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Undergraduate and Graduate-Academic Calendar 2003–2004

 

Summer Semester 2003


 

Withdrawal/Tuition Refund Policy for Summer Terms

  • 100% tuition refund prior to the first day of class for all sessions.
  • 80% tuition refund within the first 2 calender days of 1 and 2 week sessions.
  • 80% tuition refund within the first 4 calender days of 3 and 4 week sessions.
  • 80% tuition refund within the first 7 calender days of 5 and 6 week sessions.
  • 0% tuition refund thereafter.


Registration for summer term undergraduate classes begins on Thursday, May 1, 2003.
Registration for New/Non-degree students for summer begins on Thursday, May 8, 2003.

Mail/Fax registration for Summer and Fall 2003 graduate classes begins on Monday, May 5, 2003.  

Graduate Students may Register by phone, fax, mail, or in person.

Undergraduate Students Must fill out a registration card (available from their advisor), or a Non-degree Registration Card (available in the Registrar's Office).

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS MUST REGISTER IN PERSON. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

 


 

MAY 2003

MON 19

Summer Term I begins

JUNE 2003

SAT 28
MON 30

Summer Term I ends
Summer Term II begins

JULY 2003

FRI 4
MON 7

HOLIDAY - college closed
Summer Term I grades due.

AUGUST 2003

SAT 9
FRI 15

Summer Term II ends
Summer Term II grades due.

 

Fall Semester 2003


 

Registration for Fall 2003 graduate classes begins May 5, 2003 for Mail/Fax/In person registration.  

Graduate Students may Register by phone, fax, mail, or in person.

Undergraduate Students Must fill out a registration card (available from their advisor), or a Non-degree Registration Card (available in the Registrar's Office).

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS MUST REGISTER IN PERSON. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

 


 

AUGUST 2003

Thurs 21
Fri 22
Sun 24

Mon 25 

New Students Arrive; registration for new students not tested/registered over the summer
Registration
Opening Convocation
100% tuition refund if withdrawal is received prior to first class meeting
All classes begin (1:00 p.m.) 
80% tuition refund if withdrawal is received by September 15
0% tuition refund thereafter 

SEPTEMBER 2003

Mon 1
Tues 2
Mon 8
Mon 15

Labor Day - No Classes
Classes resume (8:30a.m.)
End drop/add period; last day to declare/change S/U or audit option 
End 80% refund

OCTOBER 2003

Mon 6


Mon 13
Wed 15

Mon 20

Last day to withdraw from class with a grade of W
Last day to submit spring internship applications 
Last day to file for extra credit (X) study 
Midterm recess - No classes
Classes resume (8:30a.m.)
Term II PE begins
Mid-term low grades due in Registrar's Office 

NOVEMBER 2003

Sat 1
Tues 4
Fri 7

Sat 8
Mon 10
Tue 11
Wed 12
Thurs 13
Fri 14




Mon 17
Tues 18

Wed 26 

Senior applications for graduation due in the Registrar's Office
Master's comprehensive examinations 
Advising day-No classes
Master's comprehensive examinations 
Begin Spring registration for seniors 
Begin Spring registration for juniors 
Begin Spring registration for sophomores 
Begin Spring registration for freshman
Applications for withdrawal from College for the spring semester
due in the Registrar's Office to be eligible for housing security
deposit refund
Last day to submit petitions for Spring semester study
abroad or at another institution 
Begin Spring registration for new/non-degree students 
Last day to withdraw from any undergraduate fall semester class
Last day to withdraw from any graduate fall semester class
Thanksgiving recess - No classes  

DECEMBER 2003

Mon 1
Tues 9

Wed 10
Thurs 11
Wed 17

Classes resume 8:30 a.m.
Undergraduate classes end
G raduate classes  end
Reading day 
Undergraduate examination period begins at 9:30 a.m. 
Undergraduate exams end at 11:30a.m.

JANUARY 2004

Fri 2

Final grades due in Registrar's Office by 9 a.m. 

