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Apr 2
Registration opens (Returning students see Faculty Advisors or University College Academic Advisors; new transfer students register by appointment with Registrar’s Office Advisors); first year students register by appointment with the Office of Recruitment and School Relations. Transfer Orientation available online, contact Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jun 14-15 New Student Orientation: Dusty Camp - Session I. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 12-13 New Student Orientation: Dusty Camp - Session II. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 18 The Dustdevil Transition – Orientation for Transfer Students. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 26-27

New Student Orientation: Dusty Camp - Session III. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.

   
Aug 2-3 New Student Orientation: Dusty Camp - Session IV. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Aug 13-14 New Student Orientation: Dusty Camp - Session V. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Aug 20 International Student Orientation. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280. On-campus residences Move-in Day.
   
Aug 21 International Student Orientation. The Dustdevil Transition – Orientation for Transfer and Non-Traditional Students. For more information, call the Office of International Student Services, 326-2280.
   
Aug 21 Faculty and Staff Assembly. ALL TUITION AND FEES DUE. A $50 Late Fee will be assessed to students registering and/or paying after this date.
   
Aug 23

First Class Day.

   
Aug 29 Final Late Registration Day; course changes continue through September 7 with permission of instructor.
   
Aug 31
Freshman Convocation.
   
Sep 3 Labor Day. Classes meet.
   
Sep 7 Twelfth Class Day; last day courses may be dropped without record. December 2012 graduation application and payment deadline.
NO REGISTRATION BEYOND THIS POINT.
   
Sep 11 National Remembrance Day.
   
Sep 17 Constitution Day. Classes Meet.
   
Sep 19 Twentieth Class Day. All tuition and fees MUST be paid in full to avoid being dropped from course(s) for non-payment. Reinstatement is not an option.
   
Oct 6 AutMus Fest. Classes meet.
   
Oct 18-20 Mid Semester.
Mid Semester Break. No classes.
   
Oct 29 Spring 2013 Registration Opens.
   
Oct 31 Mid-term Grades due.
   
Nov 9 Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the University.
   
Nov 12-17 Faculty Evaluations.
   
Nov 21-24 Thanksgiving Holidays.
    
Dec 4 Last class day.
   
Dec 5 Reading Day. No Classes. No Exams.
   
Dec 6-12 Final Examination period.
   
Dec 12 On-campus residences close for the semester at 8 p.m.
   
Dec 13-14 Honor Cord/Hooding Ceremonies. See http://www.tamiu.edu/commencement/ for more information.
   
Dec 15 Commencement; end of Fall 2012 semester.
   
Dec 16 Grades due, midnight.

WINTERMESTER 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
 
Jan 2 ALL TUITION AND FEES DUE FOR WINTERMESTER. A $50 Late Fee will be assessed to students registering and/or paying after this date.
 
Jan 3 First Class Day. Last day classes may be added or dropped for Wintermester.
 
Jan 18 Last Class Day and Final Exams
 
Jan 21 Grades due, midnight.

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SPRING 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Jan 16 Orientation for International Students. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jan 17 ALL TUITION AND FEES DUE. A $50 Late Fee will be assessed to students registering and/or paying after this date. International Student Orientation continues. The Dustdevil Transition.  Orientation for Transfer and Non-Traditional Students. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jan 18 On-campus residence open for the semester.
   
Jan 21 Martin Luther King Holiday; University closed.
   
Jan 22 First Class Day.
   
Jan 28 Final Late Registration day; course changes continue through February 6 with permission of instructor.
   
Feb 6 Twelfth Class Day; last day courses may be dropped without record. May 2013 graduation application and payment deadline.
NO REGISTRATION BEYOND THIS POINT.
   
Feb 18 Twentieth Class Day. All tuition and fees MUST be paid in full to avoid being dropped from course(s) for non-payment.
   
Mar 8 Mid Semester.
   
Mar 11-16 Spring Break; no classes.
   
Mar 13 Mid-term grades due
   
Mar 29-30 Easter Holiday; no classes; University open.
   
Apr 1
Registration opens for Maymester, Summer and Fall 2013. Orientation dates for all entering students to be announced.
   
Apr 18 Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the University.
   
Apr 22-27 Faculty Evaluations.
   
May 7 Last class day.
   
May 8 Reading Day. No classes. No exams
   
May 9-15 Final Examination period.
   
May 15 On-campus residences close for the semester at 8 p.m.
   
May 16-17 Honor Cord/Hooding Ceremonies. See http://www.tamiu.edu/commencement/ for more information.
   
