All College Credit Plus students are required to follow The University of Toledo’s academic schedule. This also includes registering, adding or dropping courses during the permitted time periods to avoid additional charges, late fees and grades that will negatively affect your transcript.
Application Deadlines for online application and all supplemental materials and test scores:
Summer 2017 - April 1, 2017
Fall 2017 - May 1, 2017
Spring 2018 - November 1, 2017
|First Day of Classes - Summer Session 1||May 15|
|Memorial Day - NO CLASSES||May 29|
|Summer Session 3 begins||June 12|
|Last Day of Classes - Summer Session 1||June 23|
|Summer Session 2 begins||June 26|
|Independence Day - NO CLASSES||July 4|
|End of Summer Sessions 2 & 3||Aug 4|
|First Day of Classes||TBA|
|Add Course Ends||TBA|
|Instructor Signature to add courses||TBA|
|Last Day to Drop Courses (No transcript penalty if dropped during the first two weeks.
A monetary penalty will apply if dropped during the second week.)
|Labor Day - NO CLASSES||Sept 4|
|Fall Break - NO CLASSES||TBA|
|Last Day to Withdraw (“W” on transcript and potential charge to student for course.
Withdraws after this date will result in 0.00 grade for the class and will be factored
into college and high school transcript)
|Veteran's Day||Nov 11|
|Thanksgiving Holiday||Nov 23-24|
|Last Day of Fall Classes||TBA|
|Final Exams for Fall Semester||TBA
Add/Drop Period: If students are going to add or drops a class they must contact their Success Coach** before or during the add/drop period. Students may not add or drop a class without the Success Coach’s knowledge.
** Drops will be processed according to university policy. If a dual credit student drop a class and does not replace the class with an equal number of credit hours, they may be billed for that class according to UT’s drop fee policy. Contact your Success Coach for information on the drop policy. The Ohio Department of Education will be billed for the charges incurred.
Withdrawal: Students can withdraw from a class after the add/drop period ends. Students must contact their Success Coach prior to withdrawing from a class.** A “W” will appear on your college transcripts.
** IMPORTANT NOTE: If a student withdraws from a class at UT, the high school (public school students) or state of Ohio (private school students) has the right to bill the student for that class. Students will need to contact their high school guidance counselor or State of Ohio concerning the amount they will be billed.