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Academic Calendar 2013-2014

Fall 2013 Spring 2014
Summer 2014
Fall Semester 2013
April 8MondayPre-registration begins
August 2FridayPre-registration ends
August 5MondayBill clearance deadline for pre-registered students (5:00 pm)
Pre-registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
August 12MondayRegistration begins
August 15ThursdayCollege/School/Department meetings
August 16FridayBronco Kick-Off
Faculty-staff conference
August 17SaturdayNew students arrive
August 21WednesdayRegistration ends
August 22ThursdayFirst day of classes
August 22ThursdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
August 28WednesdayLate 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 29ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
August 29ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes for withdraw.
August 29ThursdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
August 30FridayLast 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.
September 2MondayLabor Day
University closed
September 4WednesdayDeadline 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 5ThursdayConvocation
September 12ThursdayIssuance of student refunds begin
October 9WednesdayMidterm exams begin
October 15TuesdayMidterm exams end
October 16WednesdayMidterm 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 17ThursdayMidterm break begins
No classes - university open
October 18FridayMidterm break ends
No classes - university open
October 19SaturdayClasses resume
October 26SaturdayHomecoming
November 8FridayDeadline for removing incomplete grades from previous semester
Incomplete grades become F grades after this date
November 8FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
November 11MondayVeteran's Day
University closed
November 20WednesdayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
November 20WednesdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
November 28ThursdayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
November 29FridayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
December 2MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
December 6FridayLast day of classes
December 7SaturdayFinal exams begin (for students not graduating)
December 7SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
December 9MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
December 13FridayFinal exams end (for students not graduating)
December 14SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
December 16MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
December 20FridayTextbook 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. A "Bookstore Hold" will be placed on students' accounts for the purchase amount of the books.
December 23MondayChristmas Holidays begin
University closed
December 31TuesdayChristmas Holidays end
University closed
January 1WednesdayNew Year's Day
University closed

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Eight-Week Term I 2013
April 8MondayPre-registration begins
August 2FridayPre-registration ends
August 5MondayBill clearance deadline for pre-registered students (5:00 pm)
Pre-registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
August 12MondayRegistration begins
August 15ThursdayCollege/School/Department meetings
August 16FridayBronco Kick-off
Facutly-staff conference
August 21WednesdayRegistration ends
August 22ThursdayFirst day of classes
August 22ThursdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
August 28WednesdayLate 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 29ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
August 29ThursdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
August 29ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
August 30FridayLast 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.
September 2MondayLabor Day
University closed
September 4WednesdayDeadline 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 5ThursdayConvocation
September 12ThursdayIssuance of student refunds begin
October 4FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
October 9WednesdayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
October 9WednesdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
October 16WednesdayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
October 21MondayFinal grades due

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Eight-Week Term II 2013
April 8MondayPre-registration begins
August 2FridayPre-registration ends
August 5MondayBill clearance deadline for pre-registered students (5:00 pm)
Pre-registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
August 12MondayRegistration begins
August 21WednesdayRegistration ends
October 10ThursdayRegistration begins for Term II only
October 16WednesdayRegistration ends for Term II only
October 19SaturdayFirst day of classes
October 19SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
October 23WednesdayLate 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 24ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
October 24ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
November 11MondayVeteran's Day
University closed
November 27WednesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
November 28ThursdayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
November 29FridayThanksgiving Holiday
University closed
December 2MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
December 5ThursdayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
December 5ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
December 7SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
December 9MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
December 13FridayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
December 14SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
December 16MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
December 20FridayTextbook 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. A "Bookstore Hold" will be placed on students' accounts for the purchase amount of the books.
December 23MondayChristmas Holidays begin
University closed
December 31TuesdayChristmas Holidays end
University closed
January 1WednesdayNew Year's Day
University closed

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Spring 2014
November 4MondayPre-registration begins
December 6FridayPre-registration ends
December 9MondayBill clearance deadline for pre-registered students (5:00 pm)
Pre-registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
December 16MondayRegistration begins
January 1WednesdayNew Year's Day
University closed
January 2ThursdayUniversity Reopens
No classes - university open
January 7TuesdayCollege/School/Department meetings
January 10FridayRegistration ends
January 11SaturdayFirst day of classes
January 11SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
January 17FridayLast 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 17FridayLate 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 18SaturdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
January 18SaturdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
January 18SaturdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
January 20MondayMartin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Holiday
University closed
January 24FridayDeadline 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 30ThursdayIssuance of student refunds begin
March 1SaturdayMidterm exams begin
March 7FridayMidterm exams end
March 8SaturdayMidterm break begins
No classes - university open
March 10MondayMid-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 14FridayMidterm break ends
No classes - university open
March 28FridayDeadline for removing incomplete grades from previous semester
Incomplete grades become F grades after this date
March 28FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
April 18FridaySpring Holiday
University closed
April 22TuesdayFounders Day
April 25FridayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
April 25FridayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
April 28MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
May 2FridayLast day of classes
May 3SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
May 3SaturdayFinal exams begin (for students not graduating)
May 5MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
May 9FridayFinal exams end (for students not graduating)
May 10SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
May 12MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
May 12MondayPost-school Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 13TuesdayPost-school Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 16FridayTextbook 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. A "Bookstore Hold" will be placed on students' accounts for the purchase amount of the books.

