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University of Texas at Austin, UT Austin Academic Calendar / Academic Sessions

The University of Texas at Austin, UT Austin has released its academic calendar for / and / academic sessions, newly admitted and returning students are to take note.

University of Texas at Austin, UT Austin Academic Calendar / Academic Sessions

The academic calendar hints about The University of Texas at Austin, UT Austin resumption date for new and returning students , examination date and other academic activities for the year.

See below, the academic calendar for sessional dates in / and / academic year.

UT AUSTIN SESSIONAL DATES FOR / and / ACADEMIC SESSIONS

The academic calendar for / and / academic session as approved by senate of the The University of Texas at Austin, UT Austin.

Academic Calendar

July 24
Wednesday Last day during the summer session that new summer session students, continuing students, readmitted students, and new graduate students can register for the fall semester.
July 30
Tuesday Tuition bills for the fall semester distributed to students electronically. Notice is sent to the e-mail address on the student’s record.
August 16
Friday Tuition payment deadline is p.m. for undergraduate students who registered for the fall semester by Wednesday, July Tuition may be paid in full or in installments.
Orientation for new graduate international students.
August 19
Monday Orientation for new undergraduate international students.
August 20
Tuesday University required Orientation for new undergraduate transfer students.
August 21
Wednesday University required Orientation and testing begin for new freshmen students.
Fall Semester
August 23
Friday Registration for the fall semester for new undergraduate students and all graduate students who have not yet registered. To complete registration, undergraduate students must pay tuition by p.m. on Tuesday, August 27; graduate and law students must pay tuition by p.m. on Tuesday, September 3.
Last day a graduate student may register in absentia.
University residence halls open at a.m.
University Health Services benefits become available to registered students.
August 26
Monday Registration for the fall semester for new, readmitted, and continuing students who have not yet registered. To complete registration, undergraduate students must pay tuition by p.m. on Tuesday, August 27; graduate and law students must pay tuition by p.m, on Tuesday, September 3. 
Add/drop for the fall semester for students who registered and paid their tuition and fees by Friday, August
August 27
Tuesday Registration and add/drop for the fall semester for all students.
Tuition payment for undergraduate students who registered after Wednesday, July 24 are due by p.m.
August 28
Wednesday Classes begin.
September 2
Monday Labor Day holiday.
September 3
Tuesday Fourth class day; Last day of the official add/drop period; after this date, changes in registration may require the approval of the department chair and usually the student’s dean.
Last day undergraduate students may register and pay tuition without the approval of the registrar. (See General Information, Academic Policies and Procedures, for details).
Last day graduate students may register and pay tuition without the approval of the graduate dean.
Last day law students may register and pay tuition without the approval of the dean.
Tuition payment deadline is p.m. for undergraduate, graduate, and law students. Tuition may be paid in full or in installments.
September 13
Friday Twelfth class day; this is the date the official enrollment count is taken.
Payment for added classes (add bill) due by p.m.
Last day an undergraduate student may add a class except for rare and extenuating circumstances. 
Last day to drop a class for a possible refund. (See General Information, Academic, Policies and Procedures and Registration, Tuition, and Fees for details.)
Last day a graduate student may, with the required approvals, add a class.
Last day a law student may add a class. Last day a law student may drop a class without the approval of the dean.
September 27
Friday Second tuition payment due for students who selected the installment plan.
October 16
Wednesday Intrasemester reports due in the deans’ offices.  
October 23
Wednesday Last day to apply for a law degree.
Last day a law student may register in absentia.
October ,
Thursday-Friday, Monday-Wednesday Academic advising for continuing and readmitted students for the spring semester.
October 25
Friday Final tuition payment due for students who selected the installment plan.
October 31
Thursday Last day an undergraduate student may, with the dean’s approval, withdraw from the University or drop a class except for urgent and substantiated, nonacademic reasons.
Last day an undergraduate student may change registration in a class to or from the pass/fail basis.
Last day a law student may change registration in a class to or from the pass/fail basis.
Last day to apply for an undergraduate degree.
October November 8
Daily Registration for the spring semester for continuing and readmitted students. 
November 12
Tuesday Tuition bills for the spring semester distributed to students electronically. Notice is sent to the e-mail address on the student’s record.
November 15
Friday Last day to apply for a graduate degree.
November 25
Monday Last day a graduate student may change registration in a class to or from the credit/no credit basis.
November
Wednesday-Saturday Thanksgiving holidays.
December 6
Friday Last day to submit master’s report, recital, thesis, doctoral dissertation, or treatise to the graduate dean. 
December 7
Saturday Fall graduation ceremonies in some of the colleges and schools. 
December 9
Monday Last class day.
Last day a graduate student or a law student may, with the required approvals, drop a class or withdraw from the University.
Last day an undergraduate may register in absentia. 
December 10
Tuesday Reading day in the School of Law.
December , 15
Tuesday-Wednesday, Sunday No-class days.
December ,
Wednesday-Saturday, Monday-Friday Fall semester final examinations in the School of Law.
December ,
Thursday-Saturday, Monday-Wednesday Fall semester final examinations except in the School of Law.
December 19
Thursday University residence halls close at a.m.
December 20
Friday Commissioning of ROTC graduates.
December 21
