SEPT 15 - 24 | Q drop period. Courses may be dropped without academic penalty. Approval of the Graduate Adviser and Graduate Dean required.
SEPT 25 – Dec 5 | Q/F drop period. Dropping a course requires the approval of the instructor, who must assign a “Q” or “F,” the Graduate Adviser, and the Graduate Dean.
OCT 13 | Last day to apply for a graduate degree.
OCT 22 | Last day to change grade status to or from the credit/no credit basis.
Last day for new doctoral candidates to change registration to dissertation.
DEC 5 | Last class day. This is the last day to drop a class or withdraw from the fall semester.
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