Completion Coaching FAQs
What is Completion Coaching? Completion Coaching is a form of Academic Coaching. You will meet individually with an Academic Coach who understands the challenge of your situation. After a thoughtful conversation, the two of you will clarify practical steps that build on your strengths and move you toward your goals.
Who is this program for? Stanford undergraduate and co-term students who have one or more Incompletes to finish.
When does this take place? You can choose the times that work best for you. Completion Coaching appointments are 50 minutes each.
Where are the appointments? All appointments are conducted via Zoom during the 2021-2022 academic year.
Anything else I should know? Please be sure to select "Yes" in the booking page when asked "Are you booking this session to help you resolve an Incomplete grade in one or more of your courses?" This will help us identify this session as a Completion Coaching session.
Incomplete and Repeat Grades FAQs
What are Incompletes? The 'I' grade is defined under the General University Grading System. You can learn about Incompletes and Repeat Grades here.
How do I request an Incomplete? You can learn about requesting an Incomplete here. Please note that some instructors in the past have granted Incomplete grades without a request. This can happen when there is a disruption in instruction such as when courses moved abruptly to an online format during the 2020 Winter and Spring Quarters.
How long do I have to resolve an Incomplete grade? One year is the maximum time that the university allows for a student to complete an Incomplete. However, there are exceptions to this rule. You can learn more about the timeline of resolving an Incomplete here.
Who can help me decide if an Incomplete is right for me? You can speak directly with your instructor(s) if you feel comfortable doing so. You can also consult your Undergraduate Advising Director about your options and how to communicate with your instructor(s) about their policies around Incomplete grades. You can find your Undergraduate Advising Director here.