Saturday Official graduation date. (No public exercises.)
Spring Semester
January 9
Thursday Tuition payment deadline is p.m. for undergraduate students who registered for spring semester by Friday, November 8. Tuition may be paid in full or in installments. 
January 10
Friday Orientation for new international students.
January 13
Monday Orientation and testing begin for new undergraduate students.
Registration for the spring semester for continuing and readmitted students who have not yet registered. To complete registration undergraduate students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January 17; graduate students and law students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January
Add/drop for the spring semester for students who have registered and paid their tuition by Thursday, January 9. 
January 14
Tuesday Registration for the spring semester for new and readmitted students who have not yet registered. To complete registration, undergraduate students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January 17; graduate and law students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January
Add/drop for the spring semester for students who have registered and paid their tuition by Thursday, January 9. 
January 15
Wednesday Registration for the spring semester for new, readmitted, and continuing students who have not yet registered. To complete registration, undergraduate students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January 17; graduate and law students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January
Add/drop for the spring semester for students who have registered and paid their tuition by Thursday, January 9.
January
Thursday-Friday Registration for the spring semester for new, readmitted, and continuing students who have not yet registered. To complete registration, undergraduate students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January 17; graduate students and law students must pay tuition by p.m. on Friday, January
Add/drop for the spring semester for students who have registered and paid their tuition by Thursday, January 9.
January 17
Friday Tuition bills due by p.m. for undergraduate students who have registered but not paid.
University residence halls open at a.m.
University Health Services benefits become available to registered students.
January 20
Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.
January 21
Tuesday Classes begin.
January 24
Friday Fourth class day; Last day of the official add/drop period; after this date, changes in registration may require the approval of the department chair and usually the student’s dean. 
Last day undergraduate students may register and pay tuition without the approval of the registrar. (See General Information, Academic Policies and Procedures, for details.)
Last day graduate students may register and pay tuition without the approval of the graduate dean.
Last day law students may register and pay tuition without the approval of the dean.
Tuition payment deadline is p.m. for undergraduate, graduate, and law students. Tuition may be paid in full or in installments.
February 5
Wednesday Twelfth class day; this is the date the official enrollment count is taken.
Last day an undergraduate student may add a class except for rare and extenuating circumstances. 
Payment for added classes (add bill) due by p.m.
Last day to drop a class for a possible refund. (See General Information, Academic Policies and Procedures and Registration, Tuition, and Fees for details.)
Last day a graduate student may, with the required approvals, add a class.
Last day a law student may add a class. Last day a law student may drop a class without the approval of the dean.
February 21
Friday Second tuition payment due for students who selected the installment plan.
March 7
Saturday Intrasemester reports due in the deans’ offices.
March
Monday-Saturday Spring break.
March 27
Friday Final tuition payment due for students who selected the installment plan.
March 30
Monday Last day to apply for a law degree.
Last day a law student may register in absentia.
April 4
Saturday 72nd Annual Honors Day Program.
April 6
Monday Last day an undergraduate student may, with the dean’s approval, withdraw from the University or drop a class except for urgent and substantiated, nonacademic reasons.
Last day an undergraduate student may change registration in a class to or from the pass/fail basis.
Last day a law student may change registration in a class to or from the pass/fail basis.
Last day to apply for an undergraduate degree.
April ,
Wednesday-Friday, Monday-Friday Academic advising for continuing and readmitted students for the summer session and the fall semester.
April 17
Friday Last day to apply for a graduate degree.
April May 1
Daily Registration for the summer session and the fall semester for continuing and readmitted students.
April 27
Monday Last day a graduate student may change registration in a class to or from the credit/no credit basis.
May 4
Monday Last class day in the School of Law.
Last day a law student may, with the required approvals, drop a class or withdraw from the University.
May 5
Tuesday Reading day in the School of Law.
Tuition bills for the summer session distributed to students electronically. Notice is sent to the e-mail address on the student’s record.
May ,
Wednesday-Saturday, Monday-Saturday, Spring semester final examinations in the School of Law.
May 8
Friday Last class day except in the School of Law.
Last day to submit master’s report, recital, thesis, doctoral dissertation, or treatise to the graduate dean.
Last day a graduate student may, with the required approvals, drop a class or withdraw from the University.
Last day an undergraduate student may register in absentia.
May , 17
Monday-Tuesday, Sunday No-class days.
May ,
Wednesday-Saturday, Monday-TuesdaySpring semester final examinations except in the School of Law.
May 20
Wednesday University residence halls close at a.m. (except for graduating students).
May 21
Thursday Tuition payment deadline is p.m. for undergraduate students who registered for the summer session during the spring.
May
Friday-Saturday Graduation ceremonies in the colleges and schools.
May 22
Friday Commissioning of ROTC graduates.
May 23
Saturday Commencement (official graduation date).
May 24
Sunday University residence halls close at a.m. for graduating students.

