The Rutgers University Student Assembly voted to reinforce a university-wide mandate to better inform students of course expectations when choosing semester classes, reports the Daily Targum, the campus newspaper. Originally passed in October 2006 by the University Senate, the mandate asks all departments to post current or past course syllabi online as students schedule courses. But only 44 of the university's 139 departments have posted links for many of their offered classes, according to the resolution. Supporters of the resolution said it's the best way for students to see in advance what the course requirements are, and they add it...

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