1. Right of access to scheduled class meetings and appropriate instructional and support services.
  2. Right to a syllabus describing course objectives; evaluation procedures; major course requirements such as term papers, book reviews, field trips and reports; and rules of attendance, grading, and conduct.
  3. Right to have instruction that begins promptly; is presented in a clear and concise manner; and provides relevant, structured activities consistent with the contact hour requirement of the course.
  4. Right to be treated in a humane, ethical, fair and unbiased manner, both in the classroom and in all communication and contact with the instructor.