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2017-2018 Official Academic Calendar

The Academic Calendar is the official College calendar that outlines semester start and end dates, official holidays, college breaks, mid-semester dates, quarter dates, student teaching timelines, study days, final exam periods, and commencement dates. The Official Academic Calendar is determined by the Campus Calendar Committee, chaired by the President's Office. The calendars are approved by the Faculty Senate prior to publication.

Important Dates and Deadlines

  • Important Dates and Deadlines - Fall 2017 (PDF)
    This academic calendar supplement includes all of the critical course and semester dates, course deadlines, registration windows, time ticket information, and other important deadlines or administrative dates that are of value to students, faculty and staff.

  • Registration Calendars
    Review registration availability timeframes, time ticket windows for pre-registration and standard registration periods.

Final Exams

The final exam week is the last week in the Fall and Spring semesters. Semester exams conform to standard exam times based on the class schedule. 

Future Academic Calendars

On April 27, 2015 the President's Cabinet approved changes to the student teaching schedule for the 2015-2017 academic years.  The 2016-2017 academic calendar reflects the approved changes as of May 1, 2015.

Past Academic Calendars

Official Dates of Degree Conferral

Please review the degree conferral pages for additional dates and deadlines related to degree conferral.  All degree requirements must be completed by the official conferral dates to receive a degree during that term. 

 
 Term

 
 Official Conferral Date

 
 Spring 2017

 
 June 3, 2017

 
 Summer 2017

 
 August 26, 2017

 
 Fall 2017

 
 January 20, 2018

 
 Winter 2018

 
 February 3, 2018

Religious Observance Dates and Class Attendance

The campus calendar provides for some specific times of religious observance, but is not an exhaustive representation of religious observances.  New York State Education Law provides additional guidance and outlines additional obligations regarding religious observances.

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