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2001-2002 Academic Calendar

August 20, 2001-May 31, 2002

FALL SEMESTER 2001

August 24, Friday New Student Registration/Orientation
August 27, Monday, 8 am Instruction Begins
September 3, Monday Labor Day - Classes Suspended
September 20-23, Thursday - Sunday Homecoming & Family Weekend
October 13, Saturday, 5 pm Mid-term (1st Quarter Ends)
October 15 and 16, Monday and Tuesday Mid-semester Break - Classes Suspended
October 15, Monday, 4 pm Student Progress Evaluations Due in Registrar's Office
October 17, Wednesday, 8 am Instruction Resumes
November 20, Tuesday, 10 pm Thanksgiving Recess Begins - Classes Suspended
November 26, Monday, 8 am Instruction Resumes
December 8, Saturday, 5 pm Regular Course Schedule Ends (1) (2nd Quarter Ends)
December 10, Monday, 8 am Final Exam Period Begins
December 15, Saturday, 5 pm Final Exam Period Ends (Semester Ends)
December 21, Friday, 4 pm Grades Due From Faculty

SPRING SEMESTER 2002

January 25, Friday New Student Registration
January 28, Monday, 8 am Instruction Begins
March 16, Saturday, 5 pm Spring Recess Begins - Classes Suspended, Mid-term (3rd Quarter Ends)
March 18, Monday, 4 pm Student Progress Evaluations Due in Registrar's Office
March 25, Monday, 8 am Instruction Resumes
April 10, Wednesday, 8 am-5 pm Scholars Day and the Spring Honors and Awards Ceremony - Classes Suspended
April 10, Wednesday, 5 -11 pm Classes in Session
May 11, Saturday, 5 pm Regular Course Schedule Ends (1) (4th Quarter Ends)
May 13, Monday, 8 am Final Exam Period Begins
May 18, Saturday, 5 pm Final Exam Period Ends (Semester Ends)
May 18, Saturday Commencement
May 24, Friday, 4 pm Grades Due From Faculty

M.W.F. Classes (from 8:15 am to 6 pm) are 60 minutes in length with 15 minutes between classes. T.R. Classes (from 8 am to 6:15 pm) are 90 minutes in length with 15 minutes between classes.

(1) According to the College policy, no examinations may be given during the last week of classes.

(2) See the Schedule of Classes for Refund Schedule and Quarter Course Drop Schedule.

Under section 224-A of the Education Law of the State of New York, absence from class for religious beliefs is excused, and the opportunity to make up work is provided.

Last updated: 04/11/2001

Events

Sat, Apr 26

APA & Library Services
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Research & Database Searching
noon - 1 pm