Many answers to policy and course questions can be found in your syllabus. We expect our students to be active agents of their education and in order to be successful in your courses, you will need to read and understand the syllabus.
In addition to the suggested pacing for a course, the syllabus identifies the terms of your Outlier course as well as your rights and responsibilities as a student. A syllabus is a shared agreement between Outlier and you, about what to expect and what is expected in return. For specific due dates and times, refer to the schedule on your course page.
The syllabus is the source of truth, meaning that if there is ever a discrepancy in information you see on our website or discussions, we will honor the information in the syllabus.
In short, if you have a question, consult the syllabus first! If you're stuck and can't find the answers, you're always welcome to email the Success Team at email@example.com.
You can find your course syllabus in the Course Resources section of your course in your student dashboard, or pinned to your course's discussion community! For more information, refer to this article: