The examination time will be determined from the start time of the first lecture, recitation or seminar period of a full week. For courses having both lecture and recitation, the examination will be determined from the start time of the first lecture period. Certain courses will be examined at special periods as noted. For courses not included in either the regular exam schedule or the special exam periods, the examination date and time will be determined by the mutual agreement of the instructor and the students in the course. If any student is assigned four examinations during the same day, the University Final Examination Committee will seek reassignment if so requested by the student at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the Final Examination Period. All exams will be held in the regularly assigned room unless otherwise indicated by the instructor.
Special examinations are arranged for multi-section courses having substantial enrollment to ease the burden of administering examinations. Students with Special Examination conflicts should contact the department.
Final Examinations by Term:
Final Examinations Policy
The Final Examination Period and Study Days are determined by the University Calendar Committee and approved by the Regents. No allowance is made and no approval is given by the Final Examination Committee for final examinations prior to the Final Examination Schedule. Approval will not be given for any examinations during Study Days. Final examinations scheduled for one date and time within the Final Examination Period may not be moved to another date within the Final Examination Period without prior approval of the Final Examination Committee. Conflicts with regard to the published schedule will be reviewed by the Final Examination Committee. A written request is to be filed with the chairperson, Paul Robinson, University Registrar, LS&A Suite 5000, no later than two weeks prior to the beginning of the Final Examination Period.