a division of a school year , the time during which a school , college or university holds classes
There are two regular academic terms in the calendar year: 1) Fall: September to January; 2) Winter: February to June. An additional Mid-Winter term is sometimes offered for specific courses of study. This Mid-Winter Term runs from December to March. Intensive Summer Term courses are occasionally offered during the months of July and August.
An academic term is an independent academic period of 15 weeks, half of an academic year. Also referred to as a semester (see definition below).
There are five academic terms in the calendar year: 1) Fall: September – December; 2) Winter: January – April; 3) Spring: May – August; 4) Intersession: May – June; 5) Summer: July – August.
There are three academic terms in the calendar year: 1) Fall: September to December; 2) Winter: January to April; 3) Spring: May to August
Fall, spring and summer weeks when classes are in session. The fall and spring semesters are approximately fifteen weeks long. The summer semester usually has two sessions varying in length from eight to twelve weeks.
The time duration of a course schedule, generally a fall or spring semester consisting of 16 weeks, a summer session consisting of four or eight weeks, or an intersession consisting of the weeks between a semester and/or session.
is an administrative time period within which sessions are defined, students are billed, and statistics are accumulated for individual students as well as for the entire school.
An academic term is a division of an academic year, the time during which a school, college or university holds classes. These divisions may be called 'terms', 'semesters', 'quarters', or 'trimesters', depending on the institution and the country.