FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE
Examinations will take place in the room in which the individual
classes have been meeting, UNLESS otherwise announced.
A table of final exams is provided using both the LETTER designators and
Final Examinations may not be given during a regularly-scheduled class
• If a class is taught during a standard time –indicated
by either a single letter (A, B, N, Q) or a letter/number combination
(E2, R1, T4)—the exam will be given in the corresponding LETTER
• Final exam day and times for non-standard sections (section
having TWO numbers 01-79) is determined by the meeting days and start
time of the class. For example: a course section meeting on MW and having
the start time of 10:20am will have the same final exam day and time
as a standard C course section. Similarly a course section meeting on
W only at 10:30am will have the same final exam day and time as a standard
C course section.
• Group Exams may override your normally scheduled exam time;
please confirm a group exam time with the faculty member.
No examination shall be permitted during the reading period.
Final Examinations may be rescheduled only with the permission of the
No student shall be required to take more than two final examinations
in a twenty-four hour period. A student having three or more final examinations
scheduled during a twenty-four hour period may request the instructor
of the course most easily rescheduled (normally the course with the smallest
enrollment) to reschedule the examination for that individual. The request
shall be made no later than two weeks before the last class day.
A student who has a conflict between a final examination and a religious
observation may request that the instructor reschedule that student’s
examination. The request shall be made no later than two weeks before
the last class day.
For the resolution of any problem pertaining to the scheduling of final
examinations, a student should consult with the following entities or
persons in this order: the relevant instructor, the department chair,
the Dean or designee. If the matter cannot be resolved at the school or
college, the student should contact the Office of the Provost.