You will receive No Credit (NC) if:
- You fail to resubmit work on rejected coursework.
- You do not submit satisfactory verification by the deadline specified by the instructor, the end of the semester, and/or the deadline granted by an extension.
- You do not submit the required work and fail to negotiate an extension and file the required extension forms by the appropriate deadlines.
- You intended but failed to drop any credited learning activity by the drop deadline or withdraw from that activity by the end of the semester.
- You do not attend or fail to complete a registered course, workshop, Supervised Independent Study (SIS), internship/practicum or any credited learning activity and do not submit a request to drop/withdraw from the registered activity by the end of the semester.
Reversals of No Credit Decision
Assignments of No Credit (NC) for failure to obtain a first or second extension, or for failure to turn in all required work to the instructor by the extension deadlines may only be reversed for the following reasons:
- Because an error has been made in the recording of the grade
- Because the instructor has mistakenly reported that the required work was not received by the deadline
Appeals must be based on grounds of recording or instructor reporting error, and must be filed within one year of the end of the semester in which the course was taken. No other grounds for appeal will be considered. After one year, the “No-credit” becomes permanent in the student record and may not be changed for any reason.