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Relevant Dates Spring 2012

Spring Semester normally extends over a 14-week period beginning in mid-May and ending in mid-August. It is unique in that it offers students the opportunity to register for courses over the full 14-week semester as well as in two seven-week sessions which run concurrently with the 14-week semester. The session in the first half of spring is known as Intersession and the session in the last half of Spring Semester is known as Summer Session.

Date

Event

April 9, Monday Automatic registration of current students in graduate registration course
April 13, Friday Registration begins
April 25, Wednesday

Deactivation of wait list processing after the close of registration

April 26, Thursday

Registration System unavailable
May 4, Friday Last day for students to register for spring semester without incurring the late registration fee
May 7, Monday

Lectures begin for Intersession and 14-week Spring Semester courses

Last day for students to pay fees for Spring Semester without incurring the LATE PAYMENT FEE. This also includes payment through payroll deduction.

May 14, Monday

Last day to add Intersession courses

May 21, Monday

Last day to add 14-week Spring Semester courses *

May 28, Monday

Final date for graduate students to withdraw from programs without incurring liability for tuition fees, Spring Semester

An administrative fee of $25 will be charged for any retroactive withdrawal or leave of absence approved after this date

Final date for Departments to submit Recommendation for Award of Degree in order for graduate students to be deregistered from graduate registration course ([SUBJ] 9000/MED 9900) and receive a 100% refund of continuance fees for Spring Semester
May 31, Thursday Last day to drop Intersession courses without academic prejudice

June 15, Friday

Lectures end for Intersession courses
June 18, Monday

Examinations begin for Intersession courses

Semester break begins for 14-week Spring Semester courses

June 20, Wednesday Examinations end for Intersession courses
June 21, Thursday

Lectures resume for 14-week Spring Semester courses

June 22, Friday

Final date for submission of Master's and Doctoral Theses and Reports for examination, by candidates who expect to receive their degree at the 2010 Fall Convocation. Theses and Reports received after this date will be processed as time and resources permit

June 25, Monday

Lectures begin for Summer Session

Last day for students to drop 14-week Spring Semester courses without academic prejudice*

Final date for Departments to submit Recommendation for Award of Degree in order for graduate students to be deregistered from graduate registration course ([SUBJ] 9000/MED 9900) and receive a 50% refund of continuance fees for Spring Semester*

June 26, Tuesday

Grades available via Memorial Self-Service for Intersession courses, beginning at 5 p.m.

July 2, Monday

Memorial Day. No lectures*

Last day for students to add Summer Session courses*

July 15, Sunday Deadline for students to apply to graduate at the 2012 Fall Convocation. Applications received after this date will be processed as time and resources permit
July 19, Thursday Last day to drop Summer Session courses without academic prejudice
July 23, Monday Final date for Departments to submit Recommendation for Award of Degree in order for graduate students to be deregistered from graduate registration course ([SUBJ] 9000/MED 9900) and receive a 25% refund of continuance fees for Spring Semester
August 3, Friday

Lectures end for 14-week Spring Semester courses

August 4, Saturday

Lectures end for Summer Session courses

Classes will follow the Friday timetable on this day only for Summer Session courses

August 6, Monday Examinations begin for 14-week Spring Semester and Summer Session courses
August 8, Wednesday Examinations end for Summer Session courses
August 11, Saturday Examinations end for 14-week Spring Semester courses
August 16, Thursday Final grades released via Memorial Self-Service beginning at 5 p.m.

*As May 21, June 25, July 2 and July 9 are holidays for administrative staff, the Office of the Registrar will be closed on those days. Therefore, for courses which cannot be added or dropped via Memorial Self-Service, course change forms will be processed on the next business day without financial penalty.

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