Summer 2022 Semester Final Exam Schedule

If you have a course in the long summer session your final exam follows the summer session C exam schedule.  

Final examinations are required in all courses.  A final examination is defined as the last in a series of major tests specified in the course syllabus.  It need not be comprehensive.  If the course syllabus does not call for a final examination, the last major unit examination is to be considered the final examination and must be given during the final examination period. When a final examination is inappropriate because of the nature of the course, exceptions to this requirement may be made upon approval of the appropriate department chair, dean/director, as well as the Office of Academic Affairs. No member of the faculty is authorized to waive final examinations except with approval as prescribed.

Final examinations must be given during the published dates/times for the final examination period. During this time, no extracurricular student activities, such as social and athletic events, will be held on or off campus.  No exam shall exceed two hours. In addition, review sessions may not be held during the period of final examination because of the conflicts with scheduled examinations, and no class can hold additional exams outside of their designated time slot during exam week. 

Workshops, seminars, and conferences cannot be scheduled in classrooms controlled by the Office of the University Registrar during the final examination period. The auditoriums and large classrooms are all assigned for examinations and are not available for other outside activities. 

Contact the Facility Services Customer Service Desk – 578-3186 – if building/rooms are not open when required.

Courses not included in this schedule are considered irregular.  Click here (new link to be created) for information on how to determine final exam times for irregular courses.  Irregular scheduled courses should have the final date and time published in the course syllabus at the beginning of the semester.  Classroom availability for final exams must be cleared through the Office of the University Registrar.  A laboratory class is to be examined on laboratory material at its last regularly scheduled period.  

A student who, because of an illness or other valid reason, is absent from any final examination may take a special examination only with authorization of the dean of the student’s college.  

Exams administered through a third-party proctoring service such as ProctorU must include multiple time block options within the given exam period for students to schedule their assessment, regardless of if the course is synchronous or asynchronous.

If the course is synchronous (set meeting day or time), the instructor must use the assigned exam block for the scheduled course along with additional exam blocks as desired. 

Asynchronous meeting patterns are considered irregular, and therefore do not appear in the final exam schedule. For asynchronous courses, faculty may determine the final exam time at the start of the semester, but must have the time of their final exam clearly stated in the course syllabus. If the exam is being proctored by a third-party and must include a multi-day period for students to complete the assessment, the multi-day window must include the exam time published in the course syllabus.

If the exam is being proctored by the faculty via Zoom or Moodle, faculty should follow the traditional final exam schedule or the final exam time published in the asynchronous course syllabus.

Degree Candidates

Grades for degree candidates as well as continuing students must be filed in the Office of the University Registrar no later than 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, June 28.  It is the responsibility of the department head to see that instructors meet the deadline for submitting all grades.

Scheduled Course Period Exam Date Exam Time
7:30am Sat., June 25 7:30am - 9:30am
9:10am Sat., June 25 10:00am - NOON
11:00am Sat., June 25 12:30pm - 2:30pm
12:40pm Sat., June 25 3:00pm - 5:00pm
2:20pm Sat., June 25 5:30pm - 7:30pm
4:00pm Sat., June 25 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Final examinations are required in all courses.  A final examination is defined as the last in a series of major tests specified in the course syllabus.  It need not be comprehensive.  If the course syllabus does not call for a final examination, the last major unit examination is to be considered the final examination and must be given during the final examination period. When a final examination is inappropriate because of the nature of the course, exceptions to this requirement may be made upon approval of the appropriate department chair, dean/director, as well as the Office of Academic Affairs. No member of the faculty is authorized to waive final examinations except with approval as prescribed.

Final examinations must be given during the published dates/times for the final examination period. During this time, no extracurricular student activities, such as social and athletic events, will be held on or off campus.  No exam shall exceed two hours. In addition, review sessions may not be held during the period of final examination because of the conflicts with scheduled examinations, and no class can hold additional exams outside of their designated time slot during exam week. 

Workshops, seminars, and conferences cannot be scheduled in classrooms controlled by the Office of the University Registrar during the final examination period. The auditoriums and large classrooms are all assigned for examinations and are not available for other outside activities. 

Contact the Facility Services Customer Service Desk – 578-3186 – if building/rooms are not open when required.

Courses not included in this schedule are considered irregular.  Click here (new link to be created) for information on how to determine final exam times for irregular courses.  Irregular scheduled courses should have the final date and time published in the course syllabus at the beginning of the semester.  Classroom availability for final exams must be cleared through the Office of the University Registrar.  A laboratory course is to be examined on laboratory material at its last regularly schedule period.

A student who, because of an illness or other valid reason, is absent from any final examination may take a special examination only with authorization of the dean of the student’s college.  

Exams administered through a third-party proctoring service such as ProctorU must include multiple time block options within the given exam period for students to schedule their assessment, regardless of if the course is synchronous or asynchronous.

If the course is synchronous (set meeting day or time), the instructor must use the assigned exam block for the scheduled course along with additional exam blocks as desired. 

Asynchronous meeting patterns are considered irregular, and therefore do not appear in the final exam schedule. For asynchronous courses, faculty may determine the final exam time at the start of the semester, but must have the time of their final exam clearly stated in the course syllabus. If the exam is being proctored by a third-party and must include a multi-day period for students to complete the assessment, the multi-day window must include the exam time published in the course syllabus.

If the exam is being proctored by the faculty via Zoom or Moodle, faculty should follow the traditional final exam schedule or the final exam time published in the asynchronous course syllabus.

Degree Candidates

Grades for degree candidates as well as continuing students must be filed in the Office of the University Registrar no later than 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, August 9.  It is the responsibility of the department head to see that instructors meet the deadline for submitting all grades.

Scheduled Course Period Exam Date Exam Time
7:30am Sat., August 6 7:30am - 9:30am
9:10am Sat., August 6 10:00am - NOON
11:00am Sat., August 6 12:30pm - 2:30pm
12:40pm Sat., August 6 3:00pm - 5:00pm
2:20pm Sat., August 6 5:30pm - 7:30pm
4:00pm Sat., August 6 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Courses not included in this schedule are considered irregular.  Irregular courses should identify the regularly scheduled times that appear on the final exam schedule that overlap with the irregular course time.   For example, if an irregular course is offered NOON - 1:30 pm MTWTF during First Summer (Session B), it overlaps with the following regularly scheduled course times:

 

  • 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, MTWTF (overlaps 30 mins)
  • 12:40 - 2:10 pm, MTWTF (overlaps 50 mins)

 

When selecting the regularly scheduled time from these options, please be sure to select the option that MOST overlaps with the irregular time for final exam purposes. In the example above, the irregular course MOST overlaps with the second option; therefore, the final exam would be held Saturday, June 25 from 3 – 5 pm.  

 

Irregular scheduled courses should have the final date and time published in the course syllabus at the beginning of the semester.