During the final examination period, all classes will meet for either a final examination or normal classroom activities. No class meetings will be cancelled during the final exam period except with prior approval of the dean or department chair. Most classes will meet for final examinations in the room regularly assigned for the class. Students should verify the location and exam times with their instructor.
Most Saturday classes will hold exams on Saturday, April 30, 2016, at the time the class usually meets. Please consult your instructor for verification.
Common Finals (These classes do not follow the standard final exam schedule.)
Saturday, April 30, 2016
9:30AM – 12:00PM
All sections of FREN 122, FREN 123, FREN 222, FREN 223,FREN 322, FREN 323
All sections of SPAN 152, SPAN 153, SPAN 252, SPAN 253,SPAN 352, SPAN 353
1:30PM – 4:00PM
All sections of FIN 365
All sections of ACCT 240
4:30PM – 7:00PM
All sections of ACCT 241
FINAL EXAM POLICY
Students are expected to take final exams at the times scheduled by the Office of the Registrar. Accommodations are made for students with excused absences and for students with documented disabilities. Students with two exams scheduled for the same time and students with three or more final exams on a given day should submit a request to reschedule an exam to the undergraduate dean's office of their home unit. This request must be submitted via email no later than November 1 in the fall semester and April 1 in the spring semester. The administrator in the undergraduate dean's office will contact all faculty concerned to see if an accommodation can be reached. If that effort fails, the exam from the class with the lowest enrollment will be rescheduled. All rescheduled exams must occur during the final exam period. Unexcused absences at final exams may result in a failure for the course or other substantial penalty. Students must follow any additional policies or procedures set by individual academic units. Please review the Final Exam Policy in the Undergraduate Studies Academic Rules and Regulations for the most current information.