Instructors can enter a grade of Incomplete (I) if both of the following conditions are present:

Your work has been satisfactory through the first half of the semester (or course).

Extenuating circumstances make it impossible for you to complete the course before the end of the semester.

In order to receive an incomplete, you and your instructor must agree to a contract stipulating the work you must do and the time in which it must be completed for you to receive a grade in the class. The contract is available on the CSI website: The contract time varies as set by the instructor but may not exceed one year. If no grade other than incomplete has been assigned at the end of the contract, the grade of F will automatically be assigned. The grade of F may not be changed without approval of the Appeals Committee. You may not remove the incomplete from your transcript by re-enrolling in the class during another semester. A grade of incomplete is excluded from GPA calculations until you receive a final grade in the course.