Final Examination Schedule
|Exam Day||Exam Time||For Classes that meet during term at:||Common Hour Exams|
|Monday April 27||8:00 A.M.||10:10 AM Mon/Wed/Fri|
|12:00 P.M.||11:00 AM Tues/Thurs|
|4:00 P.M.||4:40 PM Mon/Wed/Fri||BUSI 5:00 PM Mon/Wed|
|Tuesday, April 28||8:00 A.M.||8:00 AM Tues/Thurs||PHYS 114, 115|
|12:00 P.M.||12:20 PM Mon/Wed/Fri||BUSI – 12:30 PM Mon/Wed|
|4:00 P.M.||3:30 PM Tues/Thurs||CHEM 530L, BUSI 408|
|7:00 P.M.||Classes starting after 5:00 PM on Thurs only|
|Wednesday, April 29||Reading Day|
|Thursday, April 30||8:00 A.M.||Foreign Language Common Hour Exam|
|ARAB 102, 204|
|CHIN 102, 204, 212|
|FREN 101, 102, 105, 203, 204|
|GERM 101, 102, 203, 204|
|HEBR 102, 204, 305|
|HNUR 102, 204|
|ITAL 101, 102, 203, 204|
|JAPN 102, 204|
|KOR 102, 204|
|LATN 101, 102|
|PORT 101, 102, 203, 204|
|RUSS 102, 204|
|SPAN 100, 101, 102, 105, 203, 204|
|12:00 P.M.||1:25 PM Mon/Wed/Fri|
|4:00 P.M.||5:45 PM Mon/Wed/Fri||MATH 110, 130, 152, 231, 232, 233|
|7:00 P.M.||Classes starting after 5:45 PM on Wed only|
|Friday, May 1||8:00 A.M.||9:30 AM Tues/Thurs|
|12:00 P.M.||12:30 PM Tues/Thurs|
|4:00 P.M.||8:00 AM Mon/Wed/Fri||BUSI 408|
|7:00 P.M.||Classes starting after 5:00 PM on Tues or Tues/Thurs|
|Saturday, May 2||Reading Day|
|Monday, May 4||8:00 A.M.||9:05 AM Mon/Wed/Fri||BUSI 9:30 AM Mon/Wed|
|12:00 P.M.||2:00 PM Tues/Thurs|
|4:00 P.M.||3:35 PM Mon/Wed/Fri||BUSI 3:30 PM Mon/Wed
|Tuesday, May 5||8:00 A.M.||2:30 PM Mon/Wed/Fri||BUSI 2:00 PM Mon/Wed|
|12:00 P.M.||11:15 AM Mon/Wed/Fri||BUSI 11:00 AM Mon/Wed|
|4:00 P.M.||5:00 PM Tues/Thurs||Classes not otherwise provided for in this schedule|
|7:00 P.M.||Classes starting after 5:45 PM on Mon or Mon/Wed|
Only classes that start at a non-standard time on their first meeting day each week will hold their exam during the examination period for classes not otherwise provided for in the schedule.
*Common Hour Exams conflicting with other exams must be the exams that are rescheduled.
Final assessments are required in all undergraduate courses. (See the University Catalog for rules on exceptions)
- No examinations (except for laboratory sections) may be held at a time other than that specified in the general schedule except after first petitioning the dean and with the advance approval of the provost.
- No examination time can be changed after it has been announced.
- No special preparation quizzes may be given during the last five days of classes (last two days of classes for summer school) before the beginning of the final exam period. Assignments which will be considered a part of the final exam should be clearly announced in the course syllabus, and should be due on the date of the examination.
- No examination may begin later than 7:00 p.m.
Final examinations should ordinarily cover two hours but should not exceed three hours.
Instructors teaching classes scheduled for Common Hour Exams shall request the students in these classes to report to them any conflict with any other examination not later than Friday, March 20, 2020. In case of a conflict, the department offering the Common Hour Exam is responsible for offering alternative accommodations to impacted students.
A student who has three final examinations scheduled by the Office of the University Registrar within a twenty-four-hour period or two scheduled at the same time may request his or her dean (or designee) for permission to have one of the scheduled examinations rescheduled. In all cases in which an examination is to be rescheduled, the instructor may reschedule that examination during the final examination period, but not later than the end of the following semester. Any petition for a change in the examination schedule because of the “three exams in a twenty-four hour” rule must be made to your dean’s office before the first day of the final examinations. Students are required to take final examinations as scheduled. The only exceptions are for illness as documented by being on infirmary list at Campus Health Services or for other medically-documented or family or personal emergency situations. A student must meet with an academic dean to request permission for an examination excuse and documentation will be required.