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2002-03 Academic Calendar

    Undergraduate and Graduate Student Activity Fall '02 Winter '03 Spring '03




    Students may access WebReg, TELE, or TELE-Vision to check when their quarter enrollment window opens and when they may begin paying registration fees to the Cashier's Office. May 13 Nov. 11 Feb. 17
    Continuing and returning students pick up the Schedule of Classes booklet at the UCI Student Center while supplies last. Thereafter, it is sold at the UCI Bookstore. May 15 Nov. 13 Feb. 19
    Students enroll in classes using WebReg or TELE. Prerequisite placement tests offered. See Placement Testing. May 20-Sep. 20 Nov. 18-Dec. 20 Feb. 24-Mar. 14
    Memorial Day Holday. Campus Offices are closed. May 26    
    Students may call TELE beginning at 8:00pm to hear grades. Jun. 21 Mar. 28 Jun. 20
    Grades available on TELE-Vision and on official and student copy transcripts. Jun. 24 Mar. 31 Jun. 23
    New students enroll in classes using WebReg or TELE. Jul. 22-Sep. 20    
    Enrollment windows begin opening for new graduate students. Jul. 22    
    Enrollment windows begin opening for new undergraduate students. Aug. 8    
    Deadline to apply for PACE installment plan. First PACE installment due by this date. Sep. 20 Dec. 20 Mar. 14
    4:30p.m. deadline - payment of fees to the Cashier and enrollment in classes using WebReg or TELE. Fees must be paid by this date or classes added via WebReg or TELE are dropped. Late service charges are assessed for fee payment ($25/$50) after this date. For late enrollment information see "Late Fees." Sep. 20 Dec. 20 Mar. 14
    Deadline to file Petition for Residence Classification with the Registrar. Sep. 20 Dec. 20 Mar. 14
    Adjustment period (beginning and ending at 5:00 p.m.). Students may adjust class enrollment if fees are paid. If fees are paid after due date see "Registration at a Glance" for enrollment options. Sep. 20-25 Dec. 20-27 Mar. 14-26
    Class enrollment cancelled (classes dropped) if registration fees are not paid by 5:00 p.m. or any holds remain on your record. WebReg or TELE unavailable from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Sep. 23 Dec. 23 Mar. 17
    Quarter begins. Add/Drop/Change cards with the instructor's signature may be submitted to the Registrar. * Sep. 23 Jan. 2 Mar. 26
    Use WebReg or TELE to add/drop/change classes designated as Electronic Add/Drop courses (beginning and ending at 5:00 p.m.). Sep. 25-Oct 11 Dec. 27-Jan. 17 Mar. 26-Apr. 11
    Orientation: Academic advising available. Sep. 23-26 Jan. 2 Mar. 26-28
    Instruction begins at the general campus. Sep. 27 Jan. 3 Mar. 31
    Students enroll in Learning and Academic Resource Center (LARC) tutorial sections using WebReg or TELE. Sep. 28 Jan. 4 Mar. 26
    Instruction begins at the College of Medicine.
    Last day to change variable units or grade option without dean's signature. Instructor's signature of approval is always required. Some schools, programs and professors may not authorize adds, drops or changes after this date. Oct. 11 Jan. 17 Apr. 11
    Service charge ($3) required for Add/Drop/Change card transactions after this date (the end of the second week of classes). Oct. 11 Jan. 17 Apr. 11
    Service charges for late fee payment and/or late enrollment (zero units) are $50 each after this date. Oct. 11 Jan. 17 Apr. 11
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Holiday. Campus offices are closed.   Jan. 20  
    Graduate student deadline to submit part-time petition to the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. Oct. 17 Jan. 23 Apr. 17
    Undergraduate student deadline to submit part-time petition to the Registrar. Part-time unit enrollment deadline for both graduate and undergraduate students. Oct. 18 Jan. 24 Apr. 18
    Absolute deadline for paying fees and enrolling late. Oct. 18 Jan. 24 Apr. 18
    Last day to add or drop a class without dean's signature of approval.* Some schools and programs will not authorize adds or drops after this date. The instructor's signature is always required for add/drop/change transactions. The "W" notation is recorded on the student's transcript for courses dropped after this date. Nov. 8 Feb. 21 May 9
    President's Day Holiday. Campus offices are closed.   Feb. 17  
    Students may access WebReg, TELE, or TELE-Vision to check when their next quarter enrollment window opens and when they may begin paying registration fees to the Cashier's Office. Nov. 12 Feb. 18 May 12
    Veterans Day Holiday. Campus offices are closed. Nov. 11    
    Priority deadline to complete 2003-2004 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Supporting documents are due May 1.   Mar. 1  
    Students enroll in classes using WebReg or TELE.   Nov. 18-Dec. 20 Feb 24-Mar. 14
    Thanksgiving Holiday. Campus offices are closed. Nov. 28-29    
    Memorial Day Holday. Campus offices are closed.     May 26
    Current quarter: Deadline to change class enrollment (some schools have earlier deadlines). Dec. 6 Mar. 14 Jun. 6
    Instruction ends. The Registrar will not accept Add/Drop/Change cards after this date for current quarter. Dec. 6 Mar. 14 Jun. 6
    Final examinations. Dec. 9-13 Mar. 17-21 Jun. 9-13
    Quarter ends. Dec. 13 Mar. 21 Jun. 14
    Commencement.     Jun. 14
    Spring Administrative Holiday. Campus offices are closed.   Mar. 24  
    Students may call TELE beginning at 9:00 p.m. to hear grades. Dec. 20 Mar. 28 Jun. 20
    Grades available on TELE-Vision and students transcripts. Note: Students may leave a self-addressed stamped envelope at the Registrar's Office to receive their grades by mail. Dec. 23 Mar. 31 Jun. 20
    Winter Administrative Recess. Campus offices are closed. Dec. 24-Jan. 1    

    * Add/Drop/Change cards must be filed in person with the Registrar's Office within 10 working days after the cards are signed by the instructor(s). Cards are subject to all other signature requirements and deadlines.

     Graduate students who are not pursuing the M.D. degree but who wish to enroll in graduate courses offered by the College of Medicine or in general campus courses in Biological Sciences should contact the appropriate department chair for information on the date instruction begins.