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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Observance, no classes.
 
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Mini-session 1 Early warning grades due in Banner. 5 p.m.
 
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Last day to submit application for the Foreign Language Exam to the School of Graduate Studies.
 
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Last day to submit applications for December Graduation to the School of Graduate Studies.
 
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Fall Admission Graduate School and PhD Applications – Priority Deadline and Final Deadline for MSW Traditional Two Year. Next business day if date falls on weekend.
 
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Early warning progress reports due in Banner. by 5 p.m.
 
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Last day to submit application for the Foreign Language Exam to the School of Graduate Studies.
 
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Mini-session 1 mid-term examinations.
 
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Mini-session 1 mid-term progress reports due in Banner. 5 p.m.
 
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Last day for deans to submit course offerings for the summer sessions and fall 2019.
 
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Mini-session 1 last day to withdraw from a course.
 
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Last day to withdraw from the university with a prorated tuition and fee adjustment.
 
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Last day to file for May graduation.
 
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Application deadline for summer or fall study abroad (campus deadline). Next business day if date falls on weekend.
 
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Midterm progress reports due in Banner. by 4 p.m.
 
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Foreign language examinations for master’s candidates.
 
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Make-up day for Law School for classes cancelled by inclement weather.
 
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Mid-term Examination period Law School.
 
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Mini-session 1 Reading day.
 
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Fall Admission Graduate School and PhD Applications – Late Deadline. Next business day if date falls on weekend.
 
 
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