Winter Semester 2004


 

JANUARY 2004

Sat 3
Sun 18
Fri 23

January / Winter term classes begin
January / Winter term classes end
Grades due

 

Spring Semester 2004


 

Registration for Spring 2004 graduate classes begins Jan 2, 2004 for
Mail/Fax/In person registration.


Graduate Students may Register by phone, fax, mail, or in person.

Undergraduate Students Must fill out a registration card (available from their advisor), or a Non-degree Registration Card (available in the Registrar's Office).

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS MUST REGISTER IN PERSON. NO EXCEPTIONS.
 

 


 

JANUARY 2004

Fri 2 
Mon 19 
Tues 20
Wed 21
 

Phone/in-person registration begins for Spring 2003 graduate courses 
New undergraduate students arrive; orientation begins
100% tuition refund if withdrawal is received prior to first class meeting
Registration 
Classes begin - 5 p.m.
80% tuition refund if withdrawal is received by February 10
0% tuition refund thereafter  

FEBRUARY 2004

Wed 4 
Tues 10

End of drop/add period; last day to declare/change S/U or audit options 
End 80% refund

MARCH 2004

Wed 3 


Mon 8
Mon 15

Mon 22

Last day to withdraw from class with a grade of W
Last day to file for extra credit (X) study 
Last day to submit Summer/Fall internship applications 
Midterm recess - No classes
Classes resume (8:30a.m.)
Term IV PE courses begin
Midterm grades due in Registrar's Office

APRIL 2004

Fri 2
Mon 5 
Tues 6
Wed 7
Fri 9
Tues 13
 

Thurs 15



Sat 17
Mon 19
Wed 21

Advising Day - No classes
Begin Fall registration for juniors 
Begin Fall registration for sophomores 
Begin Fall registration for freshman
Spring Holiday - No classes
Classes resume 8:30 am

Master's comprehensive examination 
Applications for withdrawal from college (Fall semester) due in Registrar's Office to be eligible for
housing security refund 
Last day to submit petitions to study abroad or at another institution 
Master's comprehensive examination
Begin Fall Registration for New/Non-degree students
Last day to withdraw from any undergraduate spring semester class
Last day to withdraw from graduate classes

MAY 2004

Mon 3

Tues 11
Wed 12
Thurs 13
Sat 15
Mon 17
Tues 18 

Sat 22
Mon 24

Registration for summer term undergraduate classes begins
Mail/Fax Registration for summer and fall 2004 graduate classes begins
Undergraduate classes end
Reading Day
Undergraduate final examination period begins 9:30 a.m. 
Final examination period ends for graduating seniors at 4:00 p.m. 
Final grades for graduating seniors and master's candidates due in Registrar's Office by 9 a.m. 
Undergraduate examination period ends at 11:30 a.m. 
Graduate classes end
Commencement 
All other grades due in Registrar's Office by 9:00 a.m.

 

Summer Semester 2004


 

Withdrawal/Tuition Refund Policy for Summer Terms

  • 100% tuition refund prior to the first day of class for all sessions.
  • 80% tuition refund within the first 2 calender days of 1 and 2 week sessions.
  • 80% tuition refund within the first 4 calender days of 3 and 4 week sessions.
  • 80% tuition refund within the first 7 calender days of 5 and 6 week sessions.
  • 0% tuition refund thereafter.


Registration for summer term undergraduate classes begins on Monday, May 3, 2004.
Mail/Fax registration for Summer and Fall 2004 graduate classes begins on Monday, May 3, 2004.
 

Graduate Students may Register by phone, fax, mail, or in person.

Undergraduate Students Must fill out a registration card (available from their advisor), or a Non-degree Registration Card (available in the Registrar's Office).

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS MUST REGISTER IN PERSON. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

 


 

MAY 2004

MON 24

Summer Term I begins

JULY 2004

SAT 3
SUN 4
TUES 6
FRI 9

Summer Term I ends
HOLIDAY - college closed
Summer Term II begins
Summer Term I grades due.

AUGUST 2004

SAT 14
FRI 20

Summer Term II ends
Summer Term II grades due.