At their request, students will receive an incomplete ("I") when they cannot complete the course work and can make up the work independently. This grade will be awarded due to illness or some other unavoidable circumstance. Or, with the student’s consent, an instructor may assign and extend grades of Incomplete wherever there is an educational advantage in doing so. An "I" (Incomplete) is a temporary grade. Students must make up incomplete course work in the semester following the semester for which the "I" grade is received. The date by which Incompletes must be made up occurs in November for the Incomplete earned during Spring semester and/or Summer Sessions and in April for the Incomplete earned during Fall semester. The speciﬁc deadlines are publicized extensively. See Key Dates and Deadlines, a list of important dates published each semester and distributed to both students and faculty.
Requests for extensions of the Incomplete deadlines require the approval of the instructor of the course. Students should be aware that no extensions of Incompletes will be considered beyond the maximum allowable extension date, which is one calendar year from when the Incomplete was assigned. The registrar notiﬁes the course instructor and student of outstanding Incompletes. Students will receive a revised grade mailer indicating the grade earned or the conversion of the "I" to "E".
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