Requesting an Incomplete from the Instructor
A concurrent credit student is eligible for a grade of incomplete only when an emergency or other reason beyond his/her control prevents completion of a course near the end of an academic term. Students must meet the following conditions to be considered for an incomplete grade:
- The concurrent student must request, in advance, a grade of incomplete from the instructor of the course and must make arrangements for completing the coursework with the instructor. Coursework must be completed within one month of the date the incomplete contract is submitted.
- At the time of the incomplete request, the concurrent student must have a grade of “C” or better in the course.
- At the time of the incomplete request, the concurrent student must be in compliance with all course requirements as outlined in the course syllabus, including attendance requirements.
- The instructor of a course has sole discretion in initiating an incomplete grade request. Instructors may deny an incomplete request even if a student meets the minimum requirements outlined above.
A concurrent student may be required to submit documentation of the reasons the student is not able to complete the coursework. If the work is not completed within the time on the incomplete contract, a grade of “F” will be assigned to the course on the student’s permanent SEARK College transcript.