If you’ve already lost your syllabus (and it’s only the SECOND week of the semester!), then you better find it…like now!
At the start of the semester, all of your professors handed out a syllabus that was specific to each class. The syllabus is an important document that will guide you through the semester; it will tell you which chapters to read, what homework assignments are due, and when exams will be given.
Each syllabus will also contain details such as your professor’s contact information, class website or D2L, and office hours.
While your professors are supportive of your success, losing your syllabus is NOT a reason for you to skip class, to miss an exam, or to stop reading your textbook. (That excuse pretty much falls under the same category as “the dog ate my homework.”) So, once you find your syllabus, smooth out the crinkles, and place it neatly into your binder.