An extension beyond the semester's deadline for written work (the last day of classes) requires:
Extensions are generally granted for:
Extensions are not granted:
Not all cases are clear-cut. The student’s dean will take into consideration whether or not an extension would be fair to the student, their classmates, and their professors. If an extension is warranted, the dean will make sure that the terms are fair, clear to all parties, and officially recorded. If an extension does not seem warranted, the dean will help the student come up with strategies for managing a difficult workload and meeting academic obligations.
Note: Students seeking extensions in Haverford classes must follow Haverford's procedures and deadlines. See Haverford's Academic Regulation Guidebook for more information.
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