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The In-Progress (“IP”) grade is issued when the student was not able to be evaluated by the end of the grading period and is used for special circumstances within a particular class.
For graduate students, “IP” is generally used for projects that may extend beyond a single quarter.
All uses of the “IP” grade must be submitted to and approved by the registrar. Upon completion of the class, a letter grade is issued. The registrar records the grade upon receipt of the Change of Grade form submitted by the instructor. If a grade is not submitted to the registrar within one calendar year, the grade of “IP” will automatically be changed to the grade of “F” by the registrar.