Please see the following below for our Assignments Policy:
Submitting all assigned work in each course is critical for successfully completing the Escoffier Online program. Assignments are due at the time and date specified in the assignment. Anything that is graded within a course is due by 11:59:59 PM CT and is one (1) day late if it is submitted at 12:00:00 AM CT the following day.
Late Assignment Policy
All late work must be submitted within two (2) days of the assignment due date. If an assignment or project is submitted late, the maximum possible grade value will decrease to 85% of original value. No credit will be given for any assignment if it is more than two (2) days late.
Should a student turn in any assignment past the end of the session, no credit will be given; therefore no late work will be accepted for any work due in week twelve (12).
An Incomplete grade may only be given with permission of the CAO. Please see Academic Catalog.
Students are expected to meet all deadlines. Extensions may only be given at the instructor's discretion, in the event of certain unforeseen circumstances. Students must communicate to the instructor if unforeseen circumstances arise, prior to the due date of any academic activity, or as soon as reasonably possible. If a student fails to communicate to the instructor prior the due date, the student may not receive an extension. Students who know they won't be available to complete academic activities when they're assigned should let their instructor know, and complete those assigned activities ahead of time.
Requests for extensions will be handled accordingly:
1. If a notice of a legitimate need for an extension is received a week or more in advance, the situation will be addressed on a case by case basis.
2. If an unforeseen circumstance such as death of a family member, illness, injury, or family emergency results in a missed due date for any assignment, project, quiz, or exam, documentation to validate the circumstance may need to accompany any request for an extension. Contact your instructor to determine what, if any, documentation is necessary.