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September

Friday, 1 September 2006

GALA — International Orientation for new international (including US) and exchange students continues (August 31 to September 2).

Graduate Studies: Expected date for Faculty of Graduate Studies to receive recommendations from departments for North American students to be admitted for registration in January.

Graduate Studies: Students wishing to apply for University Graduate Fellowships and external awards administered through the University (NSERC, SSHRC) for 2007/08 should check with their departments for internal student deadlines.

Saturday, 2 September 2006

Language Proficiency Index (LPI): Deadline for completion of the Language Proficiency Index (LPI) test for International applicants residing and attending school outside of Canada at the time of the July or August deadlines.

UBC Housing and Conferences: Residences open.

Monday, 4 September 2006

Labour Day. University closed.

Tuesday, 5 September 2006

Commerce and Business Administration, B.Com and second year: Orientation day.

Distance education courses: Start date for September (Term A).

Imagine UBC: First-day orientation program for new students. All 100-level classes are cancelled today, with the single exception of those 100-level classes which start at or after 6:00 p.m. and meet only once per week.

Law, first year: Orientation begins.

Law, second and third years: Classes begin.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 1 clerkship begins (September 5-29 inclusive).

Teacher Education Program: 12-month Elementary options, Elementary Year 1 of 2, NITEP Year 4, Middle Years, and 12 month Secondary Options; orientation day. (Term 1: September 5 to December 1 inclusive.) Elementary Year 2 of 2 and NITEP Year 5: practicum begins (September 5 to December 1 inclusive).

Work Study job postings appear on the website: students.ubc.ca/workstudy.

2006/07 Academic Year begins.

Classes begin for 2006/07 Winter Session day and evening courses for all faculties not already in session.

Wednesday, 6 September 2006

Graduate Studies: Last day for payment of September installment of tuition fees. Students who have not paid their fees will be placed on financial hold: further registration activity will not be permitted, grades will not be released, and graduation diplomas will be withheld. Students will also be assessed a processing fee of $30.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full (see Vancouver Calendar Chapter III).

Last day for payment of first installment of fees for registration and course changes made before September 1. Students who have not paid their fees will be placed on financial hold: further registration activity will not be permitted, grades will not be released, and graduation diplomas will be withheld. Students will also be assessed a processing fee of $30.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full (see Vancouver Calendar Chapter III).

Friday, 15 September 2006

General University Bursaries: Last day for applications to be submitted to Student Financial Assistance & Awards. Students must have received their 2006/07 student loans to be eligible for the General Bursaries.

Tuesday, 19 September 2006

Distance Education courses: Student Service Centre closes for distance education courses starting in September (Term A). Last day for change of registration and for withdrawal without a "W" standing recorded on a student's academic record.

Last day for changes between credit and audit for Term 1 courses.

Last day for change of registration and for withdrawal from most Term 1 courses without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with a "W" standing.

Wednesday, 20 September 2006

Meeting of the Senate.

Thursday, 21 September 2006

Access and Diversity Office: New client orientation.

Friday, 22 September 2006

International Student Services orientation for late-arriving international (including US) and exchange students.

Last date for change in registration and for withdrawal from most two-term courses without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with a "W" standing.

Last day for changes between credit and audit for two-term courses.

Friday, 29 September 2006

Faculty textbook adoptions required by Bookstore for courses beginning in January.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 1 clerkship ends.

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