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Office of the Registrar

Academic Year

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Current

Future

Prior

Fall Term

Fall

Fall **

Fall

Registration Opens - a.m. July 14July 13July 15Tuition & Fees DueAugust 27August 26August 28Semester BeginsAugust 30August 29August 31Labor Day Holiday-University ClosedSeptember 6

September 5

September 7Late RegistrationAugust September 3

August September 2

August September 4

Add/DropAugust September 15

AugustSeptember 14

August September 16

Census date & drop for non-paymentSeptember 15September 14September 16Registration opens for Spring - a.m.November 17November 16November 18Thanksgiving Holiday-University ClosedNovember

November

November

Last Day of ClassDecember 10

December 9

December 11

Final ExamsDecember

December

December

Grades DueDecember 21

December 20

December 22

Christmas Holiday University ClosedDecember

December 26

December

Skeleton Crew Holiday Staffing

December

December

December

** subject to change  

Spring Term

Spring

Spring **

Spring

Registration Opens - a.m.November 17November 16November  18New Year's Day Holiday-University ClosedJanuary 1January 2 observed
January 1Tuition & Fees DueJanuary 7

January 6

January 8

Semester BeginsJanuary 10

January 9

January 11

Late RegistrationJanuary

January

January

Add/DropJanuary

January

January

Martin Luther King Holiday-University ClosedJanuary 17

January 16

January 18

Census Day & drop for non paymentJanuary 26

January 25

January 27

Presidents Day Holiday-University ClosedNot observed

Not observed

February 15

Spring Breakmarch

march

March

Registration Opens for Summer a.m.April 13April 12April 15Last Day of ClassApril 29April 28  April 24Final ExamsMay

May

April May 1

Grades Due

May 10

May 9

May 5

  **subject to change

Summer Sessions

Summer

Summer **

Summer

Registration Opens - a.m.April 13April 12 April 15Tuition & Fees Due 12 Week/6 Week 1 SessionsMay 13May 12May 15Semester Begins 12 Week/ 6Week 1 sessionsMay 16May 15May 18Late RegistrationMay May May Add/DropMay May May Census DayMay 19May 25May 21Memorial Day Holiday University closedMay 30May 29May 25Registration Opens 6 Week 2 Session - a.m.June 15June 14June 17Last Class Day 6 Week 1 sessionJuly 1June 20June 26Final Exams 6 Week 1 SessionJuly 5June 21June 29Grades Due 6 Week 1 SessionJuly 9June 25
July 3Independence Day Holiday University Closed

July 4 observed

July 3 skeleton crew, July 4 holiday

July 3* observed

Classes Begin 6 Week 2 SessionJuly 6June 22June 30Add/DropJuly June  June July 6Census DayJuly 11June 27
July 6Registration Opens Fall Semester - a.m.July 20July 19July  15Last Class Day 12 Week/6 Week 2 sessionAugust 5August 4 August 7Final exams 12 Week/6 Week 2 SessionAugust August August Grades Due 12 Week/6 Week 2 Session

August 14

August 14

August 15

**subject to change

Sours: https://www.uth.edu/registrar/calendars/academic-calendar-academic.htm
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Official University Academic Calendar

Fall

Fall

Apr. 5
Registration begins for Summer & Fall terms
Aug. 24
Registration Ends for Fall Term - Regular Session
Aug. 25
First day of classes
Aug. 25
Late registration
Aug. 26
Late registration
Aug. 27
Late registration
Aug. 28
Late registration
Aug. 29
Late registration
Aug. 30
Late registration
Sep. 6
Labor Day Holiday
Sep. 10
Census date
Nov. 5
Last day to drop classes; submit requests to advisor prior to pm
Nov. 24
No classes scheduled
Nov. 25
Thanksgiving Holiday
Nov. 26
Thanksgiving Holiday
Dec. 7
Last day of classes
Dec. 8
Student Study Day (no classes)
Dec. 9
Final exams
Dec. 10
Final exams
Dec. 11
Final exams (dept)
Dec. 13
Final exams
Dec. 14
Final exams
Dec. 15
Final exams
Dec. 16
Commencement ceremonies
Dec. 17
Commencement ceremonies
Dec. 18
Commencement ceremonies
Sours: https://www.uta.edu/academics/academic-calendar

Academic Calendar

Visit the online catalog for the complete registration calendar or the final examination schedule.

