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Be There ... It's a Great Place to Start

Originally posted January 12, 2018

Freestyle isn’t a successful strategy when it comes to attendance.  If you’re going to take it to the mat, you must consistently make contact, and that means being present. 

A half-nelson won’t cut it.  We need you fully engaged.

#UBeThere #ReptheU

Education built on the foundation of participation

Educational programs are built on the foundation of continuity of instruction and participation in the classroom setting. Consistent classroom attendance can lead to the development of strong work habits, responsibility, and selfdiscipline.

Because attendance also has a definite correlation to academic performance, the quality of a student’s education suffers when he/she is absent from class. Students are encouraged to maintain regular attendance and to schedule non-academic activities during times which will not conflict with classroom instruction. See Union's attendance policy