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1 Academic Calendar St. John's College, Santa Fe Tuesday, August 1 DEADLINE: Completion of Financial Aid/Loan file for FALL 2017 term DEADLINE: Student Accounts for FALL 2017 must be paid in full or TMS budgets arranged and verified with Treasurer s Office. Failure to meet these deadlines triggers withdrawal from financial aid funding and enrollment rosters for Fall 17. Saturday, August 12 Saturday, August 19 Freshman Wilderness Orientation Backpacking Trip Students arrive 8/12 for pack and prep, depart campus 8/14 and return 8/19 Tuesday, August 22 9 a.m. All ON-CAMPUS Housing opens - Food Service begins with dinner on Pond Placita 9 a.m. 5 p.m. FRESHMAN Registration ESL Portal Separate Freshman Orientation Schedule from the Office of Residential Life provides full list of Freshman and Freshman Parent activities and meetings Wednesday, August 23 9 a.m. 5 p.m. REGISTRATION: SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS ESL Portal 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Freshman Orientation Activities Separate Freshman Orientation Schedule from the Office of Residential Life provides full list of Freshman and Freshman Parent activities and meetings Afternoon Tutors Meetings [as scheduled by Dean s Office] 5:30 p.m. Dean s Welcome Dinner for Freshmen with tutors Great Hall Updated February 1, 2018 August 2017 Thursday, August a.m. Convocation rehearsal Weigle Placita 11 a.m. CONVOCATION for Freshmen and first-term Graduate Institute students Weigle Placita 12 p.m. Post-Convocation Luncheon community and guests Peterson Student Center 1 p.m. Faculty Meeting Junior Common Room 1:30 p.m. 5 p.m. REGISTRATION: LATE UNDERGRADUATE ARRIVALS Weigle Hall Students may not attend classes if Student Account Balance is not paid in full or if financial aid file is incomplete 7:30 p.m. First meeting of ALL undergraduate seminars and Meno seminar for new students Grad. Institute Friday, August 25 Free Day - no classes 9 a.m. 4 p.m. REGISTRATION: Graduate Institute students, New and Continuing Levan Hall Students may not attend classes if Student Account Balance is not paid in full or if financial aid file is incomplete 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Tutors Meetings [as scheduled by Dean s Office] 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Freshman Orientation Continues Separate Freshman Orientation Schedule from the Office of Residential Life provides full list of Freshman activities and meetings 4 p.m. New GI Student Orientation Darkey Common Room 7:30 p.m. Dean s Opening Lecture Great Hall

2 Saturday, August 26 8:30 a.m. Pancake Breakfast for Campus Service Volunteers Dining Hall 9:30 a.m. 12 p.m. On-Campus Service Project Fishpond Placita 12 3 p.m. All College Barbeque Lunch Athletic Field Monday, August 28 Week 1 Graduate Institute classes begin All Undergraduate tutorials and seminars meet as scheduled Wednesday, August p.m. Annual Community/Career Fair Fishpond/Meem Placitas Friday, September 1 Last day to change Meal Plan without incurring $50 fee Ariel Internship Summer Reports Due to Career Service by 5 p.m. Monday, September 4 (Labor Day) All Undergraduate tutorials and seminars and Graduate Institute classes meet as scheduled Administrative offices CLOSED for Labor Day holiday, except Library Open Assistant Dean s Office Open Student Activities Center Open Bookstore closed September 2017 Treasurer s Office Career Services Friday, September 8 Week 2 5 p.m. Global and General Pathways Summer Reports due to Career Services Career Service Saturday, September 9 2:30 p.m. Algebra Test Dining Hall Required of all sophomores who have not yet passed; freshmen are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of freshman year. Wednesday, September 13 Week 3 Priority Filing Date: Spring 2018 New Graduate Institute Liberal Art student financial aid applications. fafsa.ed.gov 3:15 p.m. Faculty Meeting Friday, September 15 Sunday, September 17 Homecoming Weekend Monday, September 25 Week 5 Graduate Institute Conferences begin for new GI Liberal Arts students Saturday, September 30 2:30 p.m. Algebra Test Dining Room Required of all sophomores who have not yet passed; freshmen are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of freshman year. Read the weekly Ephemera, and access mailbox. Check your voic notices. Check sjc.edu/calendar/academic-santa-fe

