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control (such as illness), to complete the required work by the end of the term. The student must have attended class to within three weeks of the close of the semester or to within one week of the close of the summer session. The instructor may specify the time by which the required work must be completed, which may be no later than the final class day of the corre- sponding term of the following academic year. For graduating students, an incomplete grade must be removed at least six weeks before December or May commencement or two weeks before August graduation. Students will not be allowed to grad- uate with Incompletes on their record. When the Incomplete is assigned, the student, faculty member, and the department chairperson or school director must sign an Incomplete Permit form. The form will specify the date by which the work must be completed, the default grade (A, B, C, D, or F) that will be assigned if the work is not completed by the specified date, and the nature of the required work. If the instructor fails to file the appropriate grade change by the specified date, the Incomplete will lapse to the default grade specified. Exceptions to this policy may be granted by the University Registrar. Auditors: An auditor does not participate in the activity of the class but is expected to attend 59 Academic Policies and Practices
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regularly. A student may register as an auditor in a class or classes if space is available. An Audit (AU) designation will appear on the student’s transcript when the instructor certifies that the student has attended the class on a regular basis. If the student has not attended regularly, a WX will be recorded on the transcript after the instructor has notified the Registrar’s Office in writing that the student has not attended regularly. To audit, a student must obtain an Auditor’s Permit from the Student Service and Referral Center or download it at , have the instructor sign it and present the form at the Student Service and Referral Center. Students must register to audit a course by the tenth day of classes in the semester, with any exception having the approval of the chairperson of the department or director of the school in which the course is offered and the University Registrar. There is a fee for auditing; see the section on Costs in this Undergraduate Catalog . Students who are regis- tered for sixteen or more hours for credit may audit courses without additional fees. Audited courses are considered part of the student’s total load. Credit/No Credit Courses: Certain courses in the University are offered on a Credit/No Credit (CR/NC) basis only. For these courses, students receive a grade of CR (Credit) or NC (No Credit). The offering of a particular course on a CR/NC basis only must be approved in advance by the Office of the Provost.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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