All deadlines are at 12:00 midnight unless otherwise stated.
All dates and deadlines are subject to change.
|May 25 to June 24||Apply online for August 2022 degree via myState - $50 fee|
|June 1||New freshmen and transfer student orientation|
|June 2||Classes begin|
|June 6||Last day to drop or add a course (3rd class day)|
|June 6||Last day to request undergraduate academic forgiveness (Last day to add a course)|
|June 24||Last day to apply for August 2022 degree via myState - $50 fee|
|June 25 to July 22||Late application for August 2022 degree via myState - $50 fee plus $100 late fee|
|June 29 to July 5||Break for ten-week classes|
|July 4||Fourth of July Holiday – no classes scheduled|
|July 6||Classes resume|
|July 18||Last day to drop a course with a “W” grade (28th class day) 5:00 p.m.|
|July 22||Deadline to apply for August 2022 degree via myState - $50 fee plus $100 late fee|
|July 26||Last day to withdraw from the semester (5 class days remaining)|
|August 1||Classes end|
|August 2||Reading Day (No mandatory class assignments, requirements, meetings)|
|August 3||Final Examinations (August 3, 4)|
|August 4||Last day for August 2022 degree applicants to pay account balance 3:00 p.m.|
|August 8||Final grades due 10:00 a.m.|
Graduation (No Commencement Ceremony)
August Graduates invited to attend December ceremony, no charge except regalia rental.
*Drop – If you are choosing to drop one or more classes from a specific *term while still staying enrolled in at least one course. Dropping a course will result in a grade of “W” and tuition plus addition fees will be charged.
*Withdrawal – If you are enrolled in a course/courses as of the first day of the *term and you decide not to attend, you are withdrawing from the term. A withdrawal will result in a grade of “W” and a percentage, if not all, tuition will
be owed depending on the effective withdrawal date.
*Term – Please be aware there are several parts of term for the summer. Maymester, 1 st 5 week, 2 nd 5 week and the 10 week term are each considered individual terms.