View Emmanuel’s Academic Calendar for key dates and information for both traditional undergraduate Arts and Science students as well as Graduate and Professional Programs students.

Find Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Calendar located at the bottom of this page.

Fall 2021
New Student Move-In and Welcome Day September 5 (Sunday)
Labor Day September 6 (Monday)
Classes Begin September 8 (Wednesday)
December 2021 degree applications due September 15 (Wednesday)
Last day to add a course September 16 (Thursday)
Last day to drop a course (w/o "W" grade) September 23 (Thursday)
SP and SU '21 "I" grades due October 1 (Friday)
Columbus Day- All classes cancelled October 11 (Monday)
Mid-semester grades due October 15 (Friday)
Veteran's Day Observed*- All A+S classes cancelled; Graduate courses held November 11 (Thursday)
Last day to withdraw from a course (w/"W" grade) November 18 (Thursday)
P/F, Audit declaration deadline November 18 (Thursday)
Thanksgiving Break November 24-26 (Wednesday-Friday)
Last day of classes December 14 (Tuesday)
Reading Day December 15 (Wednesday)
Final Exam Period December 16, 17, 18, 20 (Thursday-Monday)
Final Grades Due December 22 10:00AM (Wednesday)
Spring 2022
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day January 17 (Monday)
New Student Orientation January 18 (Tuesday)
Classes begin January 19 (Wednesday)
Last day to add a course January 27 (Thursday)
FA '21 "I" grades due February 1 (Tuesday)
Last day to drop a course (w/o "W"grade) February 3 (Thursday)
May 2022 degree applications due February 15 (Tuesday)
Presidents Day - A&S classes cancelled; Graduate
and Professional Programs classes meet
February 21 (Monday)
Mid-semester grades due March 4 (Friday)
Arts and Sciences Spring Break March 7-11 (Monday - Friday)
Last day to withdraw from a course (w/ "W" grade) April 7 (Thursday)
P/F, Audit declaration deadline April 7 (Thursday)
Holy Thursday - Classes after 4:15pm cancelled (make-up required) ** April 14 (Thursday)
Good Friday - All classes cancelled (make-up required) *** April 15 (Friday)
Easter Monday - All classes cancelled April 18 (Monday)
Patriots Day - All classes cancelled April 18 (Monday)
Senior Distinction Day -- A&S day classes cancelled; A&S
evening and Graduate and Professional Programs classes meet
April 28 (Thursday)
Last day of classes May 3 (Tuesday)
Reading Day May 4 (Wednesday)
Final Exam Period May 5, 6, 7, 9 (Thursday - Monday)
Final grades due May 11 10:00AM (Wednesday)
Baccalaureate May 13 (Friday)
Commencement May 14 (Saturday)
*Make-up for Arts and Science classes scheduled for three hours on Veterans Day will take place on Friday, 11/12/21 3:30 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.
**Make-up for Arts and Science evening classes scheduled from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Holy Thursday will take place on Friday, 4/8/22 3:30-6:30 p.m.
*** Make-up for Arts and Science classes scheduled to meet from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Good Friday will take place Friday, 4/22/22 3:30-6:30 p.m.

New Student Orientation January 25 & 26 (Monday & Tuesday)
Classes begin January 27 (Wednesday)
FA '20 "I" grades due February 1 (Monday)
Last day to add a course February 4 (Thursday)
Last day to drop a course (w/o "W" grade) February 11 (Thursday)
Presidents Day - A&S classes cancelled; Graduate and Professional Programs classes meet February 15 (Monday)
May 2021 degree application due February 16 (Tuesday)
P/F, audit declaration due February 16 (Tuesday)
Mid-semester grades due March 12 (Friday)
Holy Thursday - Classes after 4:15 p.m. cancelled April 1 (Thursday)
Good Friday - All classes cancelled April 2 (Friday)
Easter Monday - All classes cancelled April 5 (Monday)
Last day to withdraw from a course (w/ "W" grade) April 12 (Monday)
Patriots Day - All classes cancelled April 19 (Monday)
Senior Distinction Day - A&S day classes cancelled; A&S evening and Graduate and Professional Programs meet May 6 (Thursday)
Last day of classes May 11 (Tuesday)
Reading Day May 12 (Wednesday)
Final Exam Period May 13, 14, 15 and 17 (Thursday - Monday)
Final grades due May 19 10:00 a.m. (Wednesday)
Baccalaureate May 21 (Friday)
Commencement May 22 (Saturday)
Summer 2021
Summer I classes begin (face-to-face and online) May 24 (Monday)
Memorial Day May 31 (Monday)
Registration opens for Fall 2021 (seven week sessions) June 7 (Monday)
Last day of Summer I Classes July 11 (Sunday)
Summer II Classes begin July 12 (Monday)
Last day of Summer II Classes August 29 (Sunday)
Fall 2021
Fall I classes begin (face-to-face and online) September 7 (Tuesday)
December 2021 degree applications due September 15 (Wednesday)
Columbus Day-Graduate & Professional Programs classes held October 11 (Monday)
Registration opens for Spring 2022 (seven week sessions) October 4 (Monday)
Last day of Fall I classes October 24 (Sunday)
Fall II Classes begin (face-to-face and online) October 25 (Monday)
Veteran's Day-Graduate & Professional Programs classes held November 11 (Thursday)
Thanksgiving Break (no classes) November 24- November 28 (Wednesday-Sunday)
Last day of Fall II classes December 16 (Thursday)

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