201.02 Each member of the faculty who teaches a course in the Core Curriculum has the responsibility of explaining the objectives of the core curriculum and discussing how the course contributes to the attainment of the objectives. A faculty member who does not subscribe to the objectives should not teach a core course.
201.03 Faculty members should define for the student their standards of proper academic conduct; what assistance is permissible in the preparation of reports, term or research papers, and outside projects, including policies for the use of materials prepared by the student for other courses and standards of academic honest on tests.(see Section 207 "Cheating and Plagiarism." )
201.04 Faculty members should promptly return written tests and reports to students for review. Unless final examinations are returned to students, faculty members should keep such examinations on file for at least one year and allow each student to review his or her paper upon request.
201.05 Faculty members with instructional responsibility must
students to evaluate the course and quality of instruction in the final
of classes. For more detail on the evaluation form and