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CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY 2017-18 UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Please note: This calendar was correct at the time of publication. Dates are subject to change. For the most accurate current calendar, please consult . Fall Semester 2017 August 28 Academic semester begins (classes begin August 29) August 28 Last day for full-time students to withdraw with 100% refund August 29 Classes begin August 29 Sept. 5 Add/Drop Period September 4 Labor Day Holiday - No Day or Evening Classes September 5 Last day to change from part-time to full-time status; Last day for full-time students to withdraw from the university with 90% refund; Last day for part-time students to drop full semester course with 100% refund; Last day to drop first eight- week course without “W” September 6 - 18 Full-time students may drop courses but cannot drop below full- time status September 11 Last day for full-time students to withdraw from the university with 60% refund; Last day for part-time students to drop full semester course with 60% refund; Last day to declare Pass/Fail or Audit options for first eight-week courses September 15 Last day for students to apply to study abroad at CCSU Partner Programs for Spring Semester September 18 Last day to change from full-time to part-time status; Last day to declare Pass/Fail or Audit Options for full semester Courses ; Last day to drop full semester course without “W” Sept. 19 Nov. 20 Withdrawal from full semester courses without approval; “W” will be entered September 25 Last day for full-time students to withdraw from the university with 40% refund; Last day for part-time students to withdraw from full semester course with 40% refund; Midterm for first eight-week courses
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