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What is an incomplete grade?

Incomplete Grades

An Incomplete grade (I) indicates that a student has done most of the work for a course but, due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the student's control, has not completed the coursework. The student must request the Incomplete option from the course instructor. An Incomplete grants the student a six-month grace period in which to complete the coursework.

View the Graduate School Manual for the policy for incomplete grades.



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Last Updated: 11/4/11