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Course Syllabus Information

Rights, Responsibilities, and Procedures

Information on Rights, Responsibilities, and Procedures is located on A-B Tech's website at the following link: Current Catalog.  Specific items can be located in the 2019-20 Catalog on the following pages:

  • Student Rights and Responsibilities are located on pages 42-76
  • Code of Student Conduct is located on pages 53-56
  • Code of Classroom Conduct is located on page 53
  • Academic Procedures (including class attendance, schedule adjustments, etc.) are located on pages 78-84
  • Academic & Student Support Services are located on pages 85-89
  • Inclement Weather is located on page 90

Academic Learning Center

The Academic Learning Center (ALC) provides free tutoring services to A-B Tech students. Tutoring is available on a drop-in basis Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, and on Fridays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm for most courses in Math and Science.  Accounting tutoring is also available Monday  through Thursday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  

The ALC is a supportive, friendly environment where students are encouraged to learn independently. Tutors cannot provide answers for assignments/tests however; they can help students learn the skills needed to complete homework. Students should talk with their instructor or stop by the ALC in Ferguson 114, 116 and 118.  Additional information can be located at the following link: Academic Learning Center.

Student Course Evaluation Overview

A complete overview of the student course evaluation process and how evaluations are used can be located at the following link: Student Course Evaluation Overview.

A-B Tech’s General Education Student Learning Outcomes

The following are the expected competencies students will develop:

  • Students will critically evaluate information
    • Students will demonstrate information literacy
    • Students will critique works of human expression
    • Students will analyze scientific literature
  • Students will solve problems
    • Students will identify processes
    • Students will analyze problems
    • Students will interpret results
    • Students will recommend appropriate strategies or solutions
  • Students will effectively communicate
    • Students will communicate appropriately for the subject
    • Students will communicate appropriately for the audience
    • Students will communicate appropriately for the medium

Records and Retention

Students should print a copy of the syllabus for each course they are enrolled in or download and retain an electronic version. If you transfer to a private college or university, or one that is out of North Carolina, you may need to provide a copy of the syllabus to receive credit. In the RECORDS RETENTION & DISPOSITION SCHEDULE, COLLEGES IN THE NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM, ( North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and Records, Government Records Section, May 15, 2019), section 4.5, CLASS REPORTS FILE, files or documents such as a syllabus, will not be retained longer than 5 years (p. 26).