Student Rights and Responsibilities: Course Authentication and Participation Policy (CAPP)
CCCOnline Course Authentication and Participation Policy (CAPP)
To improve our overall program integrity, ensure that each student is doing his/her own work, and comply with our home colleges’ accreditation agencies, CCCOnline has implemented the following steps:
- Students will be reported by instructors as non-participants if, prior to census (Last Day to Drop a Course), required graded assignments were not submitted by the due date. Non-participating students will be dropped from the course as of the census date.
*Students dropped as non-participants will not be allowed to re-enroll.*
- To comply with federal regulations, some CCCOnline courses also use authentication software. If your course uses this software, you will receive a separate email from us, as well as information from your instructor once classes begin.
CCCOnline routinely monitors student login activities including Internet Protocol addresses (IP addresses). Students may be contacted by CCCOnline if we detect unusual login or IP address activity (e.g., a sudden change in host country location or multiple IP addresses within a short time frame) and asked to provide additional information or clarification about this activity.
**Please note that sharing login information or allowing any other person access to a student’s online course is a violation CCCOnline’s Academic Integrity Policy and students may be removed from their course.