Addenda for 2016-2017 Graduate Catalog

Psychology:  Addition of Faculty member

Jericho Hockett, Assistant Professor of Psychology, 2013. A. A., Seward Community College, 2003; B.A., Kansas State University, 2007; M.S., ibid, 2009; Ph.D., ibid, 2013.

Modification/Addition to Academic Policies, Page 31:

Awarding “Incomplete” Grades

 The letter “I” indicates “incomplete work” which may be completed without repetition of the regular work of the course. The incomplete will not be used when a definite grade can be assigned for the course. It will not be given for the work of a student in any course except to indicate that some part of the work, for good reason, has not been completed, while the rest of the work has been satisfactorily completed. The student must have completed three-fourths of the course requirements. The “I” grade is used only when in the opinion of the instructor there is the expectation that the work will be completed.

 The instructor lists the remaining requirements on the “Incomplete Grade Report Form” and a copy is provided to the student and Department Chairperson. When the requirements are met and evaluated, the instructor submits the incomplete grade report form with the appropriate grade to the University Registrar’s Office. 

  Unless an earlier deadline is stipulated by the instructor of the course, the incompletes in graduate-level courses must be completed by the end of two consecutive semesters which excludes the summer session, otherwise a grade of “F” will be recorded.

 The preceding policy does not apply to the capstone experiences within certain programs.  (Courses include PY 695, PY 699, AL 726VA, NU 940).   Incomplete grades for these enrollments will remain I’s until the capstone project is completed. 


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