From: [dean's name]
Our records indicate that you have not been in recent attendance. This is
in violation of our attendance policy. Please contact me at
[dean's name]@phx.devry.edu or stop into the academics office so that we can
futher discuss this matter.
Um? I've been to every class, and most of the labs. Namely, I missed the first lab which was before class on the first day of school, which is generally optional, and proved to be not only content-free, but also teacher-free, and also forgot to swipe my ID card through the attendance machine for another lab. That was it. This is a five credit class, so I should not be looked at sideways by anyone but the teacher for two lab absences, even though the lab absences were not actual missing of material.
Then I realized. What are the odds that my schedule was entered incorrectly? Very good, given that I was enrolled for the e-College course that I actually wasn't taking, and hadn't been on the original class list for the class I was supposed to be taking...
Hi, this is Joan [last name], [school ID number].
I have been attending my CIS 410 class, which is the
only class that I should be enrolled in. If I am not
attending CIS 321 (3-something, taught by Professor
Sheldon), I was enrolled in this by error and it
should not have made it to the final schedule.
Never mind that I'm actually a Computer Information Systems student, not Business any more, not for the last year or two...
Thank you for responding. I will correct your records.
(602) xxx-xxxx ext. xxx
I am only to hope that this will clear things up.