3 October 2017 Sunday, October 1 ON-LINE Financial Aid Applications Priority Filing Due Date: Undergraduate financial aid FAFSA and PROFILE/CSS applications for academic year ON-LINE Financial Aid Applications Priority Filing Due Date: Graduate Institute student financial aid FAFSA and PROFILE/CSS applications for SUMMER 2018 Session. fafsa.ed.gov; cssprofile.collegeboard.org Wednesday, October 4 Week 6 1:30 3:30 p.m. All-College Seminar Undergraduate tutorials canceled Thursday, October 5 Saturday, October 7 Parents and Family Weekend; Parents invited to attend Seminar and Friday Tutorials Saturday, October 7 2:30 p.m. Algebra Test Dining Hall Required of all sophomores who have not yet passed; freshmen are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of freshman year. Monday, October 9 Week 7 Seminar oral exams begin for GILA students GI Eastern Classic conferences begin Wednesday, October 11 3:15 p.m. Faculty Meeting Friday, October 13 Monday, October 16 Week 7 - Week 8 LONG WEEKEND - Undergraduate tutorials do not meet October 13 and 16. All seminars and GI classes meet as usual on Monday, October 16 Dormitories and Dining Hall to remain open Monday, October 23 Week 9 12 p.m. Junior and Senior seminar essays due Preceptorials begin for Juniors, Seniors, and GI Liberal Arts students. Tuesday, October 24 GI Eastern Classics students begin second preceptorials. Wednesday, October 25 Junior and Senior seminar oral period begins Thursday, October 26 Saturday, October 28 Board Meeting, Annapolis Monday, October 30 Week p.m. Freshman seminar essays due by noon

4 Wednesday, November 1 DEADLINE: GI Liberal Arts and Eastern Classics student deposits due for Spring 2018 term Freshman seminar oral examinations begin. November 2017 Monday, November 6 Week 11 Sophomore seminar essays due by noon Wednesday, November 8 Tuesday, November 21 Sophomore seminar oral examinations begin Saturday, November 11 2:30 p.m. Algebra Test Dining Hall Required of all sophomores who have not yet passed; freshmen are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of freshman year. Monday, November 13 Week 12 GI Eastern Classics Seminar papers due Wednesday, November 15 DEADLINE: Registration forms due for Spring 2018 Office of the Registrar This reserves a place in undergraduate classes and housing for SP 2018 Freshman Don Rags begin (among interstices of FF classes) 3:15 p.m. Faculty Meeting Junior Common Room Monday, November 20 - Tuesday, November 21 Week 13 Freshman DON RAG DAYS; all UNDG classes in session unless the tutor is sitting in FR Don Rags Wednesday, November 22 Sunday, November 26 THANKSGIVING BREAK no classes Dormitories and Dining Hall remain open Monday, November 27 Week 14 Classes Resume as regularly scheduled tutorials and seminar for UNDGs and GIs Monday, November 27 Wednesday, November 29 Freshman Don Rags continue (Monday Wednesday, among interstices of classes)

5 December 2017 Friday, December 1 Week 14 DEADLINE: Completion of Financial Aid/Loan file for Spring 2018 term. DEADLINE: Student Account for Spring 2018 must be paid in full or TMS budgeted, arranged and verified with Treasurer s Office. DEADLINE: Student Health Insurance Waiver for Spring 2018 due in Treasurer s Office. From January Freshmen, re-admitted students, and new Graduate Institute students. Failure to meet these deadlines triggers withdrawal from financial aid funding and enrollment rosters for Spring Wednesday, December 6 Week 15 Graduate Institute Satisfactory Grade Check for L4s Thursday, December 7 Friday, December 8 Sophomore and Junior Don Rags may be scheduled during class intervals Saturday, December 9 2:30 p.m. Final Algebra Test for all sophomores who have not yet passed Dining Hall Freshmen are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of freshman year. Monday, December 11 Thursday, December 14 Week 16 Sophomore and Junior Don Rag Period. All undergraduate tutorials are in session, unless the tutor indicates otherwise; seminars meet as regularly scheduled. Library Call-In Week Monday, December 11 5 p.m. Global Pathways Fellowships applications due to Career Services Tuesday, December 12 5 p.m. Holiday Dinner Dining Hall 7 p.m. Collegium Great Hall Wednesday, December 13 6 p.m. GI Dinner for Graduating Students Darkey Common Room Thursday, December 14 Last day of term -- Classes end with seminar or preceptorial as scheduled or as arranged by tutor. All LIBRARY materials due by 10 p.m. Friday, December 15 Breakfast Food service ends with breakfast. 12 p.m. Dormitories close all students, including those moving off-campus or not returning for Spring 2018 term, must vacate rooms by noon. Friday, December 15 Sunday, January 14, 2018 WINTER BREAK

