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High school students and transfer students who want to enroll in day classes at the Buffalo campus.


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Adult learners applying to our undergraduate or graduate degree programs at either our Buffalo or Rochester campuses.


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Adult learners applying to our online undergraduate or graduate degree programs.

Responsibilities of MOE & ALP Studentsnext

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Responsibilities of MOE Students

  • The non-traditional learning environment found in the online classroom makes some additional demands on its students.  These include:
  • Students must participate in all activities and contribute to all discussions.
  • Students are responsible for initiating contact with the instructor if they have missed a class, a test, or an assignment.
  • Students are responsible for acquiring and maintaining an adequate laptop computer and Internet access. Medaille will provide software and appropriate IT support.
  • Students are expected to comply with the policies and procedures outlined in this handbook.

Responsibilities of ALP Students

  • The non-traditional learning environments found in the Accelerated Learning Program makes some additional demands on its students.  These include:
  • Students should arrive at class (and at group meetings) fully prepared to participate and contribute to activities. 
  • Students are responsible for initiating contact with the instructor if they have missed a class, a test, or an assignment.
  • Students are responsible for acquiring and maintaining an adequate laptop computer.  Medaille will provide software, wireless Internet access, and appropriate IT support.
  • Students are expected to comply with the policies and procedures outlined in this section of the catalog.
  • Cohorts are encouraged to discuss and establish guidelines or operating principles that govern group-specific issues such as cell phone use and food in the classroom.  On the first session of each course, the cohort should review this discussion with the new instructor.

Responsibilities of Class Representatives

  • ALP Evening Program cohorts select a class representative early in its program.  The representative's duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Serving as spokesperson for the cohort in order to maintain a constructive dialogue with the Medaille College Accelerated Learning Program.
  • Welcoming new students to the group.
  • Facilitating the student's entry into an available learning team, if appropriate.
  • Developing and coordinating the use of the telephone contact chain for informing students of important information.
  • Assisting the class in organizing social events, as appropriate.
  • Attending periodic meetings as scheduled.
  • Assisting in the distribution of program-related materials and correspondence.
  • Contacting and assisting faculty members as needed.
  • Notifying Academic Services if the class does not convene as scheduled for any reason, or if the meeting location changes.
  • Providing contact information to expedite communication with the cohort.
  • Newly elected class representatives should contact Student Services for a brief training session.