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Academic Calendar 2014-2015

Fall 2014 Spring 2015
Summer 2015
Fall Semester 2014
April 14MondayRegistration Begins
August 11MondayNew Faculty Orientation
August 12TuesdayCollege/School/Department meetings
August 13WednesdayBronco Kick-Off
Faculty-staff conference
August 16SaturdayNew students arrive
August 18MondayRegistration ends
August 19TuesdayFirst day of classes
August 19TuesdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
August 25MondayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
August 26TuesdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
August 26TuesdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
August 26TuesdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
August 27WednesdayLast day to submit health insurance waiver
Undergraduate and graduate students, registered for 6 or more credit hours, who do not submit the health insurance waiver by this date will be charged for university health insurance.
August 29FridayDealine for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on the class roster, but who have never attended. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
September 1MondayLabor Day Holiday
University closed
September 3WednesdayBill clearance deadline for registered students (5:00 pm)
Registration canceled for students who have not make payment or have financial aid completed.
September 4ThursdayConvocation
September 9TuesdayIssuance of student refunds begin
October 8WednesdayMidterm exams begin
October 14TuesdayMidterm exams end
October 15WednesdayMidterm grades due
Faculty assign A, B, C, D or F grades at mid-term to provide an assessment of student progress during the first half of the semester. See "Midterm Grades" for more information.
October 16ThursdayMidterm break begins
No classes - university open
October 17FridayMidterm break ends
No classes - university open
October 18SaturdayClasses resume
November 1SaturdayHomecoming
November 5WednesdayDeadline for removing incomplete grades from previous semester
Incomplete grades become F grades after this date.
November 5WednesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
November 11TuesdayVeteran's Day
University closed
November 17MondayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
November 17MondayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance
November 27ThursdayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
November 28FridayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
December 1MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
December 4ThursdayLast day of classes
December 5FridayReading Day
For regular fall term only
December 6SaturdayFinal exams begin for students not graduating
December 6SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
December 8MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
December 12FridayFinal exams end for students not graduating
December 13SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
December 15MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
December 19FridayTextbook Rental Return Due Date
Last day to return rental textbooks for fall. The late return of textbooks is not an option and books are considered purchased by the student if not returned by the deadline.
December 24WednesdayChristmas Holidays begin
University closed
December 31WednesdayChristmas Holidays end
University closed
January 1ThursdayNew Year's Day
University closed
January 2FridayNew Year's Holiday
University closed

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Eight-Week Term I 2014
April 14MondayRegistration begins
August 11MondayNew Faculty Orientation
August 12TuesdayCollege/School/Department meetings
August 13WednesdayBronco Kick-off
Faculty-staff conference
August 18MondayRegistration ends
August 19TuesdayFirst day of classes
August 19TuesdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
August 25MondayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
August 26TuesdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
August 26TuesdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
August 26TuesdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
August 27WednesdayLast day to submit health insurance waiver
Undergraduate and graduate students, registered for 6 or more credit hours, who do not submit the health insurance waiver by this date will be charged for university health insurance.
August 29FridayDeadline for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on the class roster, but who have never attended. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
September 1MondayLabor Day
University closed
September 3WednesdayBill Clearance Deadline
Registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
September 4ThursdayConvocation
September 9TuesdayIssuance of student refunds begin
October 1WednesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
October 6MondayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
October 6MondayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
October 13MondayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
October 15WednesdayFinal grades due

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Eight-Week Term II 2014
April 14MondayRegistration begins
October 17FridayRegistration ends
October 18SaturdayFirst day of classes
October 18SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
October 22WednesdayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
October 23ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
October 23ThursdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
October 23ThursdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
November 1SaturdayHomecoming
November 11TuesdayVeteran's Day
University closed
November 26WednesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
November 27ThursdayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
November 28FridayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
December 1MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
December 4ThursdayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
December 4ThursdayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
December 6SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
December 8MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
December 12FridayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
December 13SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
December 15MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
December 19FridayTextbook Rental Return Due Date
Last day to return textbooks for fall. The late return of textbooks is not an option and books are considered purchased by the student if not returned by the deadline.
December 24WednesdayChristmas Holidays begin
University closed
December 31WednesdayChristmas Holidays end
University closed

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Spring Semester 2015
October 30ThursdayRegistration begins
January 1ThursdayNew Year's Day
University closed
January 2FridayUniversity Holiday
University closed
January 5MondayUniversity Reopens
No classes - university open
January 6TuesdayCollege/School/Department meetings
January 9FridayRegistration ends
January 10SaturdayFirst day of classes
January 10SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
January 16FridayLast day to submit health insurance waiver
Undergraduate and graduate students, registered for 6 or more credit hours, who do not submit the health insurance waiver by this date will be charged for university health insurance.
January 16FridayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
January 17SaturdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
January 17SaturdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
January 17SaturdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
January 19MondayMartin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Holiday
University closed
January 23FridayDeadline for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on the class roster, but who have never attended. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
January 27TuesdayBill clearance deadline
Registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
January 29ThursdayIssuance of student refunds begin
February 28SaturdayMidterm exams begin
March 6FridayMidterm exams end
March 7SaturdayMidterm break begins
No classes - university open
March 9MondayMid-term grades due
Faculty assign A, B, C, D or F grades at mid-term to provide an assessment of student progress during the first half of the semester. See "Midterm Grades" for more information.
March 14SaturdayMidterm break ends
Classes resume
March 27FridayDeadline for removing incomplete grades from previous semester
Incomplete grades become F grades after this date.
March 27FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
April 3FridaySpring Holiday
University closed
April 9ThursdayFounders Day
April 24FridayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
April 24FridayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
April 27MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
April 30ThursdayLast day of classes
May 1FridayReading Day
For regular spring term only
May 2SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
May 2SaturdayFinal exams begin for students not graduating
May 4MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
May 8FridayFinal exams end for students not graduating
May 9SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
May 11MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
May 11MondayPost-school Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 12TuesdayPost-school Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 15FridayTextbook Rental Return Due Date
Last day to return rental textbooks for fall. The late return of textbooks is not an option and books are considered purchased by the student if not returned by the deadline.

