A grade of INCOMPLETE (I) means a deferred grade. This grade is given only in rare circumstances when a student would normally have completed the course work, but could not do so because of special circumstances. If the grade of Incomplete is NOT removed by the end of the next full semester, the grade for the course will automatically convert to F.
A grade of Incomplete cannot be used to satisfy a prerequisite requirement for a subsequent course. As such, students will not be permitted to enroll or remain enrolled in the next course in their sequence until they have resolved their grade of Incomplete.
If a student was issued a grade of Incomplete as a result of not taking the final examination for a given course, the student must take a make-up final examination before the end of the next full semester. Make-up exams are generally administered at the conclusion of a regular semester, and, when possible, at the end of the Summer and Winter sessions. If a student is required to take the final exam for a coordinated course (Math 107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 211, 213, 222, 333, or 337), the student must visit the Department of Mathematical Sciences (Cullimore Hall, Room 606) to make the necessary arrangements. The student should contact the department at (973) 596-5782 prior to visiting. The student must make these arrangements at least two weeks prior to the final exam date.
If a student was issued a grade of Incomplete as a result of not completing a special project in a course, the project must be completed by the end of the next regular semester.