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ACADEMIC CALENDARS Academic Years 2014-2016
Dates and Times Subject to Change. Revised 8/8/2014

Summer Intersession 2014
June 23 July 21 July 28 July 28 Aug. 4 Aug. 4-5 Aug. 5 8 a.m. Registration begins for all students for 2014 Summer Intersession. Tuition emergency loans begin for Spring Intersession. Book emergency loans begin for Spring Intersession. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Midsemester Point Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Tuition and book emergency loans due for Spring Intersession. Final examinations; Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection.

Aug. 11 Aug. 12 Aug. 15 Aug. 18 Aug. 20

9 a.m.

Fall Semester 2014
Apr. 1 Aug. 1 Aug. 11 Aug. 11 Aug. 18 Aug. 18 Aug. 21 Aug. 21-22 Aug. 23 Aug. 25 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Priority Registration begins for 2014 Fall Semester. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in December with Academic College Dean. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. Tuition emergency loans start. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Book emergency loans begin. General Faculty/Staff Meeting, Jones Auditorium. Meetings of deans with departmental chairs and departmental meetings. Residence Halls open. First Class Day of all regular students.

4 p.m.

9 a.m.

Aug. 29 Aug. 29 Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Sept. 10 5 p.m.

Sept. 11 Sept. 11 Sept. 22 Sept. 29

Oct. 1 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Oct. 30 Nov. 27-28 Dec. 1 Dec. 1-4 Dec. 3 Dec. 4 Dec. 5-11 Dec. 12 Dec. 13 Dec. 15 4 p.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.

12 p.m. 9 a.m.

Fifth Class Day. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid or made payment arrangements. Meal Plan Payment Deadline. First Class Day of all Saturday students. Labor Day Holiday. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to student requesting reinstatement. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Twelfth Class Day. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to student requesting reinstatement. Three-peat charges are added to student account. Deadline for students applying for graduation to complete the Change of Name Request form with the Office of the Registrar. Last day for students completing graduation requirements in December to submit their Application for Candidacy form approved by their Academic Dean with the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Students planning May or August graduation apply for Application for Candidacy forms with deans of their colleges. Book and tuition emergency loan payment deadline. Midsemester Point. Registration begins for all students for 2014 Winter Intersession. Priority Registration begins for 2015 Spring Semester. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Thanksgiving Holidays. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in May with Academic College Dean. Dead Week. Last Class Day. Study Day (no classes). Final examinations. Commencement. Residence Halls close. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Fall Semester 2014 – First Eight-Week Session
Aug. 25 Aug. 25 Sept. 2 5 p.m. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Census Date. Sixth Class Day. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% point of semester.

Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 23

Sept. 24 Oct. 13 Oct. 15

5 p.m.

9 a.m.

Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Fall Semester 2014 – Second Eight-Week Session
Oct. 14 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 5 p.m. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Sixth Class Day. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% point of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Nov. 8 Nov. 11 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Dec. 3 Dec. 15

9 a.m. 5 p.m.

Noon

Winter Intersession 2014
(Classes held December 15-23; January 5-8)

Oct. 20 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 8 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. 16

8 a.m.

Dec. 22 Jan. 5 Jan. 6 Jan. 8 Jan. 12

5 p.m.

Noon

Registration begins for all students for 2014 Winter Intersession. Tuition emergency loans begin for Winter Intersession. Book emergency loans begin for Winter Intersession. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Second Class Day. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Midsemester Point. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Tuition and book emergency loans due for Winter Intersession Final examinations; Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Spring Semester 2015
Oct. 20 Dec. 1 Jan. 5 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 12 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 9 a.m. 8 a.m. Priority Registration begins for 2015 Spring Semester. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in May with Academic College Dean. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. Tuition emergency loans begin. Book emergency loans begin. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. General Faculty Meeting, Peacock Auditorium (BESB 100). Meetings of deans with departmental chairs and departmental meetings. Residence Halls open. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday. First Class Day of all regular students. First Class Day of all Saturday students. Fifth Class Day. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid or made payment arrangements by this date. Meal Plan Payment Deadline. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to student requesting reinstatement. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor . NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Twelfth Class Day. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Deadline for students applying for graduation to complete the Change of Name Request form with the Office of the Registrar. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to student requesting reinstatement. Three-peat charges are added to student account. Last day for students completing graduation requirements in May to submit their Application for Candidacy form approved by their Academic Dean with the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Residence Halls close for Spring Break. Spring Break. Midsemester Point. Residence Halls re-open after Spring Break. Classes resume. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Book and tuition emergency loan payment deadline. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Spring Intersession. Priority Registration begins for 2015 Summer Sessions and 2015 Fall Semester. Title IV 60% of semester. Good Friday – (no classes). Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in August with Academic College Dean. Dead Week.

