From the ProvostPosted: Thursday, December 1, 2016
Finals Week (Critique and Evaluation Period) Fall 2016
Finals Week for fall 2016 will take place Monday, December 12; Tuesday, December 13; Wednesday, December 14; and Thursday, December 15. The purpose of Finals Week is to provide a single class meeting during which faculty and students have an extended period of uninterrupted time to conduct appropriate end-of-course activities. The Finals Week schedule is designed for classes that meet more than once a week during the semester. Classes (evening or day) that meet only once a week have sufficient time for final evaluation; therefore, they follow their regular schedules (exams to be scheduled during Finals Week).
The following regulations govern Finals Week:
A. All instructors are expected to meet their classes at the scheduled time during Finals Week and to choose an appropriate activity that reflects the academic goals of the course and the intent of finals, for example, an exam, review, critique of papers, course summation, or individual presentations or demonstrations
B. Instructors will not schedule a final exam before Finals Week. Instructors may not change the date or time of their final class periods during Finals Week. In case of emergencies, instructors should confer with their appropriate dean and notify University College at email@example.com or 878-5906.
C. Finals are scheduled for one-hour-and-50-minute periods. Instructors are not to increase or decrease the scheduled finals time.
D. In case of an emergency that would close the school, finals scheduled for the time of the closing will be rescheduled, as appropriate.
E. Faculty members must post office hours during which they will be available to meet with students during Finals Week.