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You will document your studies
through research papers, essays, outlines, reports, and testimonies, and
will send these assignments to your tutors each week via e-mail.
Submit assignments to your tutors
via e-mail by midnight each Thursday (unless the course pack or tutor
indicates a different deadline). Tutors will grade the assignments and
return them with comments and suggestions via e-mail.
Late assignments receive a 10
percent point deduction per day after the deadline, unless an adjusted
schedule has been agreed upon beforehand with your tutors.
A set of assignment checklists
accompanies each course pack. Complete the checklist and submit it with
the appropriate assignment. An assignment not accompanied by a checklist
is immediately returned and must be resubmitted.
Unexpected computer problems
are not an excuse for incomplete assignments. In the event that your computer
or e-mail service malfunctions, you are responsible to complete assignments,
inform your tutors of the problem, and determine a temporary alternative
to submitting your assignments (e.g., fax, another computer, or regular
If you anticipate an interruption in schedule, notify your tutors and
submit assignments early.
Submit extension requests at
least twenty-four hours prior to the date your assignment is due. Extensions
are normally given only for serious, unavoidable problems. The maximum
extension permitted for midterm exams is one week, and no extensions are
granted for final exams.
If called for jury duty, you
may ask to be
dismissed. Upon request, the Telos office will provide you with a student
status verification letter. If required to serve, you are responsible
to arrange an adjusted schedule with your tutors so that all work is completed
by semester end.
usage and layout
Use only Times New Roman and
Arial fonts, as other fonts may be changed in e-mail transmission. Margins
must be between one inch and one and one-quarter inches. Text should be
no smaller than twelve points and no larger than fourteen points (excluding
Only boldface and italics should
be used for emphasis or when punctuating a book title or other similarly
punctuated item. Do not use the underline option, distracting fonts, or
graphics. When completing a project that will be viewed by an audience,
refrain from using more than two fonts on the same page. Remember—the
goal of layout is to enhance the message and make the page readable and
inviting for the audience. Required spacing is 1.5 lines.
Unless otherwise noted, each
course requires a final exam. A few courses also require a midterm exam.
When all assignments are complete and submitted to your tutors, they will
send the exams with full instructions.
The midterm and final exams
are closed-book, closed-note tests, unless otherwise noted. A specific
amount of time is allotted for each exam, and a proctor should monitor
your work. The completed exams should be typed with no changes and submitted
to your tutors via e-mail.
Use of a Bible or a Bible software
program is permitted. Software is limited to only the Bible. Bible memory
on exams must be done without reference to Scripture.
time with the Lord
Throughout the semester, do
not substitute course work for personal time with the Lord. Continue a
daily time of personal devotions in order to maintain spiritual health
Complete all memory work in
the King James Version. Studies, essays, and other written assignments
should normally reference the KJV. Additional translations are permissible
Print a copy of your course
packs upon receipt and keep a hard copy of all work completed throughout
the course. These printed copies serve as personal records and backup
in case of technical problems.
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