6 2018 January 2018 Monday, January 1 Submission date of January Freshman missing or incomplete work from SU 2017 unless earlier date stipulated by tutor. Wednesday, January 3 Undergraduate Fall 2017 grades due (except for preceptorials) Monday, January 8 Undergraduate preceptorial grades due ALL Fall 2017 Graduate Institute grades and comment sheets due (EC and LA) Friday, January 12 January Freshmen arrive. See JF Orientation Schedule for all activities and meetings. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. REGISTRATION: January Freshmen, Readmitted Students Weigle Hall New and Continuing GRADUATE Institute Students Levan Hall 9 a.m. All dormitories open. Coffee Shop opens for dinner. 3 p.m. New Student Orientation (GI) Darkey Common Room 5 p.m. Meno seminar for new GI students, followed by reception Levan Hall Saturday, January 13 Food Service begins with breakfast. Monday, January 15 Spring Semester: Week 1 Tutorials meet as regularly scheduled except for JFs and SRs. All Seminars meet. 1 5 p.m. Registration for Continuing GI Students Graduate Institute regularly scheduled classes begin 6:15 p.m. CONVOCATION for January Freshmen and first-term graduate students Great Hall 7:30 p.m. First Seminar for January Freshmen Monday, January 15 Friday, February 10 Senior Writing Period Wednesday, January 17 3:15 p.m. Faculty Meeting Junior Common Room Friday, January 19 Last day to change Meal Plan Office of the Treasurer

7 Re-Locating to Annapolis? Transfer Application form and $500 Advance Deposit by Monday, February 19 FAFSA and CSS (if applicable) submitted by March 1 deadline Saturday, February 3 2:30 p.m. Algebra Test Dining Hall Fall and January FR are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of FR year. February 2018 Friday, February 9 Week 4 FREE FRIDAY tutorials canceled Saturday, February p.m. Dean s and President s Essay Reception for Seniors Hunt House 9 p.m. Senior essays due Monday, February 12 Week 5 All Senior tutorials and seminars resume Senior Essay Committee Members claim Essays GI Conferences begin for new GI Liberal Arts students Assistant Dean s Office Tuesday, February 19 DEADLINE: Undergraduate InterCampus Transfer forms and $500 deposits due at the Office of the Registrar. No exceptions. For Transfer Applicants: The MARCH 1 Financial Aid date is also an all-important deadline in this process. Friday, February 16 5 p.m. Deadline for submission of Ariel Internship Career Services Office Wednesday, February 21 Week 6 3:15 p.m. Faculty Meeting Thursday, February 22 Saturday, February 24 Board Meeting Monday, February 26 Week 7 Senior essay oral examinations begin GI Liberal Arts seminar oral examinations begin Wednesday, February 28 1:30-3:30 p.m. Faculty Seminar Day (special events as scheduled); undergraduate tutorials canceled All GI classes meet as scheduled Ault-Evers Room, Meem Library

