To be successful in the Western Michigan University CELCIS program, it is important that students understand the policies and expectations of the program. CELCIS policies are outlined below and in the CELCIS student handbook. If a student is not sure about the meaning of these rules, he or she should ask a CELCIS instructor or staff member for more information.
Academic honesty—Academic honesty standards used in CELCIS and at Western Michigan University.
Admission to WMU—English qualifications for admission to WMU, dual enrollment.
Attendance—CELCIS attendance requirements, class grade adjustments for absences, course withdrawal procedure.
Enrollment—Signing up for classes and dual enrollment.
Grading—How CELCIS grades are determined, honor roll requirements.
Placement—Placement and level change, part-time enrollment, UNIV 1010 and 1020.
Probation—Probation and dismissal from program.
Promotion—Grade requirements to advance levels.
Solving problems—Procedure for addressing your concerns (class, grade, level, program, personal, etc.).