4 p.m.

Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 9

Mar. 13 Mar. 16-22 Mar. 18 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 27 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 6 May 1 May 4-7

6 p.m.

2 p.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m.

5 p.m.

May 6 May 7 May 8-14 May 15-16 May 17 May 18

12 p.m. Noon

Last Class Day. Study Day (no classes). Final examinations. Commencement. Residence Halls close. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Spring Semester 2015 – First Eight-Week Session
Jan. 20 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Sixth Class Day. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Mar. 9 Mar. 11

9 a.m. 5 p.m.

Noon

Spring 2015 – Second Eight-Week Session
Mar. 11 Mar. 11 Mar. 25 First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Sixth Class Day. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Apr. 8 Apr. 10 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 May 6 May 18

9 a.m. 5 p.m.

Noon

Spring Intersession 2015
Apr. 1 May 1 May 8 May 8 May 8 May 15 May 15 8 a.m. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Spring Intersession. Tuition emergency loans begin for Spring Intersession. Book emergency loans begin for Spring Intersession. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor.

May 16 May 16

May 21 May 22 May 22 May 25 May 26 May 29 June 1

5 p.m.

Noon

Saturday – classes held. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Midsemester Point. Title IV 60% of semester. Tuition and book emergency loans due for Spring Intersession. Memorial Day Holiday – no classes held. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

First Summer Session 2015
Classes meet Monday-Thursday Except Where Noted

Apr. 1 May 1 May 18 May 19 May 26 May 26 May 26 May 31 June 1 June 1 June 1 June 4

8 a.m.

4 p.m.

9 a.m.

June 8 June 8

June 16 June 18 June 20 June 22 June 22 July 1 July 2 July 2 July 6 July 31

9 a.m.

8.a.m.

6 p.m. Noon 4 p.m.

Priority Registration begins for 2015 Summer Sessions. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in August with Academic College Dean. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. Tuition emergency loans begin. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. Book emergency loans begin. Residence Halls open. Deadline for students applying for graduation to complete the Change of Name Request form with the Office of the Registrar. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Fourth Class Day. Census Date. Final Payment Deadline. Students will be dropped from Summer I classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Meal Plan Payment Deadline. Last day for students completing graduation requirements in August to submit their Application for Candidacy form approved by their Academic Dean with the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Summer Intersession. Last Class Day. Final examinations. Residence Halls close. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due. Book and tuition emergency loan payment deadline.

Second Summer Session 2015
Classes meet Monday-Thursday Except Where Noted

Apr. 1 May 19 June 22 June 22 June 29 June 29 June 29 July 5 July 6 July 6 July 9

8 a.m. 8 a.m.

4 p.m.

9 a.m.

July 13 July 21 July 23 July 25 July 27 July 31 Aug. 3 Aug. 5 Aug. 6 Aug. 7 Aug. 8 Aug. 10

9 a.m.

4 p.m.

12 p.m. Noon

Priority Registration begins for 2015 Summer Sessions. Tuition emergency loans begin. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Summer Intersession. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. Book emergency loans begin. Residence Halls open. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Fourth Class Day. Census Date. Final Payment Deadline. Students will be dropped from Summer II classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Meal Plan Payment Deadline. Midsemester point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Book and tuition emergency loan payment deadline. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in December with Academic College Dean. Last Class Day. Final examinations. Commencement. Residence Halls close. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Summer Session 2015 – Ten-Week Session
Classes meet Monday-Thursday Except Where Noted

Apr. 1 May 18 June 1 June 1 June 18

8 a.m.

June 22 July 4 July 8

8.a.m. 9 a.m.

Priority Registration begins for 2015 Summer Sessions. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Twelfth Class Day. Census Date. Final Payment Deadline. Students will be dropped from Summer 10-Week classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Summer Intersession. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection.

