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Copy/Print Request Form

 For teaching faculty and teaching assistants, we provide free copy/print services. Please submit at least 24 hours in advance.

Curriculum Request Form 

 Please complete the Curriculum Request form if you are need any of the following:

  1. New special topics course title
  2. New permanent course 
  3. Change to course description. If course is required for a degree program change must be approved by the appropriate program director beforehand.
  4. Change to course pre-requisites. If course is required for a degree, change must be approved by the appropriate program director beforehand. 
  5. General studies designation attached to course.

Please be aware that approval times vary between requests and are mandated by the University. Requests not submitted by the appropriate deadline will be approved for the following academic semester/year.

Exam Scoring Request Form

 For teaching faculty, we provide a free exam scoring service. Exam results are returned within two business days. The University Office of Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness also provides exam scoring services. If you would like to utilize UOEEE exam scoring, please review their process here

Faculty who suspect a student has violated the Academic Integrity Policy should take the following steps.

  1. Faculty-Student discussion - Faculty should discuss the allegation of academic Integrity Policy violation with the student in person. 
  2. Sanction - If it is concluded that the student has made a violation, faculty determines an appropriate sanction. (assign lower assignment grade, lower course grade, or grade of XE failure due to academic dishonesty.)
  3. Reporting - Faculty must report any Academic Integrity Policy violations. The Academic Integrity Policy Violation form also serves as the recommendation for a course grade of XE. Indicate Associate Chair on form under "Director/Chair e-mail".
  4. Student may request a meeting with Associate Chair to appeal the faculty decision. If appeal is denied, student may seek appeal through The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean's Office by contacting them at

For more information, please see The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Academic Integrity Resources. 

Faculty and Staff Guide for Assisting Students with Behavioral Concerns 

If a student has ...
Shown aggressive behavior (emergency)Desire to harm oneself or others

ASU Police (480) 965-3456 (dial 911 for immediate assistance)

Alert Student Rights and Responsibilities, (480) 965-6547

Shown non-aggressive disruptive behavior Sexual assault or Title IX Student Rights and Responsibilities, (480) 965-6547
Unexplained extended absencesStudent Advocacy, (480) 965-6547

Exhibited emotional distress with no imminent threat of harm to oneself or others

Situations where multiple students have experienced a traumatic event 

Counseling Services, (480) 965-6146
  • Location: Student Services Building, RM 334
  • Hours: 

Monday, 8am-7pm
Tuesday, 8am-5pm
Wednesday, 8am- 5pm
Thursday, 8am-7pm
Friday, 8am-5pm


Call EMPACT’s 24-hour ASU-dedicated crisis hotline: 480-921-1006

Disclosed a disability 

- If you believe a student has a disability, please contact DRC for information on how to approach the situation.

Faculty and staff should NOT imply to students that they have a disability. 


Refer student to Disability Resource Center 

A service animal - a dog that has been trained to do work or perform a specific task for an individual with a disability.

Service animals are not required to wear a vest or have other identifying wearables. 

  • If it is not obvious what service the dog provides, you may ask the following two questions:
    • Is the dog a service animal required because of a disability?
    • What work or task has the dog been trained to perform?
  • Avoid asking:
    • Questions regarding the individuals disability
    • To see documentation 
    • To see identification or training documents
    • To see the dog perform trained task  
  • When can they be removed?
    • the dog is out of control and handler does not take action to control animal
    • the dog is being disruptive
Disability Resource Center