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We make it easy to purchase the textbooks for all of your online courses. Most of your textbook needs can be met at Davis College Christian Bookstore.
Please contact Davis College Bookstore:
Most of the online textbooks are available for pickup at the bookstore. They are also willing to ship these books anywhere in the country or even internationally.
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Admissions Requirements: Davis College admissions requirements for students taking online courses are generally the same as for students enrolled in onsite courses. The primary exceptions are that the physical and health requirements for off-campus online-only students are waived.
Doctrinal Statement: Students applying to online courses must read and signify (either by signature or web based prompt) that they have read and understand our doctrinal statement and are aware that all courses will be taught from a Bible-based Christian perspective.
Registration: Although we encourage students to apply for one of our degree programs, you may enroll in an individual course without being admitted to a degree program. Otherwise, you must meet the same entrance requirements as our degree program students.
Students on academic probation will not be allowed to take online courses. A student must be off academic probation for a minimum of one semester before enrolling in an online course.
Academic Advising: We do not provide tutorial assistance for students taking online courses, however, academic advising regarding course selection is available for degree students only. Students may contact the Office of Academic Affairs at (607) 729-1581 x 338.
Spring A: January 20 – March 9
Spring B: March 3 – April 27
DOL courses run for eight weeks. Each week consists of lessons, discussion boards, activities and assignments. Discussing current topics with classmates from all over the world provides unique, in-depth online classroom participation. DOL students will be given a Davis email account that must be accessed in order to attend an online course. The professors will email the students before the course begins an invitation into the course through his or her Davis email account.
The nature of these courses requires that the student interact with the material, professor and other students on a weekly basis. Because of this, it is difficult to achieve the fullest experience in this learning environment when assignments are late. If unable to complete an assignment on time, the student must contact the instructor immediately by email to make arrangements for the completion of that assignment. Assignments that are submitted after the due date without appropriate excuse and pre-approval will receive the following deductions: Assignments submitted after the due date will receive a 10% deduction. Assignments submitted more than one week late receives a 20% deduction. Assignments submitted after two weeks late or after the final due date of the class will not be accepted without documentation of extenuating circumstances. Based on the Davis on-campus course attendance policy, students missing more than 21 consecutive days of participation will receive a failing grade due to non-participation.
The student is responsible to contact the Registrar’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) in writing if withdrawing from a course. The written notification must be received by the date(s) specified in the withdrawal portion of the online term schedules. Due to the shorter time frame of online courses, students will be given a VWD (Voluntary Withdrawal – Simple Drop) if the drop a class within three weeks of the course start date. Only final letter grades (e.g. A through F) will be issued after the three week point.