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CS 233 moves fast! All class material is available to all students (even unregistered students) immediately. We cannot accommodate missed deadlines for students who register late, because you can access all course materials and can submit everything on time.
In case you are not already registered or have any questions regarding your registration status, please check here first: Registration FAQ.
We will use Campuswire for announcements and Q&A. Use code 0183 to add the course. Please read the pinned posts (You may need to click “View all”) and direct all questions there.
Zoom rooms for sections
Take a closer look at the expectations for your submissions, and our policies for all assignments here
For more information on the FAIR system, please take a look at our FAQ here
Our hope is that every student can succeed and thrive in the course. We will gladly support any accommodations we can in accordance with campus policy (for more info). We understand that college and life in general can become super stressful for every student (We’re no exception!). We’re aware that it can be embarrassing or difficult at times to request needed accommodations. Please know that we want to help and that we sincerely invite you to request any support you need, even if you do not yet have a DRES accommodation letter. The best accommodations are ones that we know about in a timely manner. Our experience is that delayed requests only create more stress and anxiety for you. To best help you, we have a policy that you must request accommodations for non-extenuating circumstance before due date of an assignment. Our intention behind this policy is to encourage you to come talk to us early and often. We want you to succeed and thrive!
If you have an accommodation for taking quizzes, please fill out this form in addition to sending your DRES accommodation to Prof. Herman.