8 Saturday, March 3 2:30 p.m. Algebra Test Dining Hall Fall and January Freshmen are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of freshman year. March 2018 Monday, March 5 Friday, March 9 Week 8 January Freshman Don Rags scheduled during class intervals Monday, March 5 5 p.m. General Pathways Fellowships applications due to Career Services Career Services Wednesday, March 7 3:15 p.m. Faculty Meeting Friday, March 9 DEADLINE: RETURNING STUDENTS LA and EC advance deposits due for Summer 2018 term Saturday, March 10 Food Service ends with breakfast All dormitories and suites close at NOON Saturday, March 10 Sunday, March 25 SPRING BREAK for all students Administrative offices closed one day during Spring Break Wednesday, March 14 Priority Filing Date: Summer 2018 new Graduate Institute Liberal Arts student financial aid applications. fafsa.ed.gov Monday, March 19 Submission date for missing work that led to incomplete grade for FA 2017 unless tutor stipulated an earlier date Saturday, March p.m. Dormitories open Sunday, March :30 a.m. Food Service begins with Brunch Monday, March 26 Week 9 All tutorials and seminars resume GILA preceptorials begin and continue through Thursday, May 17 Grade-changing DEADLINE for Fall 2017 grades Tuesday, March 27 GIEC students begin fourth preceptorials DEADLINE: GI Summer housing contracts due Tuesday, March 27 Monday, April 2 Sophomore tutorials canceled for essay writing period; classes resume Monday, April 2 at 1:30 p.m.

9 April 2018 Sunday, April 1 Week 10 DEADLINE: Undergraduate Advance Deposits for Fall 2018 Treasurer s Office For continuing students - Deposit holds a place in Fall class roster and allows participation in drawing for on-campus housing. DEADLINE: January Freshman Summer Tuition and Fees payment due. DEADLINE: Student Accounts for Summer 2018 must be paid in full or TMS budgets arranged and verified with the Treasurer s Office. Failure to meet these deadlines trigger withdrawal from financial aid funding and from enrollment rosters for the upcoming term. Monday, April 2 12 p.m. Sophomore Enabling Essays due by noon or as otherwise announced by seminar tutors Wednesday, April 4 - Wednesday, April 25 Sophomore seminar orals begin Monday, April 9 Week 11 EC seminar essays due Wednesday, April 11 3:15 p.m. Faculty Meeting Deadline: Housing Plans Forms due to Office of Residential Life Thursday, April 12 Monday, April 16 Freshmen and Junior Writing Period; no Freshmen and Junior tutorials through the morning of April 16. January Freshmen classes proceed as scheduled. Monday, April 16 Week 12 Freshmen, Junior and January Freshmen essays due by noon; no morning FF and JR tutorials. January Freshmen classes proceed as scheduled. Wednesday, April 18 Friday, April 27 January Freshmen seminar orals Wednesday, April 18 Monday, May 7 Freshman and Junior seminar orals Monday, April 23 Wednesday, April 25 Week 13 Housing Lottery Room Selection in the Office of Residential Life Thursday, April 26 Friday, April 27 Sophomore Enabling DON RAG DAYS All UNDG tutorials except for SO tutorials are in session, unless the tutor indicates otherwise; seminars meet. Friday, April 27 All Student Accounts for Spring 2018 must be paid in full

10 Tuesday, May 1 Priority Filing Date: New GILA/GIEC students financial aid applications for Fall 2018 term. fafsa.ed.gov DEADLINE: Completion of Financial Aid/Loan file for the Summer 2018 term May 2018 Monday, April 30 - Wednesday, May 2 Week 14 Sophomore Enabling Don Rags scheduled during class intervals Saturday, May 5 2:30 p.m. Algebra Test Dining Hall Fall and January Freshmen are obliged to attempt the test once by the end of freshman year. Monday, May 7 Week 15 Satisfactory grades check due from senior year and graduate level tutors for undergraduate and graduate degree candidates. Office of the Registrar Wednesday, May 9 12:10 p.m. Sophomore Enabling Faculty Meeting Junior Common Room Friday, May 11 Sunday, May 13 Reality Weekend Saturday, May 12 9 a.m. Final Faculty Meeting: Awarding of degrees Monday, May 14 Thursday, May 17 Week 16 Freshman Don Rags and Junior Conference Period. All undergraduate tutorials are in session unless the tutor indicates otherwise. Seminars meet as regularly scheduled. Library Call-In Week Tuesday, May 15 6 p.m. GI dinner for graduating students Location TBA Wednesday, May 16 Senior Dinner Thursday, May 17 Friday, May 18 Last day of spring term: Undergraduate Spring term ends with seminars. Last day of graduate classes All Library materials due by 10 p.m. Commencement related activities. Family activities begin on Friday mid-day. Friday, May 18 - Sunday, May 27 Early Summer Break for January Freshmen Great Hall Saturday, May 19 10:30 a.m. COMMENCEMENT, Class of 2018 Weigle Placita Sunday, May 20 Food service ends with breakfast 12 p.m. All dormitories, suites and apartments close. All areas must be vacated. Monday, May a.m. Seminar Reading List Review Faculty Meeting Senior Common Room

