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The mission of Claremont Lincoln University is to be a place where students learn how to treat others as they would like to be treated. Students learn the skills necessary to understand differences among religions, governments, other organizations, and individuals; how to respect those differences; and how to cooperate and collaborate with those of different viewpoints to resolve problems between them peacefully without violence. Our students will integrate self-knowledge with critical perspectives and contemporary skills to create sustainable social change – how to implement the Golden Rule. Claremont Lincoln University embeds the Golden Rule in the Claremont Core® which teaches the skills of mindfulness, dialogue, collaboration, and change.

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A student who has completed all other work for their capstone except the final paper may receive an extension of up to one term.

Guidelines for issuing and resolving a capstone extension:

  • If additional time to complete work beyond the term is permitted for a capstone student, a capstone extension must be issued. New or revised work may not be accepted after the term ends for a change of grade unless an incomplete is issued.
  • Capstone extensions are granted at the sole discretion of the instructor. If a question arises regarding the student’s eligibility, please consult with the Dean of Programs, Faculty Chair, or Director for the appropriate instructional area.
  • A capstone extension should be initiated by the student. However, faculty may inform students of this option and provide the Capstone Extension form.
  • Capstone extension request forms must be completed and submitted to the Registrar by the instructor on or before the final grade submission deadline for the term.
  • The capstone extension timeframe is one additional term. Instructors may issue an earlier due date for work, but they are responsible for enforcement.
  • Once the capstone extension timeframe expires, faculty have 5 calendar days to grade work and submit a Change of Grade Form to the Registrar. Faculty are responsible for noting and adhering to this deadline.

In instances where extenuating circumstances exist and a student has successfully completed a majority of their coursework (approximately 80%), an instructor may assign a grade of incomplete as a placeholder to allow the student additional time to complete assignments.

Guidelines for issuing and resolving an incomplete:

  • If additional time to complete work beyond the term is permitted, an incomplete must be issued. New or revised work may not be accepted after the term ends for a change of grade unless an incomplete is issued.
  • Incompletes are granted at the sole discretion of the instructor. If a question arises regarding the student’s eligibility, please consult with the Dean of Academic Affairs, Faculty Chair, or Director for the appropriate instructional area.
  • An incomplete may be initiated by the instructor or the student.
  • Incomplete grade request forms must be completed and submitted to the Registrar by the instructor on or before the final grade submission deadline for the term.
  • The incomplete timeframe is 30 calendar days. Instructors may issue an earlier due date for work, but they are responsible for enforcement.
  • Once the incomplete timeframe expires, faculty have 5 calendar days to grade work and submit a Change of Grade Form to the Registrar. Faculty are responsible for noting and adhering to this deadline.
  • In rare instances, faculty may grant an incomplete extension for students experiencing serious extenuating circumstances such as hospitalization. Documentation may be requested. An extension must be communicated to the Registrar with the revised due date