When we use the term "deadline" with regards to Nanodegree program projects, we use it in one of two ways:
- A final deadline for submitting all projects
- Ongoing suggested deadlines for individual projects
It is very important to understand the distinctions between the two, as your progress in the program is measured against the deadlines we've established. Please see below for an explanation of what each usage means.
A final deadline for submitting all projects
In order to graduate a term, you must submit all projects by the last day of the term and pass all projects once they are reviewed by a Udacity Reviewer (the review may take place after the last day of the term). Passing a project means a Udacity Reviewer has marked a project as "Meets Specifications."
If you do not submit all projects by the end of the term and also pass all projects once they are reviewed, you will receive an automatic and free 4-week extension in your classroom. You will receive this extension a maximum of once per term.
Once you submit and pass all projects, you can enroll in the next term, which could potentially be with a later class. If you do not submit and pass all projects within the 4-week extension period, you will be removed from the program and lose access to the content going forward.