardized approach to scholarly writing.  APA includes writing style and format related to grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, headings, title page, quotes and referencing.

Complete APA formatting cannot be done within Canvas.  When posting in discussions, blogs, wikis, and other Canvas tools, you will not be able to do hanging indents, double spacing, or page headers/footers.  However, it is still required to provide correct citations and references.

All students are required to have the following textbook:

Additional APA Resources can be found at the University Writing Center's website.

Note: The APA format used in the syllabus and in Canvas may not be correct.  It is modified to give you more information on the resource and to meet Canvas guidelines.

Earning Grades

Grades will be posted within 96 hours of the due date.  Point assignments, due dates, learning activities, assessments, and other information specific to each course are outlined in the course syllabus.

Assessments contributing to a student's final grade in a course can be viewed in the course syllabus and the grade book within the learning management system. Please refer to the CGHS section  of the A.T. Still University Catalog for final grade definitions.

Courses at CGHS have a total of 1000 graded points, with the exception of dissertation and project courses. For more information on grades, see the Grades page.

Late Assignment Policy

Late work is not accepted without prior approval of your instructor. Failure to obtain approval before the due date may result in a 0 for the assignment.

In the event you are unable to submit work to Canvas by the deadline, you must

  1. notify your instructor through the Canvas messaging system and attach your assignment; and
  2. open a ticket with IT by calling 1-800-626-2200.  Be sure to keep the ticket number as documentation the issue has been reported.

Once the IT issue has been resolved, you should then submit your work through Canvas for grading.

Course Materials

The materials available in all courses are copyrighted and are for educational use only.  Redistribution of copyrighted material is prohibited.

Publication

Any current or future work that is accepted for publication in any forum (journal, book, website) based on work completed in any courses must include acknowledgement of A.T. Still University, and possible authorship for any faculty members who contributed significantly to the final paper or scholarly work.