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2019-20 Academic Calendar

Fall 2019 (pdf version)
Tuesday, August 13 -
Thursday, August 15
Faculty Retreat
Saturday, August 17 -
Tuesday, August 20
New Student Orientation
Sunday, August 18 College Housing Opens
Tuesday, August 20 Enrollment Confirmation Day
Wednesday, August 21 Classes Begin
First Seven-Week Courses Begin
10-Week Courses Begin
Tuesday, August 27 Course Registration/Changes Due
Monday, September 2 Labor Day (classes in session)
Friday, September 20 EPIC Expo: A Celebration of Excellence (no classes)
Friday, September 27 -
Sunday, September 29
Family Weekend
Thursday, October 3 -
Sunday, October 6
Early Semester Break
Wednesday, October 9 First Seven-Week Courses End
Monday, October 14 Your EPIC Journey at Earlham (Admissions)
Monday, October 14 Second Seven-Week Courses Begin
Friday, October 18 -
Sunday, October 20
Homecoming & Reunion Weekend
Monday, October 28 -
Friday, November 8
Academic Advising Period
Friday, November 1 Last day to drop an enrolled class
10-Week Courses End
Monday, November 11 -
Friday, November 15
Spring 2020 Registration Period
Monday, November 11 Your EPIC Journey at Earlham (Admissions)
Saturday, November 23 -
Sunday, December 1
Fall Break
Monday, December 2 Second Seven-Week Courses End
Friday, December 6 Last class day and
Incomplete petitions due by 4 p.m.
Saturday, December 7 -
Sunday, December 8
Reading Days
Monday, December 9 Final Examination Day
Tuesday, December 10 Reading Day
Wednesday, December 11 -
Thursday, December 12
Final Examination Days
Friday, December 13 College housing closes by 5 p.m.
Tuesday, December 17 Fall semester grades due by 4 p.m.
Spring 2020 (pdf version)
Sunday, January 12 College Housing Opens
Tuesday, January 14 Enrollment Confirmation Day
Wednesday, January 15 Classes Begin
First Seven-Week Courses Begin
10-Week Courses Begin
Monday, January 20 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Classes in session)
Tuesday, January 21 Course Registration/Changes Due
Sunday, February 16 -
Monday, February 17
Admission Admitted Event for Early Accepted Students
Thursday, February 20 -
Sunday, February 23
Early Semester Break
Wednesday, March 4 First Seven-Week Courses End
Monday, March 9 Second Seven-Week Courses Begin
Saturday, March 14 -
Sunday, March 22
Spring Break
Monday, March 23 -
Friday, April 3
Academic Advising Period
Sunday, March 29 -
Monday, March 30
Admission Admitted Student Event
Friday, April 3 Last day to drop an enrolled class
10-Week Courses End
Sunday, April 5 -
Monday, April 6
Admission Admitted Student Event
Monday, April 6 -
Friday, April 10
Fall 2020 Registration Period
Wednesday, April 15 Awards Convocation
Tuesday, April 21 EPIC Expo: A Celebration of Excellence (no classes)
Monday, April 27 Second Seven-Week Courses End
Friday, May 1 Last class day and
Incomplete petitions due by 4 p.m.
Saturday, May 2 -
Sunday, May 3
Reading Days
Monday, May 4 Final Examination Day
Tuesday, May 5 Reading day
Wednesday, May 6 -
Thursday, May 7
Final examination days
Friday, May 8 College housing closes (except for graduating seniors)
Friday, May 8 Graduating seniors’ grades due by Noon
Saturday, May 9 Commencement 2020
Wednesday, May 13 -
Wednesday, June 3
May Term
Monday, May 18 Spring Semester grades are due by 4 p.m.
Monday, June 8 May Term grades are due by 4 p.m.
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