The completion period should be the shortest possible

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and a timetable. The completion period should be the shortest possible. The completion date will not typically extend beyond 30 days from the last day of the term for master’s courses or beyond 60 days from the last day of the term for doctoral courses. The incomplete contract will accompany the submission of the professor’s final grade roster to the program office. The program office will monitor each incomplete contract . When the incomplete contract ends the course professor will assign a grade based upon the work completed. No student may graduate with an I on his or her record. 6. Grade Policy Regarding Withdrawals Course withdrawal requests must be submitted to the program office in writing by the student. Requests for withdrawal must be received by the program office by the withdrawal deadline (see dates in the academic calendar in the catalog and program brochures or websites). Withdrawals sent by email must be sent from the student’s assigned NSU email account. Requests for withdrawal received after 11:59 p.m. EST on the withdrawal deadline date will not be accepted. Failure to attend class or participate in course activities will not
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automatically drop or withdraw a student from the class or the university. Students who have not withdrawn by the withdrawal deadline will receive letter grades that reflect their performance in the course. When a withdrawal request is approved, the transcript will show a grade of W ( Withdrawn ) for the course. Students with four withdrawals will be dismissed from the program. Depending on the date of withdrawal, the student may be eligible for a partial refund (see the appropriate catalog section Refund Policy Regarding Withdrawals). 7. Acceptable Use of Computing Resources Students must comply with the university’s Policy on Acceptable Use of Computing Resources (see NSU Student Handbook ). 8. Academic Progress, Grade Requirements, and Academic Standing Students must be familiar with the school’s policies,A which are contained in its catalog. 9. Student Research Involving Human Subjects Students must be familiar with the university’s policy (see paragraph in catalog). 10. Responsibility for Payment of Tuition and Fees Once registered, students are personally responsible for the payment of their tuition and fees. Returned checks, cancelled credit cards, employer or agency refusal to pay, ineligibility for financial aid, and other reasons for non-payment may result in a direct bill to the student, and/or referral to a collection agency. Payment and refund policies are based on the view that a student registering for a class is reserving a place in that class and that tuition and fees cover the opportunity to secure that place in the class. Since no other person can purchase that place, the student is responsible for the tuition and fees associated with it. Simply not attending does not constitute a reason for non-payment.
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