May 18 Commencement; end of Spring 2013 semester.
   
May 19 Grades due, midnight.
   
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MAYMESTER 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
 
May 17 ALL TUITION AND FEES DUE FOR MAYMESTER. A $50 Late Fee will be assessed to students registering and/or paying after this date.
 
May 20 First Class Day. Last day classes may be added or dropped for Maymester.
 
May 27 Memorial Day Holiday. No classes
 
Jun 7 Last Class Day and Final Exams
 
Jun 9 Grades due, midnight.
 
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SUMMER SESSION I 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

   
Jun 7 ALL TUITION AND FEES DUE for SSI. A $50 Late Fee will be assessed to students registering and/or paying after this date.
   
Jun 10 First Class Day.
   
Jun 11 Final Late Registration Day.
   
Jun 13

Fourth Class Day; last day courses may be dropped without record. August 2013 graduation application and payment deadline (no ceremony).
NO REGISTRATION BEYOND THIS POINT.
New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session I. Parent and Family Orientation Session I. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.

   
Jun 14 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session I continues.
   
Jun 25 Mid Semester for SSI.
   
Jun 27 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session II. Parent and Family Orientation Session II. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jun 28 Fifteenth Class Day. All tuition and fees MUST be paid in full to avoid being dropped from course(s) for non-payment.
New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session I continues.
   
Jul 4 Independence Day Holiday.
   
Jul 5 Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the University.
   
Jul 11 Last Class Day.
   
Jul 12 Final Examinations. Exams administered at scheduled class meeting time.  End of Summer Session I, 2013.
   
Jul 14 Grades due, midnight.
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SUMMER II 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
   
Jul 12 ALL TUITION AND FEES DUE FOR SSII. A $50 Late Fee will be assessed to students registering and/or paying after this date.
   
Jul 15 First Class Day.
   
Jul 16 Final Late Registration Day.
   
Jul 18 Fourth Class Day; last day courses may be dropped without record.
NO REGISTRATION BEYOND THIS POINT.
New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session III. Parent and Family Orientation Session III. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 19 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session III continues.
   
Jul 25 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session IV. Parent and Family Orientation Session IV. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 26 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session IV continues.
   
Jul 30 Mid Semester for SSII.
   
Aug 2 Fifteenth Class Day. All tuition and fees MUST be paid in full to avoid being dropped from course(s) for non-payment.
   
Aug 5 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session V. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Aug 6 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session V continues.
   
Aug 9 Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the University.
   
Aug 14 Last Class Day.
   
Aug 15 Final Examinations. Exams administered at scheduled class meeting time.  End of Summer Session II, 2013.
   
Aug 18 Grades due midnight.
   
Aug 20 Orientation for International Students. For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Aug 21 International Student Orientation continues. The Dustdevil Transition.  Orientation for Transfer and Non-Traditional Students.
   
Sep 6 Diploma and transcript available for summer degree completers.
   
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SUMMER III 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
LONG SESSION
   
Jun 7 ALL TUITION AND FEES DUE FOR SSIII. A $50 Late Fee will be assessed to students registering and/or paying after this date.
   
Jun 10 First Class Day.
   
Jun 11 Final Late Registration Day.
   
Jun 13 Fourth Class Day; last day courses may be dropped without record. NO REGISTRATION BEYOND THIS POINT.
New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session I. Parent and Family Orientation Session I. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jun 14 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session I continues.
   
Jun 27 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session II. Parent and Family Orientation Session II. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jun 28 Fifteenth Class Day. All tuition and fees MUST be paid in full to avoid being dropped from course(s) for non-payment.
New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session I continues.
   
Jul 4 Independence Day Holiday.
   
Jul 12 The Dustdevil Transition. Orientation for Transfer Student. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 17 Mid Semester for SSIII.
   
Jul 18 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session III. Parent and Family Orientation Session III. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 19 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session III continues.
   
Jul 25 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session IV. Parent and Family Orientation Session IV. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Jul 26 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session IV continues.
   
Aug 5 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session V. For more information call, the Office of Student Affairs, 326-2280.
   
Aug 6 New Student Orientation: Dusty Days Session V continues.
   
Aug 9 Last day to drop a course or withdraw from the University.
   
Aug 14 Last Class Day.
   
Aug 15 Final Examinations. Exams administered at scheduled class meeting time.  End of Summer Session III, 2013.
   
Aug 18 Grades due midnight.
   
Sep 6 Diploma and transcript available for August degree completers.
   

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