Appropriate Classroom Behavior: Undergraduate

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All students shall be given the opportunity to learn in an environment that is free from noise, intrusions and disruptions. Students should remain attentive to the activities of the classroom and behave in a manner that allows others to be attentive. Noise must be avoided and includes, but is not limited to, beepers, cell phones, children, pets, side conversations among students, monopolization of conversation, reading newspapers and frequent getting up and down while class is in session. Faculty and students are mutually responsible for enforcing optimal classroom behavior and thus helping to create an appropriate learning environment for all.