CEVT 1000 Course Syllabus
CEVT 1000 (all sections) Course Syllabus
Dr. Dale Savidge (Theatre)
CEVT Syllabus Overview:
You may only receive credit once for an event in any
semester; credit is not given for attending the same event twice - this
includes off campus events. Only 1 (one) off campus event will count per
semester; 2 of your 3 events must be satisfied on campus. Exceptions are made
for students fulfilling internships outside the Upstate SC area or summer
school students. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details if you are an intern. All
CEVT events must be attended during the semester in which you are registered
for CEVT 1000.
Your Full Name:
The event must be approved 2 weeks prior to the date of attendance. Approval of an event will be e-mailed to you. Either print a hard copy of your request and bring it to the CEVT office (School of Theatre building near Einsteins) or email the above information to email@example.com
Off campus CEVT credit is not available for:
If the event is approved please bring a copy of that approval email with the ticket and program to the CEVT office (School of Theatre building near Einsteins). In order to receive credit for something you attended off campus you must submit proof of attendance to the CEVT office (School of Theatre building near Einsteins). If you attend a performance off campus that has been approved in advance you need to bring both the ticket and program, with your full name on both, to the CEVT office.
All CEVT event credits are due by 5:00 pm on the last day of classes of every
semester. For Fall 2014 the deadline is Thursday, December 4, 2014 by 5:00 pm.
Denim pants, athletic apparel and shorts are not acceptable.
Students not adhering to the dress code will not be allowed to enter a cultural event.
Campus guests are welcome to attend any of our events (tickets may be required for guests – see web site for details) – the dress code does not necessarily apply to guests; however, knowing the normal attire at social and cultural functions is beneficial to all involved.
If you thought you were passing but received an "F" in CEVT 1000, e-mail your full name and the name of the three events you attended this semester to the CEVT office: firstname.lastname@example.org (phone 864-977-7085)
“A student who fails CEVT 1000 will take the course again (using CEVT 1000-02, 03,04, etc) in another semester. Students must pass 8 (eight) semesters of CEVT 1000 to graduate. CEVT 1000-02, 03, 04 etc are only open to students who have failed a semester of CEVT 1000.” NGU Faculty, March 2007