The College's Academic Calendar contains key dates important to every student, including the start and end dates of classes, holidays, exam days, registration dates, and financial aid deadlines, among others. It can be found in the Event Calendar section of this website or in the front section of the printed catalog.
The academic calendar is the official timeline for activities of students. It lists the days of registration, the dates of classes, holidays, examinations, and other activities. The academic calendar is available online and is printed in the Undergraduate Bulletin (catalog) and the schedule of courses offered per term.
The calendar provides all the information about academic programs, fees, regulations, important phone numbers, admission procedures, grading systems, scholarships, course descriptions, and much more.
A calendar indicating key dates and deadlines for important academic requirements and/or activities including, but not limited to, the start and end dates of classes, holidays, exam days, and registration dates.
Cal Poly's academic calendar consists of four ten-week quarters â€“ Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer.
A calendar that lists the date of registration, college deadline dates, college holidays and other important information.
Dates that are used by the SAS to control day-to-day business, including terms, sessions, transaction dates and deadlines. Examples: First day to register, last day to drop, first day of class, last day of exams etc.
A period of time from the start of the fall semester or quarter, usually in September, but occasionally in August or October, and continuing through the completion of the spring semester or quarter, usually in May or June.
A two-year calendar indicating quarter start and end dates, holidays to be observed by GRCC campuses, and other nonâ€“class days.
The official College calendar showing deadlines, holidays, student activity events, etc. CCC schedules of classes are built around a fall and spring semester and a summer session. The fall and spring semesters are sixteen weeks in length and the summer session is eight weeks long. An academic calendar is in the College Catalog and online.
A calendar that lists the dates of registration, college deadline dates, holidays and other important information. This calendar can be found in the SCHEDULE OF CLASSES.