New First Year Students Fall ’15

You will be assigned an academic advisor during the month of July. To find out who your academic advisor is, follow these instructions:

  1. Log on to your myPlymouth account;
  2. Click on Services;
  3. Click on Student;
  4. Click on My Student Information;
  5. Check term says appropriate term (UG Fall 2015);
  6. Scroll down to Primary Advisor where your advisor’s name will appear.

Fall 2015 Important Dates

August 29         New Student Orientation Session E

August 31         Mandatory Advising Meeting for First Year Students at 2 p.m.

August 31         Fall Convocation (3:30 p.m. Foley Gymnasium)

August 31         Fall Semester Classes Begin at 5:00 p.m.

September 7     Labor Day Holiday (no classes)

September 8     Add/Drop processing deadline (Full semester,First half, First Quarter Courses, Audit)

September 25   First Quarter Ends

September 28   Second Quarter Begins

September 30   Last day to submit a Degree Application for December 2015 degree conferral

 

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