July 11 July 13 Aug. 5 Aug. 6 Aug. 7 Aug. 10

Noon

Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Final examinations. Commencement. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Summer Intersession 2015
June 22 July 22 July 22 July 29 July 29 Aug. 5 Aug. 5 Aug. 6 8 a.m. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Summer Intersession. Tuition emergency loans begin for Summer Intersession. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Book emergency loans begin for Summer Intersession. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Second Class Day. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Tuition and book emergency loans due for Summer Intersession Final examinations; Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Aug. 12 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug. 19 Aug. 19 Aug. 21

5 p.m.

Noon

Fall Semester 2015
Apr. 1 Aug. 3 Aug. 10 Aug. 10 Aug. 17 Aug. 17 Aug. 17 Aug. 20 Aug. 20-21 Aug. 22 Aug. 24 Aug. 28 Aug. 28 Aug. 29 Aug. 31 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Priority Registration begins for 2015 Fall Semester. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in December with Academic College Dean. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. Tuition emergency loans begin. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. Book emergency loans begin. General Faculty/Staff Meeting, Jones Auditorium. Meetings of deans with departmental chairs and departmental meetings. Residence Halls open. First Class Day of all regular students. Fifth Class Day. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid or made payment arrangements. Meal Plan Payment Deadline. First Class Day of all Saturday students. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to students requesting reinstatement.

4 p.m.

9 a.m.

Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 9

Sept. 10 Sept. 10 Sept. 21 Sept. 28

Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Oct. 29 Nov. 26-27 Nov. 30-Dec. 3 Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 4-10 Dec. 11 Dec. 12 Dec. 14 4 p.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.

12 p.m. Noon

Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. Labor Day Holiday. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Twelfth Class Day. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to students requesting reinstatement. Three-peat charges are added to student account. Deadline for students applying for graduation to complete the Change of Name Request form with the Office of the Registrar. Last day for students completing graduation requirements in December to submit their Application for Candidacy form approved by their Academic Dean with the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Period for students planning May or August graduation to apply for Application for Candidacy forms with deans of their colleges. Book and tuition emergency loan payment deadline. Midsemester Point. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Winter Intersession. Priority Registration begins for 2016 Spring Semester. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Thanksgiving Holidays. Dead Week. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in May with Academic College Dean. Last Class Day. Study Day (no classes). Final examinations. Commencement. Residence Halls close. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Fall Semester 2015 – First Eight-Week Session
Aug. 24 Aug. 24 Aug. 31 First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Sixth Class Day. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Sept. 22 Sept. 23 Oct. 12 Oct. 14

9 a.m.

Noon

Fall Semester 2015 – Second Eight-Week Session
Oct. 13 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Nov. 7 Nov. 10 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Dec. 2 Dec. 14

9 a.m.

Noon

Winter Intersession 2015
(Classes held December 14-21; January 4-8)

Oct. 19 Nov. 30 Dec. 7 Dec. 7 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 15

Dec. 21 Jan. 5 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 11

Noon

Registration begins for all students for 2015 Winter Intersession. Tuition emergency loans begin for Winter Intersession. Book emergency loans begin for Winter Intersession. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Midsemester Point. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Tuition and book emergency loans due for Winter Intersession Final examinations; Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Spring Semester 2016
Oct. 19 Dec. 1 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 8 a.m. Priority Registration begins for 2016 Spring Semester. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in May with Academic College Dean. Tuition emergency loans begin. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. Book emergency loans begin.

Jan. 11 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 14-15 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Feb. 1 Feb. 3

4 p.m.

9 a.m.

Feb. 4 Feb. 4 Feb. 8

Mar. 11 Mar. 14-18 Mar. 16 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 4 Apr. 4 May 2 May 2-5 May 4 May 5 May 6-12 May 13-14 May 15 May 16

6 p.m.

2 p.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.

5 p.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m.

