Incomplete Grade

An incomplete I grade is given when students are prevented by circumstances beyond their control - as explained to the satisfaction of the instructor - from completing the course requirements by the last day of classes. Incomplete work must be made up within the first six weeks of the following semester, or the grade of “IF” will be assigned for the course. In exceptional circumstances, a student may request an extension of time for completion. The approval of the dean of the college, as well as the instructor, is required. This extension must be requested before the six-week deadline.

Individual programs may have specific policies regarding incomplete grades (see the Department of Psychology).