Dear campus community,
UC Provost Brown has asked the campus to submit academic calendars for the 2023-24 through 2028-29 academic years by August 15, 2019.
The Chancellor’s Cabinet has reviewed proposed calendars and invites the campus community to comment through Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.:
The proposed calendars have been created in the same format as the campus calendars approved through 2022-2023 with the following elements:
Begin the fall semester on a Wednesday.
Begin the spring semester on the day after the January academic and administrative holiday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day).
Campus practice is to provide a 10-day break between the end of the spring semester and the beginning of summer sessions to allow for commencement activities and turnover of the residence halls.
Summer sessions is typically 12 weeks divided into five sessions, per recent campus practice. The first session ends in July and the remaining four all end on the same day. Campus practice does not include a separate final exam period during summer sessions.
Following the comment period, the Chancellor’s Cabinet will review and approve a final set of proposed calendars and will submit them to UC Provost Brown for review.
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost
Catherine P. Koshland
Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education