12 p.m. Noon

Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. General Faculty Meeting, Peacock Auditorium (BESB 100). Meetings of deans with departmental chairs and departmental meetings. Residence Halls open. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday. First Class Day of all regular students. First Class Day of all Saturday students. Fifth Class Day. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid or made payment arrangements by this date. Meal Plan Payment Deadline. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to students requesting reinstatement. Permission to register or changes classes is required from the adviser and professor. Deadline for students applying for graduation to complete the Change of Name Request form with the Office of the Registrar. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Twelfth class day. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. A $100 Reinstatement Fee will be assessed to students requesting reinstatement. Three-peat charges are added to student account. Last day for students completing graduation requirements in May to submit their Application for Candidacy form approved by their Academic Dean with the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Residence Halls close for Spring Break. Spring Break. Midsemester Point. Residence Halls re-open after Spring Break. Classes resume. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Book and tuition emergency loan payment deadline. Good Friday – no classes held. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Registration begins for all students for 2016 Spring Intersession. Priority Registration begins for 2016 Summer Sessions and 2016 Fall Semester. Graduate and Undergraduate Students – Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in August with Academic College Dean. Dead Week. Last Class Day. Study Day (no classes). Final examinations. Commencement. Residence Halls close. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Spring Semester 2016 – First Eight-Week Session
Jan. 19 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Sixth Class Day. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% point of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Mar. 7 Mar. 9

9 a.m.

Noon

Spring Semester 2016 – Second Eight-Week Session
Mar. 9 Mar. 9 Mar. 23 First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Census Date. Student will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Last Class Day. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

Apr. 6 Apr. 8 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 May 4 May 16

9 a.m.

Noon

Spring Intersession 2016
Apr. 4 May 2 May 9 May 9 May 16 May 16 May 17 8 a.m. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Spring Intersession. Tuition emergency loans begin for Spring Intersession. Book emergency loans begin for Spring Intersession. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from the adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Census Date. Students will be dropped from classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No additional Emergency Loan beyond this date. Midsemester Point. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Tuition and book emergency loans due for Spring Intersession. Memorial Day Holiday – no classes held. Last Class Day.

May 23 May 25 May 27 May 30 May 31

5 p.m.

June 2

Noon

Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due.

First Summer Session 2016
Classes meet Monday-Thursday Except Where Noted

Apr. 4 May 2 May 23 May 23 May 31 May 31 May 31 June 5 June 6 June 6 June 6 June 9

8 a.m.

4 p.m.

9 a.m.

June 13 June 13

June 21 June 23 June 24 June 27 July 1 July 4 July 5 July 6 July 6 July 8 July 29

9 a.m.

8.a.m.

6 p.m. Noon 4 p.m.

Priority Registration begins for 2016 Summer Sessions. Graduate and Undergraduate Students - Deadline to file Application for Degree Candidacy in August with Academic College Dean. Late Registration begins. A $35 Late Registration Fee will be assessed to students registering late. Tuition emergency loans begin. Payment Deadline. A $35 Late Payment Fee will be assessed for registering and/or paying after this date. Employee Tuition Assistance Scholarship Deadline. Book emergency loans begin. Residence Halls open. Deadline for students applying for graduation to complete the Change of Name Request form with the Office of the Registrar. First Class Day. Permission to register or change classes is required from adviser and professor. NO REGISTRATION AFTER THIS DATE. Fourth Class Day. Census Date. Final Payment Deadline. Students will be dropped from Summer I classes if they have not paid in full or made payment arrangements with the Business Office. No reinstatement of classes. No additional Emergency Loans beyond this date. Meal Plan Payment Deadline. Last day for students completing graduation requirements in August to submit their Application for Candidacy form approved by their Academic Dean with the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Midsemester Point. Midsemester grades due for all students via Blue and Gold Connection. Title IV 60% of semester. Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the university. Course dropped will receive a grade of Q. Last day for faculty to drop for non-attendance. Registration begins for all students for 2015 Summer Intersession. Independence Day Holiday – no classes held. Last Class Day. Final examinations. Residence Halls close. Grades due via the web at Blue and Gold Connection and I-Contracts due. Book and tuition emergency loan payment deadline.

Second Summer Session 2016
Classes meet Monday-Thursday Except Where Noted

Apr. 4 May 23

8 a.m.

Priority Registration begins for 2016 Summer Sessions. Tuition emergency loans begin.

June 23 June 30 June 30 June 30 July 1 July 6 July 7 July 7 July 13 4 p.m.

8 a.m. 9 a.m.

July 14 July 21 July 22 July 24 July 25 July 29 Aug. 1 Aug. 4 Aug. 5 Aug. 6 Aug. 7 Aug. 8

9 a.m.

4 p.m.

12 p.m. Noon

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