Students are required to read all textbooks, complete all assignments, take the tests on the assigned dates and turn in a Student Course Completion Affidavit. If a personal emergency keeps the student from meeting these requirements, the student is responsible to contact the Instructor and/or the Academic Dean. The requirements must be met within one week of the last class meeting or the date of the tests.
If the work is not made up within the week period, a grade of “Incomplete” (I) will be assigned to the Master Student Grade Record. Also, the student’s final grade will be reduced by one letter grade for each additional week the work is late, up to three (3) weeks from the last class meeting or the date of the test. A grade of “Incomplete” becomes an “F” three weeks after the last class meeting or the date of the test. The student will be required to take the course again and pay all applicable fees.
There is a $10.00 fee for change-of-grade from an “Incomplete” and/or an “F” grade. This fee applies when an “Incomplete” or “F” grade has already been entered in the Master Student Grade Record.
Student Course Completion Affidavit
Students of all programs (years), on-campus and online, are required to turn in a Student Course Completion Affidavit for each course as part of the course requirements. Failure to turn in the Student Course Completion Affidavit will be considered as failure to meet course requirements and the guidelines stated under Course Requirements apply.
Courses may be repeated by students who have failed. If a student fails a test, a repeat test may be taken within one week of failed test. If a student receives a letter grade of “F” in the first test, only the higher grade is computed in the overall Grade Point Average (GPA). If the student fails this second test, then a repeat course must be taken. Full tuition cost is required for repeat courses.
Students must meet the requirements for the entire course before they may be eligible for a passing grade to appear in the Master Student Grade Record.