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Eight-Week Term III 2014
November 4MondayPre-registration begins
December 6FridayPre-registration ends
December 9MondayBill clearance deadline for pre-registered students (5:00 pm)
Pre-registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
December 16MondayRegistration begins
January 10FridayRegistration ends
January 11SaturdayFirst day of classes
January 11SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
January 17FridayLate 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 17FridayLast 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 18SaturdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdraw
January 18SaturdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
January 18SaturdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
January 20MondayMartin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Holiday
University closed
January 24FridayDeadline 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 30ThursdayIssuance of student refunds begin
February 14FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
February 28FridayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
February 28FridayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
March 5WednesdayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
March 7FridayFinal grades due

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Eight-Week Term IV 2014
November 4MondayPre-registration begins
December 6FridayPre-registration ends
December 9MondayBill clearance deadline for pre-registered students (5:00 pm)
Pre-registration canceled for students who do not make initial payment or have financial aid completed.
December 16MondayRegistration begins
January 10FridayRegistration ends
March 3MondayRegistration begins for Term IV only
March 14FridayRegistration ends for Term IV only
March 15SaturdayFirst day of classes
March 15SaturdayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
March 18TuesdayLate 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 19WednesdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
March 19WednesdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
April 17FridayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
April 18FridaySpring Holiday
University closed
April 25FridayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
April 25FridayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
April 28MondayFinal exams for graduating seniors begin
May 3SaturdayFinal exams for graduating seniors end
May 5MondayFinal grades for graduating seniors due
May 9FridayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
May 10SaturdayCommencement (9:00 am)
May 12MondayFinal grades due for students not graduating
May 12MondayPost-School Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 13TuesdayPost-School Conference
Faculty-staff conference
May 16FridayTextbook 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. A "Bookstore Hold" will be placed on students' accounts for the purchase amount of the books.

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Intersession 2014
April 14MondayPre-Registration begins
May 3SaturdayPre-Registration ends
May 12MondayRegistration begins
May 13TuesdayRegistration ends
May 14WednesdayFirst day of classes
May 14WednesdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
May 14WednesdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
May 15ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
May 21WednesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
May 21WednesdayMid-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 23FridayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
May 23FridayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
May 26MondayMemorial Day Holiday
University closed
May 30FridayLast day of classes / Final Exams
June 3TuesdayFinal grades due

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Summer I 2014
April 14MondayPre-Registration begins
May 3SaturdayPre-Registration ends
May 12MondayRegistration begins
June 1SundayRegistration ends
June 2MondayFirst day of classes
June 2MondayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
June 4WednesdayLate 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 5ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
June 5ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
June 5ThursdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
June 6FridayDeadline 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 13FridayMid-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 16MondayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
June 20FridayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
June 20FridayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
June 27FridayLast day of classes / Final Exams
July 1TuesdayFinal grades due

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Eight-Week Term V 2014
April 14MondayPre-Registration begins
May 3SaturdayPre-Registration ends
May 12MondayRegistration begins
June 1SundayRegistration ends
June 2MondayFirst day of classes
June 2MondayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
June 4WednesdayLate 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 5ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
June 5ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
June 5ThursdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
June 6FridayDeadline 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 27FridayMid-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 30MondaySummer break begins
July 4FridayJuly 4 Holiday
University closed
July 7MondaySummer break ends
Classes resume
July 8TuesdayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
July 25FridayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
July 25FridayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
August 1FridayLast day of classes
Final exams are given on last day of classes in 8-week classes.
August 5TuesdayFinal grades due
August 8FridayTextbook 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. A "Bookstore Hold" will be placed on students' accounts for the purchase amount.

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Summer II 2014
April 14MondayPre-Registration begins
May 3SaturdayPre-Registration ends
May 12MondayRegistration begins
July 6SundayRegistration ends
July 7MondayFirst day of classes
July 7MondayLate registration begins ($20.00 fee)
July 9WednesdayLate 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 10ThursdayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
July 10ThursdayClass withdrawals begin
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours included in attempted hours for financial aid eligibility. (See "Satisfactory Academic Progress.") No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
July 10ThursdayUniversity 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
July 11FridayDeadline for X (No-Show) grades
Faculty assign X grades to students on class roster, but who have never attended.
July 18FridayMid-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 21MondayDeadline for withdrawing from class(es)
Undergraduate students are permitted to withdraw from no more than five courses with no impact on GPA. Hours counted as attempted hours. No adjustment of tuition and fees for withdrawal from individual classes.
July 25FridayInterim 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. Faculty assign grades of X (No-show) before census date; and EA (Excessive Absences) and F (Failure for poor academic performance) throughout the semester. See "Interim Grades" for more information.
July 25FridayDeadline 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. Students who are not enrolled for one or more semesters must apply for readmission.
August 1FridayLast day of classes / Final Exams
August 5TuesdayFinal grades due
August 8FridayTextbook 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. A "Bookstore Hold" will be placed on students' accounts for the purchase amount.

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