Campus Dates & Deadlines
Set automatically as 6 years from beginning classes at UND for financial aid purposes. This date has no correlation to a student's progress toward graduation.
|Full-Term Class||A class spanning the full semester (16 weeks for fall/spring or 12 weeks for summer).|
|Part-Term Class||A class that takes place for 6-8 weeks during the fall, spring, or summer semester.|
The midpoint in the fall or spring semester, a point at which an exam is typically given.
The Friday prior to Finals Week, a day during which no classes are held.
Division of the academic year. At UND, Fall, Spring and Summer are the semester terms.
|Dropping a Class||Discontinuing enrollment in a particular class but remaining enrolled in at least one or more classes during the term. Dropping a course only results in a refund if the class is dropped by the last day to drop a class for that semester. See the academic calendar.|
|Last Day to Add / Drop a Class||The last day for students to add a class without needing additional signatures and approval to do so. This is also the last day to drop a full-term class for a 100% refund and for the class to not be posted on a transcript.|
|Last Day to Request S / U Grading||Grades of S or U rather than the traditional grades of A through F are used by the University under regulations specified. A grade of S grants credit toward graduation but does not affect a student’s grade point average except as outlined below in item number 4. A grade of U also does not affect the grade point average and does not grant credit toward graduation.|
|Last Day to Withdraw for Refund %||The deadline for students to cancel registration in all of their classes and be eligible for a refund. Withdrawals result in a 100%, 75%, 50%, or 0% refund of tuition and fees depending on the date of the withdrawal form submission.|
|Withdrawal||The term for when a student cancels their registration in all classes and discontinues their studies for the semester.|
Times at which classes are typically scheduled. UND has Monday/Wednesday/Friday and Tuesday/Thursday classes.