11 2018 Summer Term Saturday, May 26 9 a.m. Dormitories open for January Freshmen Food service for January Freshmen begins with dinner Monday, May 28 Administrative offices closed for Memorial Day May 2018 Monday, May 28 JF Week 1 ASSISTANT DEAN s OFFICE Open January Freshman second term begins with tutorials and seminars, as scheduled Tuesday, May a.m. & 1 3 p.m. REGISTRATION: January Freshmen, during class intervals. Summer Enrollment is jeopardized if Financial Aid/ Loan file or Student Account is incomplete. Failure to meet these registration requirements triggers withdrawal from financial aid funding and enrollment rosters. Friday, June 1 DEADLINE: Health insurance waivers due for summer 2018 Undergraduate Spring 2018 grades due ALL Spring 2018 GI grades and comment sheets due (LA and EC) June 2018 Thursday, June 7 - Saturday, June 9 JF Week 2 Board Meeting, Santa Fe Saturday, June 9 12 p.m. Dormitories open for GI students Food service begins with dinner 2 p.m. Graduate Institute Summer Faculty Meeting 3 p.m. Graduate Institute CONVOCATION Darkey Common Room, Levan Hall 5-6:30 p.m. New GI students seminar on the Meno

12 Monday, June 11 GI Week 1/JF Wk 3 9 a.m. 4 p.m. REGISTRATION: All Graduate Institute Summer term students Levan Hall Graduate Institute classes begin and meet, as scheduled 4 p.m. New GI Student Orientation Darkey Common Room Thursday, June 14 DEADLINE: Undergraduate housing contracts due in Housing Office. Sunday, June 24 Saturday, June 30 Summer Academy I July 2018 Sunday, July 1 GI Wk 3/JF Wk 5 DEADLINE: Returning Students LA and EC - deposits due for Fall 2018 term Monday, July 2 GI Wk 3/JF Wk 5 Classes meet as scheduled Sunday, July 1 Saturday, July 7 Summer Academy II Sunday, July 8 Saturday, July 14 Summer Academy III Monday, July 9 GILA conferences begin Submission date of missing work from SP 2018 that led to incomplete grade unless earlier date was stipulated by tutor Monday, July p.m. January Freshmen annual essays due by noon, or as otherwise announced by seminar tutors GIEC and GILA seminar orals begin Wednesday, July 18 Friday, July 20 January Freshmen seminar oral examinations begin Friday, July 27 Monday, July 30 Friday, August 3 Library Call-In Week; Satisfactory grades check for Graduate Institute degree candidates Monday, July 30 1 p.m. Graduate Institute final Faculty Meeting: awarding of degrees Monday, July 30 Friday, August 3rd January Freshmen Don Rags scheduled during class intervals Tuesday, July 31 6 p.m. GI Graduates dinner Location to be announced

13 August 2018 Wednesday, August 1 DEADLINE: Completion of Financial Aid/Loan file for FALL 2018 term DEADLINE: Student Accounts for FALL 2018 must be paid in full or TMS budgets arranged and verified with Treasurer s Office. Failure to meet these deadlines triggers withdrawal from financial aid funding and enrollment rosters for the upcoming term. Thursday, August 2 January Freshmen second term ends after seminar; January Freshmen late summer vacation begins. Graduate Institute summer session ends after seminar. Friday, August 3 10 a.m. Graduate Institute Commencement 5 p.m. All library materials due Saturday, August 4 Food service ends with breakfast 12 p.m. January Freshman and Graduate Institute dorms close Monday, August 13 All JF and GI (LA and EC) grades and GI Comment Sheets due today Tuesday, August 21 Fall 2018 Freshman Registration Wednesday, August 22 Fall 2018 SO, JR, and SR Registration Academic Year Thursday, August a.m. Convocation for Fall Freshmen and new graduate students 7:30 p.m. First undergraduate seminars and Meno Seminar for new Graduate Students meet August 2018

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