Course policies reflect your pedagogical values and guide your students’ behavior in and out of the classroom. In agreement with best practices for teaching and learning, and Georgia Tech policies and regulations (regulation VI.I.1), there are six types of policies that should be articulated in your syllabus. Click on the items below for more guidance about how to incorporate these policies into your course and your syllabus, and to see example syllabus policies. For more information on Georgia Tech teaching-related policies, visit our Basic Rules and Regulations page.
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 While you can provide certain accommodations without recommendations from the Office of Disability Services, we recommend that you request documentation in order to determine which accommodations are best for the student.
 Note that current university policy affords students a makeup exam option when they have three or more exams scheduled in a twenty-four hour period.