A course is considered complete if the student earns a grade of A, B, C, D, F or U, and the + or – sign if appropriate, or S for the course. A course in which the student receives a grade of W, NR or I is not considered a completed course.
- The faculty of the division concerned will determine how the grade of I in a course and a grade in a repeated course will be considered in determining a student’s academic standing. However, for financial aid purposes the grade of I is not considered a completed course and a repeated course will be counted as additional credits attempted.
- The dean of the relevant division may, after consulting with relevant faculty, waive any of the regulations governing a student’s eligibility to re-enroll. However, the Financial Aid Advisory Committee shall have authority concerning students’ satisfactory progress toward their educational objectives and eligibility to receive federal, state and institutional student financial aid.
Policy Source: Faculty Council, Article VII, 2