Spring/Summer Term 2018

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Undergraduate Sessional Dates, as approved by Senate:

2018 Spring/Summer Term: Session 1 (34 days)

Item Date(s)
Classes begin Monday, April 30
Last day for enrollment (registration) and changes  Monday, May 7
Victoria Day: No classes Monday, May 21
Last day for cancelling courses without failure by default Wednesday, May 30
Classes end Friday, June 15
Final Examinations As arranged by instructor in class time
Deferred Examinations 2018 Fall Mid-Term Recess Period

2018 Spring/Summer Term: Session 2 (34 days)

Item Date(s)
Classes begin Monday, June 18
Last day for enrollment (registration) and changes  Monday, June 25
Canada Day: No classes Monday, July 2
Last day for cancelling courses without failure by default Wednesday, July 18
Classes end Friday, August 3
Civic Holiday: No classes Monday, August 6
Final Examinations As arranged by instructor in class time
Deferred Examinations 2017 Fall Mid-Term Recess Period

2018 Spring/Summer Term: Full-Term Courses (68 days)

Item Date(s)
Classes begin Monday, April 30
Last day for enrollment (registration) and changes  Monday, May 7
Victoria Day: No classes Monday, May 21
Canada Day: No classes Monday, July 2
Last day for cancelling courses without failure by default Wednesday, July 18
Classes end Friday, August 3
Civic Holiday: No classes Monday, August 6
Final Examinations As arranged by instructor in class time
Deferred Examinations
2018 Fall Mid-Term Recess Period

Notices:

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