It is the responsibility of all students enrolled in the ELI to meet the academic requirements set forth by the program. Students should anticipate 2.5 hours of course meeting per course each well as well as additional assignments to be completed outside of class. All students should have skills or work to develop skills in intentional time management, positive study habits, and organization. As this is an intensive English language program, students should be prepared to meet this workload.
Students are required to attend all course meetings and arrive on time for the beginning of the session. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the professor prior to the missed class to ask for work. In the event of an emergency, it is the responsibility to contact the professor as soon as possible. If you fail to notify the professor prior to the class meeting, the Director of the ELI will be alerted.
Students are encouraged to seek support from various resources as needed. Faculty and staff of the ELI are additionally available to provide support to students as necessary.
- Available on campus to support you with tutoring, writing assistance, study skills, academic/ cultural adjustment, and other areas of need.
- Available on campus to provide a basic level of medical care services to students.
- Available on campus to provide free and confidential mental health services to students.
If it is determined a student is not meeting the academic expectations of the course and level specific SLOs through their performance on course assessments, the student will be contacted by the Director of the ELI. The probation policy can be found in further detail here. Please note that this is in addition to the academic and behavior expectations of Roberts Wesleyan University.