College Credit Plus

Important Dates

Application Deadlines for online application and all supplemental materials and test scores:

Fall 2018 - May 1
Spring 2019 - November 1
Summer 2019 - April 1

Fall 2018

First Day of Class

Labor Day - no classes, offices closed

Fall Break - no classes exc. Medicine & Law

Veterans Day Observance - no classes, offices closed

Thanksgiving Break - no classes, offices closed

Final Exam Week

University Commencement

Winter Break - offices closed

Mon, Aug 27*

Mon, Sep 3

Mon - Tue, Oct 11-12

Mon, Nov 12

Thu - Fri, Nov 22-23

Mon - Fri, Dec 10 -14

Sat, Dec 15

Dec 24 - Jan 1

 

Spring 2019

First Day of Class

Martin Luther King Day - no classes, offices closed

Spring Beak - no classes

Finals Week

University Commencement

Mon, Jan 14*

Mon, Jan 21

Mar 4 - 8

Apr 29 - May 3

Sat, May 4

 

Summer 2019

Summer Session I Begins

Memorial Day - no classes, offices closed

Summer Session III Begins

End of Summer Session I

Summer Session II Begins

Independence Day - no classes, office closed

End of Summer Session II & III

Mon, May 13*

Mon, May 27

Mon, Jun 10

Fri, Jun 21

Mon, Jun 24

Thu, Jul 4

Fri, Aug 2


*Important Information

Add/Drop Period: If students are going to add or drop 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.

Note:  Drops will be processed according to university policy. If a dual credit student drops 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.

Note: If a student withdraws from a class at UT, the high school (public school students) or the 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 the State of Ohio concerning the amount they will be billed.

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Last Updated: 7/11/18