|Advising available||August 26 (M)||August 25 (M)||August 24 (M)|
|Instruction begins||September 3 (T)||September 2 (T)||September 2 (W)|
|Labor Day||September 2 (M)||September 1 (M)||September 7 (M)|
|Thanksgiving recess||November 28–December 1(R–N)||November 27–30 (R–N)||November 26–29 (R–N)|
|Last class day||December 13 (F)||December 12 (F)||December 15 (T)|
|Exams begin||December 15 (N)||December 14 (N)||December 17 (R)|
|Exams end||December 21 (S)||December 20 (S)||December 23 (W)|
|Commencement||December 22 (N)||December 21 (N)||December 20 (N)|
|Last day grades in||December 27 (F)||December 26 (F)||December 29 (T)|
|Advising available||January 13 (M)||January 12 (M)||January 11 (M)|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day||January 20 (M)||January 19 (M)||January 18 (M)|
|Instruction begins||January 21 (T)||January 20 (T)||January 19 (T)|
|Spring recess||March 15–23 (S–N)||March 28–April 5 (S–N)||March 19–27 (S–N)|
|Classes resume||March 24 (M)||April 6 (M)||March 28 (M)|
|Last class day||May 9 (F)||May 8 (F)||May 6 (F)|
|Exams begin||May 11 (N)||May 10 (N)||May 8 (N)|
|Exams end||May 17 (S)||May 16 (S)||May 14 (S)|
|Commencement weekend||May 16–18 (F–N)||May 15–17 (F–N)||May 13–15 (F–N|
|Last day grades in||May 23 (F)||May 22 (F)||May 20 (F)|
|Memorial Day||May 26 (M)||May 25 (M)||May 30 (M)|
|3-week session||May 27 (T)||May 26 (T)||May 23 (M)|
|8-week session||June 16 (M)||June 15 (M)||June 13 (M)|
|Independence Day (observed)
||July 4 (F)
||July 4 (S)
||July 4 (M)
|8-week session ends||August 8 (F)||August 7 (F)||August 5 (F)|
Religious Observances Policy. In accordance with regent and faculty policy, faculty are asked not to schedule mandatory exercises on days when religious observances may cause substantial numbers of students to be absent from the university. Some religions mark observances over multiple days, which may begin at sunset on the day preceding the posted date(s) of the holiday. For a listing, though not exhaustive, of religious holidays, see the Interfaith Calendar. Any student with a conflict between an academic requirement and any religious observance must be given an alternative means of meeting the academic requirement. A student’s claim of a religious conflict, which may include travel time, should be accepted at face value.
For detailed information about the academic calendar, see this link.
Days: M Monday; T Tuesday; W Wednesday; R Thursday; F Friday; S Saturday; N Sunday.
The Academic Calendar is subject to change.