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Failure to Complete Coursework for "I" Grades

Failure to Complete Coursework for "I" Grades

Failure to complete the assigned work in a course where an "I" grade was originally assigned will result in the assignment of an "IC" grade, unless the faculty member assigns a specific letter grade within one calendar year.  For the purpose of calculating the GPA, the "IC" is counted as a failing grade, or a "F".

Although the one-year maximum for incomplete grades will be the general university policy. Executive Order 171 (PDF) specifies that exceptions can be made in special cases, such as military service and serious health problems. An extension of an "I" grade in any one course by General Academic Petition shall be allowed only one time, for a maximum total extension of one year.