Incomplete Course Agreement
A student may petition an instructor to be assigned an “incomplete” as a grade when one or more course requirements have not been completed by the end of the course, due to extraordinary circumstances. The awarding of an “incomplete” is at the discretion of the instructor. To be awarded an “incomplete,” the student and instructor must complete and sign the Incomplete Course Agreement Form and the instructor must deliver it to the Registrar at the time that grades are due. The instructor is responsible for notifying the Registrar/Enrollment Services Manager of the final grade assigned upon completion of all course requirements.
When a student has been assigned an incomplete, the student must complete all outstanding course requirements within three months following the end of the semester of registration for the course. Failure to complete all course requirements will result in the instructor awarding a grade based upon work completed. Students who receive financial aid and who carry a grade of Incomplete into a subsequent semester risk loss of financial aid for that semester. Carrying an Incomplete course grade reduces the student’s overall grade point average and lowers his/her credit hours attempted-to-completed ratio – either or both of which factors can create a failure to meet the financial aid requirements for Satisfactory Academic Progress.