Policies and Resources

Policies here apply to all ENG 100, ENG 200H, ENG 200 classes. 


Attendance Policy

To assist students in their transition to college responsibilities, an attendance policy limiting the number of permissible absences is in place.

Students are limited in the number of absences they are permitted for each course they are enrolled in. The allowable number of absences in the fall or spring term is equal to twice the meeting times per week (or four classes in any summer session).

For example, a student enrolled in a course that meets three times a week is permitted only six absences per term. A student exceeding the allowed number of absences will be reported to his or her dean.

Academic Dishonesty

As a Marianist, Catholic university committed to the education of the whole person, The University of Dayton expects all of its students to strive for excellence in scholarship and in character. Every student pledges to uphold the academic integrity of their own education and of the whole University of Dayton community, as well.

To maintain our academic integrity, students pledge to:

  1. Complete all assignments and examinations according to the guidelines provided to me by my instructors,
  2. Avoid plagiarism and any other form of misrepresenting someone else's work as my own,
  3. Adhere to the Standards of Conduct as outlined in the Academic Honor Code.


The Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center (LTC)

Located on the ground floor of the Roesch Library, the LTC aims to foster a culture of transformational learning through professional and leadership development, educational technologies, and student learning support.

A diverse range of programs, services, and resources are provided to all students to maximize learning and academic achievement


The LTC's Office of Learning Resources is a learning resource for students, parents, faculty, and staff at the University of Dayton. OLR offers a wide variety of information and services to help everyone become a successful learner.

Learning and studying resources available to students include:

  • Academic Coaching
  • Tutoring
  • Supplemental Instruction
  • Global Learning Support
  • Disability Services
  • The Write Place
The KNowledge Hub

The Knowledge Hub is a collaboration between the University Libraries and LTC Write Place—enables you to conveniently work with writing consultants and research librarians in the same space, helping you to address your writing and research concerns more quickly.

The Write Place offers FREE peer writing support on any writing assignment and at any stage of the writing process to all UD students. The Write Place is not a proofreading service but rather provides you an opportunity to get concrete feedback on the content, organization, and mechanics of your writing. To help make sessions productive, you should bring your assignment sheet and any draft of your paper.

Hours of operation for both services are as follows:

Research Support

  • Monday- Wednesday from 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Thursdays from 11 a.m.-5pm
  • Fridays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Sundays from 4-8 p.m.

Writing Support

  • Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Fridays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Sundays from 4-8 p.m.
online services

You may receive feedback on writing assignments by submitting a paper for review through Isidore. You should go to your Isidore homepage and select “Write Place” from the left-hand navigation menu. A Write Place consultant will spend 30 minutes reviewing an assignment and will provide feedback within 48 hours. You will be notified via email when your paper is ready for your review. Visit Isidore >

For more information about research support, visit the library help services: Help Desk >  or email the Library's Knowledge Hub > 

For more information about writing support, visit the Write Place online or contact by email.


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