Spring 2016 Academic Calendar

February 1     Add/Drop processing deadline (Full semester, First half, First Quarter Courses, Audit)
February 10   Winter Carnival (no “daytime” classes) classes begin at 5:00 p.m.
February 19    First Quarter Ends
February 22    Second Quarter Begins

March 9     Six Week Grades Due by Faculty
March 10   Six Week Grades available online
March 11    Spring Break Begins at 3:20 p.m.
March 11    First Half Ends
March 11    Second Quarter Ends
March 21   Classes resume at 8:00 a.m.
March 21   Second Half Begins
March 21   Third Quarter Begins
March 25   Deadline for First Semester, First year students to drop full-semester courses
March 27   Add/Drop processing deadline Second Half courses
March 31   Continuing Ed Registration Begins UG Summer 2016
March 31   Withdrawal processing deadline (full semester)
March 31   Add/Drop processing deadline (Individual enrollment, independent study, internship, practica, performance studies, or auditioned courses).

April 4-14  Advising Weeks
April 15     Third Quarter Ends
April 18     Fourth Quarter Begins
April 18-29  Fall 2016 Registration
April 29    Withdrawal processing deadline (Individual enrollment, Independent study, internship, practica, performance studies, Second Half, or auditioned courses).

May 2      Continuing Ed Registration Begins Fall 2016
May 7-8  Reading Days
May 9-13 Finals Week
May 13    Spring Convocation
May 14    Commencement
May 26   Spring 2016 Grades Finalized; Official Transcripts Available





In Plymouth Magazine

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Coach for a Day

Dean of the First-Year Experience Mark Fischler is a professor, mentor, and friend to countless students. But this past September, he was also a coach for the Panther football team.

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That She May Serve

Elizabeth Morrissette ’18 selected as New Hampshire’s Miss University 2015 Elizabeth Morrissette ’18 stood on the stage at her first Miss New Hampshire pageant, trying to keep her knees from knocking. “I was definitely nervous—I’d only had a week to prepare and I wasn’t really sure what to expect—but at the same time I felt […]

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And Justice for All

Alisha Medeiros ’15 wants to help troubled youth make better choices and live fulfilling lives. This desire, influenced by a family tragedy, led her to pursue a career in criminal justice.