IN: The Incomplete grade may be awarded to students who have not completed all of the required course work but for whom there is a reasonable expectation of satisfactory completion. A student who is otherwise in good standing in a course – defined as complying with the college attendance policy and maintaining a passing average – but who has not completed at most two major assignments or examinations by the end of the course may request an incomplete grade.
To be eligible, such a student must provide, before the instructor submits grades for the course, a documented reason, satisfactory to the instructor, for not having completed the assignment on time. Instructors giving IN grades must inform students in writing of the conditions under which they may receive passing grades. Departments may designate certain courses in which no incomplete grades may be awarded.
In addition, for clinical affiliation courses or internship courses in the departments of Cooperative Education and Natural and Applied Sciences, an Incomplete grade may be given by an instructor when a supervisor’s evaluation has not been received in time for grading or when a student has been given permission by the instructor to complete the internship or clinical affiliation course beyond the end of the academic term in which the student is registered.
An IN grade may be changed to a passing or failing grade by the instructor during the semester after which the IN was incurred. If a change of grade form is not submitted by the end of the following semester, the IN grade automatically converts to a FIN.
WHILE THE IN GRADE IS IN FORCE, THE STUDENT MAY NOT RE-REGISTER FOR THE SAME COURSE.