Incomplete contracts let you finish course work for a non-academic emergency after the discontinuance deadline.
How Can I Receive an Incomplete Contract?
To receive an incomplete grade, you must meet the following qualifications:
- You have a non-academic situation that prevents you from finishing the class on time.
- You must be passing the class.
- You must have been attending class through the discontinuance deadline.
- You must be able to finish the coursework with your instructor.
- You cannot re-register or “sit in” the class to finish the coursework (unless special circumstances require attendance in a portion of a class or lab).
- Obtain permission from your instructor to do an incomplete contract.
- Pick up the incomplete contract at the Registrar’s Office (B-150 ASB).
- Take the form to your instructor right away and fill out the contract. (The contract is not valid until an instructor has signed it.)
- You keep the pink copy of the contract form.
- The instructor keeps the white copy.
- You or the instructor bring the yellow copy to the Registrar’s Office. An ‘I’ grade is posted to your record after the contract is received.
- Complete the contract terms by the deadline determined by your instructor (not to exceed one year).
- Your instructor will complete the form and submit the white copy to the Registrar’s Office with the final grade and signature.
- If you don’t complete your contract, you receive a failing grade (IE).