The Moodle Nicholls management system has been implemented at Nicholls University. This system has replaced the older Blackboard system. The Spring 2012 semester will be the first to use Moodle exclusively. The new system has several advantages for students and faculty. Among these is its ease of use. It can also handle large amounts of content, such as e-books.
Students are Responsible for Evacuating Textbooks
In the event of a hurricane, Nicholls State University has a hurricane emergency plan. The plan includes strategies for mitigating damage to campus, evacuating students, and returning to campus after the storm has passed. The plans can be viewed on the university’s home page.
If a storm threatens the university, administrators should begin planning and communicating with students immediately. The university should post an alert on its LMS, official website, and email system. Students should also check their Nicholls Online websites for updates. This will give students a heads up that they should evacuate. If they can’t evacuate, they should contact their faculty for additional instructions.
If the campus is inaccessible due to a hurricane or other natural disaster, students should evacuate their textbooks and notify their Chief Academic Officer. Nicholls University is working to restore normalcy to the campus. If a storm is expected to cause major damage to the university, employees should contact their immediate supervisor or check Nicholls’ Web site to learn about evacuation procedures. After the storm passes, the Pre-Position team will return to the campus to establish a command center, begin the debris cleanup, and act to protect the university’s assets.
Moodle Nicholls Course with a Grade of “W”
If you want to withdraw from a Moodle Nicholls course, the best way to do so is to speak with an instructor, counselor, or advisor. Withdrawal is usually allowed up until the end of the tenth week of a semester, but there are some exceptions. For example, if you’re charged with an Academic Integrity Code violation, you may have to leave the course without a grade. There are also other restrictions, including for international students and for students enrolled in a specific academic program.
Withdrawal dates vary by school. Full-term classes don’t record official withdrawals for the first two weeks. You’ll need to check with your Student Class Program, Web Schedule Bill, or the Student Class Program app for the exact deadlines. If you’re planning to withdraw from a course after the second week, you should make sure that you’ve submitted all the necessary paperwork. You’re still unsure, you can ask your Academic Advisor about alternative course options. If you’re struggling to complete a course, you might be able to find tutoring to help you. However, some institutions do require that students earn a passing grade before they can officially withdraw.
If you wish to withdraw from a course with a grade of W. You must contact the instructor’s office and notify them of your decision. If you fail to do this, your course grade will changed to F. Despite the fact that you can withdraw from a course late. You’ll be responsible for paying the tuition and applicable fees for the course.