All Rowan College South Jersey Student Policies apply to these courses and can be found in the current RCSJ Catalog. In addition, it is highly recommended that students review the Student Rights and Responsibilities Policies, comprised of approved Rowan College Board of Trustees Policies, which are located in both the RCSJ Catalog and the RCSJ Student Handbook.
Students attain maximum academic benefit through regular class attendance. Nothing else yet has been discovered to replace in value the daily, cumulative, educational growth that results from regular participation in class. This is especially true where ideas, concepts, points of view, social development, poise, confidence, knowledge and success derive from the interaction of students and faculty.
Therefore, students are expected to attend all class sessions for which they are scheduled. The effect of absences on student grades will be determined by each instructor, consistent with his or her stated policy provided in course outlines.
For Cumberland Campus: Technical Support is located on campus to help students and employees who are experiencing technical issues with accessing web-systems such as email, WebAdvisor/Self-Service, Blackboard, Starfish, or logging on to the network or any other issues with on-campus technology.
Technical Support HoursPlease visit our Hours of Operation page to view the Technical Support Hours.
For Gloucester Campus: Technical Support is located on campus to help students who are experiencing technical issues with accessing the portal or email, logging on to the network or any other issues with on-campus computers.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 856-415-2298 option 1Technical Support HoursPlease visit our Hours of Operation page to view the Technical Support Hours.If you are unable to log into the portal to complete a request, you may request support by clicking the link below and completing the Request Technical Support form.
Request Technical Support
Accessibility Blackboard explains that it "is committed to ensuring that our e-Education platform is usable and accessible. To fulfill this promise, we are continually auditing our code and user interface design techniques to ensure that our applications are usable by everyone, to the greatest extent possible, regardless of age, ability or situation. Blackboard measures and evaluates accessibility levels using two sets of standards: Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act issued from the United States federal government and the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)."
Technology Expectation Statement
All students are provided access to various information technology resources including computers in selected classrooms and Open Computer Labs, email accounts, and Internet connectivity. In lecture classes, there are many options for adapting course content to enhance student learning. Most face-to-face courses offered at the College include lectures, discussions, demonstrations, presentations, and projects as components of the course. Additional work beyond the scheduled course hours is necessary to fulfill the course requirements. Students will be required to use College technology resources; students can be required to use eLearning and/or publisher online materials to complete assignments and communicate with instructors where the course syllabi establish such requirements. Students will be responsible for utilizing the technology resources and will be governed by the Student Code of Conduct (Board Policy 8007) and the Acceptable use of Technology Resources (Administrative Procedure 4001)
Academic and Support Services
For Academic and Support services at the Cumberland Campus please visit: Computer Labs at Cumberland