Academic Calendar Information

Academic Calendar Information

 The Academic Calendar plays an important part in keeping students on track towards having a successful semester. We encourage students to keep track of all dates and deadlines for all of their classes by paying careful attention to the syllabus for each course and announcements in class as well as minding the University calendar in general. Listed below are some important dates to remember for Fall 2016 and beyond.   

Fall 2016

September 27: Last day to change course registration from credit to audit.

October 14: Fall Reading Day. No undergraduate, Braniff or Neuhoff School of Ministry classes.

October 17-21: Midsemester examination period.

October 24: Midsemester grades due.

October 28: Last day to withdraw from classes (undergraduate, Braniff, & Neuhoff School of Ministry)

October 31-December 14: Advising and Early Registration for Spring 2017 and Fall Interterm.

November 21-25: Thanksgiving Break.

December 7: Classes end in main Fall session (undergraduate, Braniff, & Neuhoff School of Ministry)

December 9-14: Friday-Wednesday. Final Exams.

December 21: Grades due (undergraduate, Braniff, & Neuhoff School of Ministry)

Interterm 2016

December 27: Interterm classes begin. Classes meet two Saturdays, December 31 and January 7.

January 2: University closed. No classes.

January 13: Interterm classes end. Grades due Jan 16.

 
 
The Academic Success Office is open throughout the year! Please contact the office if you need assistance. 

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