Course Incompletes

An Incomplete is a temporary grade assigned by the faculty member. Course Incompletes are counted as credit hours attempted but not earned. Generally, if a student receives an “Incomplete,” (s)he has two (2) weeks from the end of the course to complete all course requirements in order to receive a grade for that course. For externships/student teaching courses, students may have up to an additional semester to complete these courses. If requirements are not met, the incomplete will be converted to an “F”. Academic standing will be recalculated after the “INC” is replaced with a grade. In both cases the final grade will then be included in calculating the student’s GPA and count as credits attempted. In cases where the Incomplete has been issued for a pre-requisite course, the student may not be allowed to move on to the higher level course if the Incomplete has not been replaced with a satisfactory grade.