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Online Degrees and Certificates
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Students are expected to meet conduct standards outlined in the Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. Section V. subsection G. refers to discipline related to online or distance education.
Are you taking a Math or English class that requires a prerequisite or an assessment before you can register or attend the class? Visit the Assessment Center's webpage for the testing schedule.
Student Complaint Process
Cabrillo College extends to all students the right to petition for readdress of grievance. The right to petition may be initiated at any time when the student has a grievance against any college employee, policy or procedure at Cabrillo. The Pre-Grievance Problem Resolution Procedure is outlined in section VI. E. of the Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. The primary goal of this procedure is to produce a mutually acceptable solution to the student’s complaint as soon as possible and at the lowest administrative level possible.
A student's conduct in an online learning environment must conform to those acceptable standards for all students as outlined in the Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. Unacceptable conduct includes, but is not limited to the following:
Distance Education Program Mission Statement
The mission of the Cabrillo College Distance Education Program is to extend access to new populations and to serve students who need flexibility in time and location in order to meet career and transfer goals, degree requirements, life-long learning goals and develop basic skills. The program emphasizes working effectively in technology-mediated environments, promoting information literacy, and student learning outcomes.