Skip to main content


Open Main MenuClose Main Menu

Academic Calendar -

Spring 2018


Note: Short courses have unique drop/add and refund deadlines; look up the specific deadlines for these courses on Short, Internet and Outreach Class Schedules page. Additional deadlines apply to graduate students. See the Graduate College Academic Calendar.

December 18, 2017 - January 12, 2018
Winter intersession (4 weeks)


December 22, 2017 - January 1, 2018
University Holiday


Tuesday, January 9
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for spring pre-session classes


Friday, January 12
Final enrollment date - late fee assessed after this date


Monday, January 15
University Holiday


Tuesday, January 16
Class work begins


Tuesday, January 23
100% Refund, Nonrestrictive Drop/Add Deadline (details)


Friday, January 26
Partial Refund, Restrictive Drop/Add Deadline (details)


Tuesday, February 20
Instructors may begin submitting six week grades


Tuesday, March 6
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for first eight week classes


Wednesday, March 7 (noon)
Six week grades due by noon from faculty


Monday-Friday, March 19-23
Students' Spring Break


Monday, April 2
Deadline to file graduation Application (for name to appear in the spring commencement program)


Friday, April 13
W Drop/Withdraw Deadline (details)


Friday, April 27
W/F Withdraw Deadline (details)


Monday-Friday, April 30-May 4
Pre-Finals Week


Tuesday, May 1
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for all spring classes


Friday, May 4
Class work ends


Monday-Friday, May 7-11
Finals Week


Friday, May 11
Graduate Commencement


Saturday, May 12
Undergraduate Commencement


Wednesday, May 16 (noon)
Final grades due by noon electronically from faculty


-Grade reports are compiled shortly after the end of the semester and are made available electronically to the student, the student's advisor and the student's dean.


A University Holiday falls within the semester. If the scheduled classes do not meet, additional class time or assignments may make up the difference.

Back To Top