Academic Calendar

Summer Intersession: May 26–June 12, 2015

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March 16 Summer Session registration begins
May 11 Final cancellation of low enrolled classes
May 22 Last day to register for Summer Intersession courses
May 26 Summer Intersession classes begin
May 27 Last day to change a schedule
May 27 Last day to drop a course with no academic record
May 27 Last day to drop a course for 100% refund
May 27 No refund after this date
May 27 Last day to withdraw from an academic course
June 12  Last day of classes / final exams
June 19 Grades due to Registrar by noon


Summer Session I: May 26–July 9, 2015

March 16 Summer Session registration begins
May 11 Final Cancellation of low enrolled courses
May 22 Last day to register for Summer Session I
May 26 Summer Session I classes begin
June 1 Last day to change a schedule
June 1 Last day to drop a course for 100% refund
June 1 Last day to drop a course with no academic record
June 1 No refund after this date
June 19 Last day to drop a course
July 3 Independence Day – College closed
July 8  Final exams for M/W courses
July 9 Final exams for T/Th courses
July 17 Grades due to Registrar by noon


Summer Session II: July 13–August 27, 2015

March 16 Registration begins for Summer courses
June 29 Final cancellation of low enrolled classes
July 10 Last day to register for Summer Session II
July 13 Summer Session II classes begin
July 17 Last day to change a schedule
July 17 Last day to drop a course for 100% refund
July 17 Last day to drop a course with no academic record
July 17 No refund after this date
August 7 Last day to drop an academic course
August 26 Final exams for M/W classes
August 27 Final exams for T/Th classes
Sept 4 Grades due to Registrar by noon
December 7  Last day to resolve INC grades for Summer Session classes

 

Note: The College reserves the right to make changes in the published academic calendars. Students and staff will be notified if changes must occur. The above dates represent a traditional semester. It is the responsibility of the student, should it apply, to be aware of any special 'due' dates associated with those courses which do not fit into the traditional semesters (i.e., late starting courses).