The collaboration of University of Manitoba professors and instructors is an important component of the Campus Life program. Without their continued support this program could not exist.
What can I expect on the first day of classes?
On the first day of class a tutor will accompany the student to class and introduce the student and ask for a volunteer note taker/class liaison. In some instances the tutor may also recruit a volunteer to help facilitate the student’s participation in the classroom.
How is the Campus Life student supported outside the classroom?
Outside of class the tutor will:
Where will the Campus Life student take the tests and exams?
Tests and exams can either be done in class or out of class with a tutor.
Some students opt to take the test or exam in a private space, whereas some students prefer to take the adapted version of test or exam in the classroom. Whether or not the student takes the test or exam in the classroom with the other students is your decision.
The coordinator and tutor will also determine the students’ readiness before a decision is made to take a test or exam in class.
How does the tutor adapt or modify assignments and exams?
Evaluation of the assignments and exams?
We understand the importance of maintaining the security of tests and exams provided to us. In addition, Campus Life follows the University of Manitoba regulations for auditing students. Under those regulations professors have no obligation to assign or mark the work of an auditing student.
We want students to have an authentic university experience. As a result, willing professors and instructors are asked to provide feedback or evaluate exams and assignments. Feedback is expected to enhance the academic growth of the Campus Life students while keeping in mind that the Campus Life students are auditing the course.