Spring 2019 semester (regular/full session)
Registration by Appointment: Nov 5-16
Open enrollment: Nov 19 - January 15
Last Day to Wait List: January 15
Classes meet: January 16 - May 3
Class Permission last date: January 30
Mid Term Evaluation Rosters:
- Available: February 18
- Due: March 18
Spring Break: March 11 -15
Drop a class, last day: April 3
Final exams: May 6 - May 10
Grades Due: May 15 by 11:59PM
MED Term: 01/02 -04/26/2019
Grades Due: May 01
PHAR Term: 01/14 -05/17/2019
Grades Due: May 22
Summer 2019 semester (regular/full session)
Open enrollment: March 4
May Session start: May 13
1st 7 Weeks Session start: May 13
Summer Session I start: June 10
2nd 7 Weeks Session start: June 25
Summer Session II start: July 1
Grades Due: 3 business days after the scheduled official class end date.
End of Summer term: August 16
Fall 2019 semester (regular/full session)
Registration by Appntmnt: April 1-12
Open enrollment: April 15 - August 25
Last Day to Wait List: August 25
Classes meet: August 26- December 6
Class Permission last date: Sept 10
Mid Term Evaluation Rosters:
- Available: October 1
- Due: October 22
Fall Break: October 25 & 26
Drop a class, last day: Nov 6
Final exams: Dec 9 - December 13
Grades Due: December 18 by 11:59 PM
2018-2019 Final Exam Information (Term Code: 1189 = fall, 1193 = spring, & 1185 = summer 2018)
The class final exam will be scheduled on one of the class meeting days, in the same room, at about the same time with accommodation for things such as Common Exams (multiple classes and 1 exam), makeup exam times, etc.
What are Common Exams?
Common exams are made available if a course has multiple classes (sections) and more then one class will meet at the same time to take the same exam. Ask your associate dean before the start of the term for this accommodation.
Guides - Need to Know information for instructors & Faculty Academic Advisors
Guides - Semester Start
Guides - Grading & Semester End
Guide: Articulation Agreements
All Institutional Agreements domestic or international must be reviewed and approved by the Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs in order for it to be considered official.
UMD's Institutional Agreements, domestic and international (link)
Guide: Academic Policy
Incomplete Grade Guidance:
Q. Can a student take my class again next term without enrolling? A: No, not allowed per Board of Regents and in accordance with the UMN contract with the U.S. Department of Education and our ability to assist students in obtaining Federal Financial Aid.
Q. How much of my class does the student have to complete? A: Up to the faculty discretion, but a significant portion of the class must be complete in order for an Incomplete contract to be considered.
Students must be enrolled in their are receiving academic instruction:
- Board of Regent policy Section II.(1) - Students cannot participate in a class without registration and payment
- University & UMD Grading & Transcript policy, Section C(8) - An "I" grade does not entitle the student to not register
- University & UMD Grading & Transcript policy, Section E(2). c - Students cannot sit in a class without registering
- University & UMD Grading & Transcript policy, Section F(1) - Students with grades of C- or lower may reregister for the class and the last attempt counts in their cumulative GPA.
UMD incomplete contract: http://d.umn.edu/sites/champ.d.umn.edu/files/incomplete_grade_form.pdf