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Eight-Week Term III 2015
October 30ThursdayRegistration begins
January 9FridayRegistration ends
January 10SaturdayFirst day of classes
January 10SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
January 16FridayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
January 16FridayLast day to submit health insurance waiver
Undergraduate and graduate students, registered for 6 or more credit hours, who do not submit the health insurance waiver by this date will be charged for university health insurance.
January 17SaturdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
January 17SaturdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
January 17SaturdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
January 19MondayMartin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Holiday
University closed
January 23FridayDeadline for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on the class roster, but who have never attended. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
January 27TuesdayBill clearance deadline
Registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
January 29ThursdayIssuance of student refunds begin
February 13FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
February 27FridayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes in term)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
February 27FridayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
March 4WednesdayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
March 6FridayFinal exams end
March 9MondayFinal grades due

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Eight-Week Term IV 2015
October 30ThursdayRegistration begins
March 13FridayRegistration ends
March 14SaturdayFirst day of classes
Saturday classes start
March 14SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
March 17TuesdayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
March 18WednesdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
March 18WednesdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
March 18WednesdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
April 3FridaySpring Holiday
University closed
April 17FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
April 24FridayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
April 24FridayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
April 27MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
May 2SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
May 4MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
May 8FridayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
May 9SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
May 11MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
May 11MondayPost-School Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 12TuesdayPost-School Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 15FridayTextbook Rental Return Due Date
Last day to return textbooks for fall. The late return of textbooks is not an option and books are considered purchased by the student if not returned by the deadline.

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Intersession 2015
April 13MondayRegistration begins
May 12TuesdayRegistration ends
May 13WednesdayFirst day of classes
May 13WednesdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
May 13WednesdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
May 14ThursdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
May 20WednesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
May 20WednesdayMid-term grades due
Faculty assign A, B, C, D or F grades at mid-term to provide an assessment of student progress during the first half of the semester. See "Midterm Grades" for more information.
May 22FridayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
May 22FridayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
May 25MondayMemorial Day Holiday
University closed
May 29FridayLast day of classes / Final Exams
June 2TuesdayFinal grades due

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Summer I 2015
April 13MondayRegistration begins
May 31SundayRegistration ends
June 1MondayFirst day of classes
June 1MondayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
June 3WednesdayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
June 4ThursdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
June 4ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
June 4ThursdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
June 5FridayDeadline for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on the class roster, but who have never attended. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
June 12FridayMid-term grades due
Faculty assign A, B, C, D or F grades at mid-term to provide an assessment of student progress during the first half of the semester. See "Midterm Grades" for more information.
June 15MondayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
June 19FridayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
June 19FridayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
June 26FridayLast day of classes / Final Exams
June 30TuesdayFinal grades due

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Eight-Week Term V 2015
April 13MondayRegistration begins
May 31SundayRegistration ends
June 1MondayFirst day of classes
June 1MondayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
June 2TuesdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
June 5FridayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
June 6SaturdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
June 6SaturdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
June 9TuesdayDeadline for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on the class roster, but who have never attended. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
June 26FridayMid-term grades due
Faculty assign A, B, C, D or F grades at mid-term to provide an assessment of student progress during the first half of the semester. See "Midterm Grades" for more information.
June 29MondaySummer break begins
July 3FridayJuly 4 Holiday
University closed
July 6MondaySummer break ends
Classes resume
July 7TuesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
July 24FridayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes in term)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
July 24FridayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
July 31FridayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
August 4TuesdayFinal grades due
August 7FridayTextbook Rental Return Due Date
Last day to return rental textbooks for fall. The late return of textbooks is not an option and books are considered purchased by the student if not returned by the deadline.

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Summer II 2015
April 13MondayRegistration begins
July 5SundayRegistration ends
July 6MondayFirst day of classes
July 6MondayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
July 7TuesdayInterim grading period begins
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
July 8WednesdayLate registration ends; tuition and fees will not be reduced for withdrawals from individual classes after this date.
No charge for classes dropped before this deadline; students are not permitted to attend classes for which they are not registered.
July 9ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress").
July 9ThursdayUniversity withdrawal (withdrawal from all classes) begins
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
July 10FridayDeadline for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on class roster, but who have never attended.
July 17FridayMid-term grades due
Faculty assign A, B, C, D or F grades at mid-term to provide an assessment of student progress during the first half of the semester. See "Midterm Grades" for more information.
July 20MondayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than 16 credit hours with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
July 24FridayInterim grading period ends
Interim grades serve as a warning to students who are at risk of failing due to non-attendance or poor academic performance.
July 24FridayDeadline for withdrawing from the university (all classes in term)
WU grades for all classes with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress"). Tuition/fees may be adjusted based on date of WU. See "Expenses" for WU refund schedule.
July 31FridayLast day of classes / Final Exams
August 4TuesdayFinal grades due
August 7FridayTextbook Rental Return Due Date
Last day to return rental textbooks for fall. The late return of textbooks is not an option and books are considered purchased by the student if not returned by the deadline.

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