Any student who has suppressed their directory information, as permitted by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Student Code, should identify themselves to the instructor as soon as possible, to ensure protection of the privacy of their attendance in this course. See https://registrar.illinois.edu/academic-records/ferpa/ for more information about FERPA.
To obtain disability-related academic adjustments and/or auxiliary aids, students with disabilities must contact the course instructor and the Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) as soon as possible, and in particular at least one week before accomodations are actually required.
If you are concerned that a disability-related condition may be impacting your academic progress, DRES offers psychological/neuropsychological assessments for students who have had no prior diagnosis and are experiencing significant academic distress.
Illinois law requires the University to reasonably accommodate its students’ religious beliefs, observances, and practices in regard to admissions, class attendance, and the scheduling of examinations and work requirements. You should examine this syllabus at the beginning of the semester for potential conflicts between course deadlines and any of your religious observances. If a conflict exists, please notify the instructors of the conflict at least one full week before accommodations are required, and follow the procedure at https://odos.illinois.edu/community-of-care/resources/students/religious-observances/ to request appropriate accommodations.