Provide documentation to support the request, eg. Absence Declaration from ACORN, medical
Please note: You must complete the Request for Special Consideration form within 2 business
days of the missed midterm/test/ assignment due date.
Students who do not submit their requests and documentation within 2 days may be given a grade
of 0 (zero) on the missed course deliverable.
There will be
midterm test and the RIT Case Performance. Students who miss the
regular midterm test and/or the RIT Case Performance for valid documented reasons with an
approval will have their grades re-allocated to their final exam.
All assignments are due on the date and at the time specified in Quercus. Late submissions will
normally be penalized by 10% if the assignment is not received on the specified date, at the
specified time. A further penalty of 10% will be applied to each subsequent day.
Students who know ahead of time that they will be unable to submit an assignment by its deadline
due to reasons beyond their control should speak to the instructor about possible extension.
Without a pre- approved extension, you must follow the steps above for a missed assignment or
you may receive a late penalty or 0 (zero) on a late assignment.
Statement on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
The University of Toronto is committed to equity, human rights and respect for diversity. All
members of the learning environment in this course should strive to create an atmosphere of
mutual respect where all members of our community can express themselves, engage with each
other, and respect one another's differences. U of T does not condone discrimination or
harassment against any persons or communities.
Commitment to Accessibility
The University is committed to inclusivity and accessibility, and strives to provide support for, and
facilitate the accommodation of, individuals with disabilities so that all may share the same level
of access to opportunities and activities offered at the University.
If you require accommodations for a temporary or ongoing disability or health concern, or have
any accessibility concerns about the course, the classroom or course materials, please
or visit the
Accessibility Services website
for more information as soon as
possible. Obtaining your accommodation letter may take up to several weeks, so get in touch with
them as soon as possible. If you have general questions or concerns about the accessibility of
this course, you are encouraged to reach out to your instructor, course coordinator, or
Academic Integrity is a fundamental value essential to the pursuit of learning and scholarship at
the University of Toronto. Participating honestly, respectfully, responsibly, and fairly in this
academic community ensures that the U of T degree that you earn will continue to be valued and
respected as a true signifier of a student's individual work and academic achievement. As a result,
the University treats cases of academic misconduct very seriously.