Fall Semester

70 instruction days, 5 test days

Academic eventDay(s) of the weekDate
First Day of Classes Monday Aug 30
First 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Aug 30 - Oct 19
Labor Day Monday Sep 06
Fall Break Friday Oct 15
Second 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Oct 20 - Dec 10
Thanksgiving Holiday Wednesday - Friday Nov 24 - 26
No-Test Week No-Test Days Policy Monday - Friday Dec 06 - 10
Last Day of Classes Friday Dec 10
Final Examinations Monday - Friday Dec 13 - 17


Spring Semester

70 instruction days, 5 test days

Academic eventDay(s) of the weekDate
First Day of Classes Monday Jan 10
First 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Jan 10  -  Mar 01
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday Jan 17
Presidents' Day Monday Feb 21
Second 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Mar 02  -  Apr 26
Spring Break Monday - Friday Mar 07  -  11
No-Test Week No-Test Days Policy Wednesday - Tuesday Apr 20 - 26
Last Day of Classes Tuesday Apr 26
Interim Day Wednesday Apr 27
Final Examinations Thursday - Wednesday Apr 28 - 04
Commencement Thursday - Friday May 05  -  06

Note: For updates regarding the postponed commencement schedule, including schedules for USU Statewide Campuses, please visit https://www.usu.edu/commencement.



Summer Semester

Academic eventDay(s) of the weekDate
First 7-week Session 33 instruction days, 1 test day May 09 - Jun 24
week Session 66 instruction days, 1 test day May 09 - Aug 12
Memorial Day Monday May 30
Second 7-week Session 32 instruction days, 1 test day Jun 27 - Aug 12
Independence Day Monday Jul 04
Pioneer Day (observed) Monday Jul 25


Fall Semester

70 instruction days, 5 test days

Academic eventDay(s) of the weekDate
First Day of Classes Monday Aug 29
First 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Aug 29 - Oct 18
Labor Day Monday Sep 05
Fall Break Friday Oct 14
Second 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Oct 19 - Dec 09
Thanksgiving Holiday Wednesday - Friday Nov 23 - 25
No-Test Week No-Test Days Policy Monday - Friday Dec 05 - 09
Last Day of Classes Friday Dec 09
Final Examinations Monday - Friday Dec 12 - 16


Spring Semester

70 instruction days, 5 test days

Academic eventDay(s) of the weekDate
First Day of Classes Monday Jan 09
First 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Jan 09  -  Feb 28
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday Jan 16
Presidents' Day Monday Feb 20
Second 7-week Session 34 instruction days, 1 test day Mar 01  -  Apr 25
Spring Break Monday - Friday Mar 06 - 10
No-Test Week No-Test Days Policy Wednesday - Tuesday Apr 19  -  25
Last Day of Classes Tuesday Apr 25
Interim Day Wednesday Apr 26
Final Examinations Thursday - Wednesday Apr 27 - 03
Commencement Thursday - Friday May 04 - 05

Note: For updates regarding the postponed commencement schedule, including schedules for USU Statewide Campuses, please visit https://www.usu.edu/commencement.



For classes that meet for a full semester, a five-day period designated as "no-test" days precedes final examinations. During this time, no major examinations, including final examinations will be given in order that students may concentrate on preparation for duly scheduled final examinations. Approved exceptions include: final papers, weekly chapter quizzes, quizzes, projects, and examinations associated with a lab that does not meet during final examinations. The No-Test Days policy does not apply to classes that are part of a 7-week session or to classes offered during the summer term.

Where possible, it is highly recommended that due dates for papers, projects, or assignments that are worth a significant portion of a student's grade have deadlines that occur the week prior to No-Test Days and two weeks prior to final examinations. This not only honors the spirit of no-test days, but allows faculty more flexibility to grade these assignments before final grades are due.

Sours: https://www.usu.edu/calendar/academic/

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Each semester, current students register for classes for the next semester.

Registration at the University is a process that includes:

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  2. Registering for classes online
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Don't use software to grab classes. The university will not allow the use of vendor software or other automated programs to register, or to add and drop. This is a violation of the University's Acceptable Use Policy. If you do, you may be blocked from registering.

And get your UT student ID at the ID Center located on the ground floor of the Flawn Academic Center (FAC) Mon thru Fri from 8a to 6p. (Bring a photo ID, like a driver's license or passport.) The cost of the card is $ Payment is due within one month and can be made at the cashiers in Main 8 or online at What I Owe. Continuing students do not have to go to the ID center each semester. The card's magnetic strip is validated when the semester’s tuition is paid.

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