Note: This policy is unrelated to the Incomplete Course Policy, which applies to courses for which a student initially registers in a term. The 30-Day Incomplete Policy for Accelerated Courses applies only to courses accelerated into a term after a student has completed all originally-enrolled courses.
An accelerated course is one that is added to a term after the courses enrolled at the beginning of the term have been completed (see Term Registration and Enrollment (opens new window)). The following rules apply to accelerating courses:
If the student does not complete the added course by the end of their term, the student may request a 30-day incomplete status for the course by speaking with their Program Mentor. In this situation, the course will be marked as Incomplete on the transcript for the completed term and granted incomplete status for 30 days. The following rules apply to courses granted an incomplete status under this policy:
If the student does not complete the added course by the end of their term and does not request a 30-day incomplete status for the course, the course will be marked Not Passed on their transcript for the original term. The student may then enroll in the course as part of their next term, and the course will count toward the minimum required CU count for that term.