CSSW ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2018-19
The Policy of the University is to respect its member’s beliefs. No students will be penalized for absence due to religious beliefs and alternative means will be sought for satisfying the academic requirements involved.

Summer 2018

July

2 Mon English for Professional Purposes (EPP): SW 6-week program begins
27 Fri Online Campus Advanced Standing classes begin
30 Mon Orientation — New Advanced Standing students
31 Tues Residential Advanced Standing classes begin
&
Professional Development & Self Awareness (PDSA) training

August

1 Wed Residential Advanced Standing classes begin
10 Fri English for Professional Purposes (EPP): SW 6-week program ends
23 Thurs Last day of classes for residential Advanced Standing students
26 Sun Last day of classes for Online Campus Advanced Standing students
27-31 Mon-Fri Orientation Week- Fall 2018 (required for all new students for Fall 2018)
Preparation for the Profession (Friday, Aug. 31st; required for all students entering first-year field. P4P continues Sept. 4 & 7)

Fall 2018

September

3 Mon Labor Day observed
4 Tues First day of classes
14 Fri Last day to add/drop courses without penalty
17 Mon Field Instruction begins
25 Tues Final Year Residential Advising Seminar (Tuesday students), 1:00-2:00 p.m.
26 Wed  Final Year Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.

October

3 Wed Direct Practice Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
8 Mon Indigenous Peoples’ Day
17 Wed Conferring of October degrees
22 Mon Self-Care Day

November

6 Tues Election Day – University Holiday (no field if placement agency closed)
7 Wed Direct Practice Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
9 Fri Last day to drop a class w/o receiving a UW (no refund given)
21 Wed Academic Holiday (Administrative offices open; no classes held)
22 Thurs University Holiday
23 Fri University Holiday

December

7 Fri Field Evaluations due
13 Thurs Last day of classes
14 Fri Fall field education ends — Winter Break

Spring 2019

January

2 Wed Field education resumes (Continuing students)
14-18 Mon–Fri January Orientation (New 16-Month, Extended and Reduced Residency students)
16 Wed Direct Practice Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
17 Thur Preparation for the Profession (Required for all students entering first term of first-year field – T6010. P4P continues on Jan. 22 and 25.)
21 Mon Martin Luther King Day observed
22 Tues First day of classes

Final Year Residential Advising Seminar (Tuesday students), 1:00-2:00 p.m.

23 Wed Final Year Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
28 Mon Spring Field Instruction begins (16 –Month, 5-term ISP students)
30 Wed 16-Month Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.

February

1 Fri Last day to add/drop courses without penalty
 4 Mon  Second Year Placement Planning Fair
20 Wed Direct Practice Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
27 Wed 16-Month Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.

March

18-22 Mon–Fri Spring Break
25 Mon Community Day (Tentative)
27 Wed 16-Month Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
28 Thurs Last day to drop a class w/o receiving a UW (no refund given)

April

2 Tues Final Year Residential Advising Seminar (Tuesday students), 1:00-2:00 p.m.
3 Wed Final Year Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
10 Wed Final Year Residential Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.

May

2 Thurs Last day of second session 7-week courses; last day of 14-week classes
10 Fri Field Instruction ends & Field Evaluations due for all students
22 Wed University Commencement; CSSW Commencement

Summer 2019

May

20 Mon Summer Field Instruction begins (16-Month/January and other students who began T6010 in the Spring, and 3 d/wk Reduced Residency students)
&
Summer Classes begin

June

5 Wed 16-Month Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
 27 Thurs Summer Session 6-week courses end

July

10 Wed 16-Month Advising Seminar, 12:15-1:45 p.m.
25 Thurs Summer Session 10-week courses end
26 Fri Field instruction ends & Field Evaluations due (16-Month/January)
&
Online Campus Advanced Standing Program begins
30 Mon 2019 Residential Advanced Standing Program begins

The Policy of the University is to respect its members’ beliefs. No student will be penalized for absence due to religious beliefs and alternative means will be sought for satisfying the academic requirements involved.

*This calendar is subject to change.