Academic Calendar

Select your campus and expand the tabs below to view a snap shot of all the important dates you need to be aware of during each academic semester.

Winter 2022

Intersession Classes Begin Monday, January 2
Final Class Meeting/Final Exam Friday, January 13

Spring 2023



Martin Luther King Day - no classes Monday, January 16
Weekday classes begin Tuesday, January 17
Registration and program changes Tuesday, January 17 - Monday, January 30
First weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, January 21-22
Registration and program changes end Monday, January 30
Summer and Fall Registration Opens (tentative) Monday, February 13
President's Day-no classes Monday, February 20
Tuesday follows a Monday schedule Tuesday, February 21
Last day to apply for May degree Friday, February 24
First weekend session final examinations Saturday-Sunday, March 4-5
Spring Recess Begins
Monday, March 6
Classes Resume
Monday, March 13
Second weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, March 18-19
Last day for withdrawal from full-semester classes Friday, March 31
Second weekend session final examinations/Last Class Meeting Saturday-Sunday, April 29-30
Last day of regular classes Tuesday, May 2
Final examinations-undergraduate and graduate Wednesday-Tuesday, May 3 - 9
Last day to submit thesis and complete degree requirements Friday, May 12
Commencement
Thursday, May 18
Conferral of May degrees Friday, May 19

Winter 2022

Intersession Classes Begin Monday, January 2
Final Class Meeting/Final Exam Friday, January 13

Spring 2023



Martin Luther King Day - no classes Monday, January 16
Weekday classes begin Tuesday, January 17
Registration and program changes Tuesday, January 17 - Monday, January 30
First weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, January 21-22
Registration and program changes end Monday, January 30
Summer and Fall Registration Opens (tentative) Monday, February 13
President's Day-no classes Monday, February 20
Tuesday follows a Monday schedule Tuesday, February 21
Last day to apply for May degree Friday, February 24
First weekend session final examinations Saturday-Sunday, March 4-5
Spring Recess Begins
Monday, March 6
Classes Resume
Monday, March 13
Second weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, March 18-19
Last day for withdrawal from full-semester classes Friday, March 31
Semester classes meeting Monday through Friday end Tuesday, April 25
Class make-up/study days Wednesday-Thursday, April 26-27
Final examinations-undergraduate and graduate Friday - Thursday, April 28- May 4
Commencement Ceremony
Friday, May 5
Conferral of May degrees Friday, May 12

Spring 2023


Classes Begin January 9
Martin Luther King Day-No Classes
Admin. Offices  Open
January 16
Presidents' Day-No Classes/University Holiday February 20
Spring Recess March 10-13
Classes Resume March 14
Last Day of Regular Classes April 19
Final Examinations April 20-28
Grades Due May 1

Spring 2023



Martin Luther King Day - no classes Monday, January 16
Weekday classes begin Tuesday, January 17
Registration and program changes Tuesday, January 17 - Monday, January 30
First weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, January 21-22
Registration and program changes end Monday, January 30
Summer and Fall Registration Opens (tentative) Monday, February 13
President's Day-no classes Monday, February 20
Tuesday follows a Monday schedule Tuesday, February 21
Last day to apply for May degree Friday, February 24
First weekend session final examinations Saturday-Sunday, March 4-5
Spring Recess Begins
Monday, March 6
Classes Resume
Monday, March 13
Second weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, March 18-19
Last day for withdrawal from full-semester classes Friday, March 31
Semester classes meeting Monday through Friday end Tuesday, April 25
Class make-up/study days Wednesday-Thursday, April 26-27
Final examinations-undergraduate and graduate Friday - Thursday, April 28- May 4
Commencement Ceremony
Friday, May 5
Conferral of May degrees Friday, May 12

Spring 2023



Martin Luther King Day - no classes Monday, January 16
Weekday classes begin Tuesday, January 17
Registration and program changes Tuesday, January 17 - Monday, January 30
First weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, January 21-22
Registration and program changes end Monday, January 30
Summer and Fall Registration Opens (tentative) Monday, February 13
President's Day-no classes Monday, February 20
Tuesday follows a Monday schedule Tuesday, February 21
Last day to apply for May degree Friday, February 24
First weekend session final examinations Saturday-Sunday, March 4-5
Spring Recess Begins
Monday, March 6
Classes Resume
Monday, March 13
Second weekend session classes begin Saturday-Sunday, March 18-19
Last day for withdrawal from full-semester classes Friday, March 31
Second weekend session final examinations/Last Class Meeting Saturday-Sunday, April 29-30
Last day of regular classes Tuesday, May 2
Final examinations-undergraduate and graduate Wednesday-Tuesday, May 3 - 9
Last day to submit thesis and complete degree requirements Friday, May 12
Commencement
Thursday, May 18
Conferral of May degrees Friday, May 19

Exam Schedules




Notification of Student Rights Under Section 224-a of New York State Education Law –
Absence Due to Religious Observation

Under § 224-a of the NYS Education Law: "Any student in an institution of higher education who is unable, because of his or her religious beliefs, to attend classes on a particular day or days shall, because of such absence on the particular day or days, be excused from any examination or any study or work requirements. It shall be the responsibility of the faculty and of the administrative officials of each institution of higher education to make available to each student who is absent from school, because of his or her religious beliefs, an equivalent opportunity to register for classes or make up any examination, study or work requirements which he or she may have missed because of such absence on any particular day or days. No fees of any kind shall be charged by the institution for making available to the said student such equivalent opportunity."

Students who anticipate being absent because of a religious observance should, whenever possible, notify faculty in advance of such anticipated absence.


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