Exclusion from a Course

A student who neglects any course may, after written warning by the instructor, be excluded from the course by the instructor. Exclusion from a course is equivalent in all respects to failing it. A notation of EXLD (excluded) on the transcript indicates that the student was not permitted to continue in the course and received no credit. Students may not withdraw from a course from which they have been excluded. Students excluded from a course are denied any right to further course evaluation, including final and make-up examinations.