Incomplete Grades for Undergraduate Students

Requests for incompletes are considered for extenuating circumstances only (illness, family emergencies, etc.).  Students who request an “N” grade must have completed the majority of their work and must establish with the instructor a plan and a timeline for completing outstanding requirements.  Incomplete grades might have an impact on a student’s financial aid, so students should consult with their financial aid counselor regarding incomplete grades. Undergraduate students who have two or more incomplete grades at the end of a semester will be reviewed by the Academic Standing Committee. Students who have multiple incomplete grades over the course of an academic year may be placed on academic probation for failure to make satisfactory academic progress.