Spring Semester 2016
(January 25 – May 26, 2016)
|January 24*||Sunday||Last Day for Dropping Courses via the Web with 100% Refund of Tuition and Fees (Preceding Business day is Friday, January 22)*|
|January 25||Monday||CLASSES BEGIN – Late Registration Fee Required|
|January 29||Friday||Last Day to Add a Course without Instructor/Departmental Approval (Green Slip)|
|January 31*||Sunday||Last Day for 75% Refund of Tuition and Fees |
(Preceding Business day is Friday, January 29)*
|February 7*||Sunday||Last Day for 50% Refund of Tuition and Fees|
(Preceding Business day is Friday, February 5)*
|February 13||Saturday||Winter Recess Begins at Close of Saturday Classes|
|February 14*||Sunday||Last Day Student May Drop Course(s) and for 25% Refund of Tuition and Fees (Preceding Business day is Friday, February 12)*|
|February 14-21**||Sunday –Sunday||WINTER RECESS – NO CLASSES**|
|February 15||Monday||Course Withdrawal Period Begins|
|February 22||Monday||CLASSES RESUME|
|March 26||Saturday||SPRING RECESS BEGINS AT CLOSE OF SATURDAY CLASSES|
|Sunday – Sunday||SPRING RECESS – NO CLASSES**|
|April 4||Monday||CLASSES RESUME|
|April 30*||Saturday||Last Day for Students to Withdraw From an Individual Course with a Grade of “W” (Preceding Business day is Friday, April 29)*|
|April 30*||Saturday||Last Day for Faculty to Recommend Course Withdrawals for Non-Attendance (Preceding Business day is Friday, April 29)*|
|May 20||Friday||Last Day of Classes|
|May 20||Friday||Last Day for Students to Process a Complete Withdrawal from the College with a Grade of “W”|
|May 21-26||Saturday –Thursday||FINAL EXAMINATION PERIOD FOR DAY, EVENING and SATURDAY CLASSES|
|May 30||Monday||MEMORIAL DAY – COLLEGE CLOSED|
|May 31||Tuesday||Final Grades Due by 12:00 noon – ALL COURSES|
*Weekend and holiday (Labor Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, etc.) deadlines refer to transactions submitted via the Web. In-person transactions must be completed by the preceding business day.
**Dates adjusted to match Monroe County Public School Calendars.
NOTE: All students who wish to receive a degree from Monroe Community College must file an “Intent to Graduate Application” upon registering for their last semester.
NOTE: Deadlines may be different for varied length courses.