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  Mason Gross School of the Arts 2020-2022 Graduate Programs in Theater Arts Information and Regulations for All Graduate Theater Arts Students Attendance in Conservatory Classes  

Attendance in Conservatory Classes


Absence from any theater class is problematic. In the event that an absence is unavoidable, the student must advise the faculty member in advance of the absence. In addition, it is the student's responsibility to discuss the absence with the instructor to determine whether the absence is excused. In some cases, the department may require documentation before excusing an absence. Absences due to illness or family emergency are generally excused.

Students are responsible for making up any missed work and being properly prepared for the next class.

In the Department of Theater Arts, unexcused absences are not permitted in any class. One unexcused absence will result in a drop of grade for the final grade. Three late arrivals are equal to one unexcused absence.

Excessive absences, even if excused, may result in the student being withdrawn from class.

Students may use the University Absence Reporting Website: https://sims.rutgers.edu/ssra. This will generate an email to the instructor informing him or her of the absence. It is the student's responsibility to discuss absences with the instructor before the absence.

 
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