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According to the Rules & Regulations V3, a student may be assigned a grade of "I" under the following circumstance:
"Assigned when a student was doing satisfactory work, but for nonacademic reasons beyond his/her control and deemed acceptable by the instructor, was unable to meet the full requirements of the course. If the student's performance was so poor as to preclude his/her passing, the instructor shall assign the grade of F".
"Last Date of Participation" should be entered for any student assigned a final grade of "F" or "I".
Acceptable reasons for assigning an "I" would include, but not be limited to, the following:
The student should be able to provide documentation to the instructor for any non-academic reason.
The emphasis is on the fact that the reason is not academic in nature and that the student was doing satisfactory work. Students should not be instructed to sign up for the course again in order to make up an "I" grade and should only lack a small portion of course work. If the student is missing so much work that a passing grade could not have been assigned, a grade of "F" should be assigned.
When completing a grade correction form to remove the "I" grade, the instructor is required to identify the nonacademic reason that the "I" was given, not what the student was required to do to make up the work.
Students who receive a grade of "I" (Incomplete) should consult the Student Rules & Regulations VII regarding the length of time allowed to make up the Incomplete.
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