EXT grade means extension. It is given to student who fails to submit any requirements of the course.
To complete a grade of EXT (extended) in a course, a student has a maximum period of one year from the end of the term to complete all of the course requirements. The student need not re-enroll in the course during this period. The completion of a grade of EXT may entail submission of assignments, taking examinations, and other work that the faculty-in-charge may require.
Procedures for filing of Application for Completion:
2. Email the accomplished form to your Faculty Office or directly to the Records Section of the Office of the University Registrar (OUR). The form can only be processed by the OUR if it has endorsement from the Faculty Office.
3. The evaluated application for completion is forwarded to the Faculty Office (Dean's Office copy) and Learning Center of the student (student's copy). The student may come to his/her Learning Center to get the approved copy of his/her completion application.
4. The student can start complying with his/her lacking requirements once s/he has an approved completion. The student should coordinate with his/her Faculty Office on how to submit his/her lacking requirements. However, if it is an exam, the student should take it during the general date of completion / removal based on the date written in the academic calendar. Information on time and venue should be coordinated with the respective Learning Center Coordinatorof the student.
a) The student must be currently enrolled on the term s/he is applying for completion, otherwise, his/her application will not be processed by the Records Section (email@example.com)
b) The validity of the approved completion is per term only. If the student failed to comply on the term s/he applied for completion, s/he needs to apply again for completion on the next term if s/he plans again of completing his/her EXT.