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Academic Calendar Policy

Approved by the President — November 9, 2005

It is the responsibility of the Registrar to submit the official academic calendar of the College. A draft calendar will be proposed by the Registrar no later than the first week in November for consideration to those listed below. Within a week after consultation, the Registrar will post the draft calendar to the Faculty list serve. By November 15, the calendar will be forwarded to the President for final approval. Upon the President’s approval, the calendar will be posted to the College’s Web site as the Official Academic Calendar for the upcoming academic year as noted. The Registrar will forward a notice to the Faculty when the calendar has been officially posted.

Consultation will be sought from:

  • Admissions — Dean of Admissions (including Summer Programs)
  • Alumni Relations
  • Athletics — Athletics Director
  • Business Office
  • Campus Ministries
  • Campus Services
  • College Conference
  • Curricular Policy Committee
  • Faculty — via the list serve
  • Masters of Arts, Master of Education Programs
  • Residential Life
  • Dining Services

The Draft is also shared with the Earlham School of Religion.

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