These calendars include all important dates for each semester, including registration dates, refund dates, withdrawal dates, finals, midterm grading, final grading, etc.
These calendars give an overview of the start/end dates for each semester, with breaks. A tally of the number of days for classes meeting each day is included.
Only spring and fall semesters have final examination week during the last week of the semester and regular scheduled classes are not held.
Summer I and II sessions, final exams are scheduled during regular class meeting times.
Priority registration is available first for students who have accumulated the most completed credit hours. Use registration schedule to determine the soonest you may register for courses. Incoming freshmen will register for classes at Orientation.
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