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E-MAIL MR. ROBINSON

School policy* requires that all student e-mail be sent to me at the following address:

My official, school e-mail address is:
e-mail address
If the address isn't visible, it is: wRobinson "at" SierraCollegex"dot"xedu.

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  • E-mails without a subject line may get permanently lost due to spam filters.
  • I will try to check and respond to e-mails once twice every weekday; once in the morning and once in the afternoon.  
    • E-mails received later in the day may not get a response for at least 12 hours.
       
  • I may not respond on weekends.

  • Please plan ahead and be patient.
  • I check the mail less frequently or not at all.  Plan ahead and be patient.

  • A response may not occur (or may take weeks).

  • During these breaks, I am not a school employee and I have no "reasonable expectation" of rehire and may not be rehired (even if I'm on the school's class schedule).

  • If I am not rehired, any response may never be forthcoming.
  • We will use Canvas for taking quizzes and Exams and e-mail for submitting the term paper.  Log on to Canvas for updated information.

  • Term papers must be submitted printed on paper.

  • No word-processor files, e-mail attachments, faxes, PDFs, etc.

  • Submitting an assignment electronically does not make it meet the deadline or make it extend the deadline.

Due to privacy issues, student's grades will NOT be sent by e-mail.


Before you try to submit ideas, suggestions and/or documents, please see the Privacy / Site Policy Page.

See the privacy and school e-mail section of the Student Privacy page on this website.

*Administration directive on my Faculty Assignment Agreement: "Your Sierra College Email address is [my sierra e-mail address was here] and it will be used for all communications."

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