The schedule of classes (sometimes called the catalog or bulletin of classes) is published for fall, spring, and summer terms. The schedule is available well in advance of each term to allow ample time for registration. It is mailed to the homes of all registered, part-time students and is also available on campus at the Student Administrative Services Center. You can also access the current schedule of classes online by clicking here.
The schedule of classes contains important information on the following:
The academic calendar is a very important source of information. It contains the following dates and deadlines:
Note: While the University holds classes during many religious holidays, students observing these holidays are granted excused absences, provided they notify their professors in advance. The University-recognized religious holidays are stipulated at the end of the academic calendar.
Final exams are not always administered during the usual class time, though they typically take place in the same classroom where the class was held. Day classes have specific examination periods assigned to them; evening classes will often schedule exams during the regular meeting time (of the class) during examination week.
Note: Examination week is the week following the end of classes. Students are expected to be available through the end of examination week. For final examination schedules for winter, summer, and special sessions, refer to the course syllabus.