Wednesday, November 27 (5pm) - Monday, December 2 - Thanksgiving Recess
Wednesday, December 11 - Classes End
Thursday, December 12; Saturday, December 14; Sunday, December 15 - Study Days
Friday, December 13; Monday, December 16 – Friday, December 20 -Exams
Grades Due: 72 Hours after each exam
Sunday, December 15 - Winter Commencement
Friday, December 20 - Residence halls close for break (7 pm)
Sunday, January 5 - Residence halls move-in for new students
Monday, January 6 - Residence halls move-in for returning students
Tuesday, January 7 - Registration (for students not pre-registered)
Wednesday, January 8 - Winter 2014 classes begin.
Monday, January 21 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day University Symposia -
No Regular Classes.
Monday, November 11:
- Last day to access Web Registration for 2nd 7 week session courses.
- Drop/Add Deadline for 2nd 7 week session classes.
- After November 11th, all 2nd 7 week session class election changes must be approved by the Academic Unit.
- After November 11th, all 2nd 7 week sessions courses dropped will receive a “W” grade (Official Withdrawal). There is no tuition reduction for courses dropped.
- Last day to withdraw (drop all courses) from term (if only taking 2nd 7 week session courses) with assessment of registration and disenrollment fee only.
Other Calendars and Dates
January 10, 2014, is the purchase deadline for winter semester Tuition Refund Insurance.
The academic calendar, student registration deadlines, early registration and textbook calendars can all be found at the Office of the Registrar's website.
*Students enrolling in Business Administration, Dentistry, Law, Medicine and Social Work should check with their respective schools for academic calendar information, including registration.
- Ross School of Business Academic Calendar
- School of Dentistry Academic Calendar
- Law School Academic Calendar
- Medical School Academic Calendar
- School of Social Work Calendar
Religious holidays can be found on the Office of the Provost website.
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