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Academic Year 2008/09

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September

Monday, 1 September 2008

GALA: International Orientation for new international (including US) and exchange students continues (August 30 to September 1).

Graduate Studies: Students wishing to apply for University Graduate Fellowships and external awards administered through the University (NSERC, SSHRC, CIHR) for 2009/10 should check with their departments for internal student deadlines.

Labour Day. University closed.

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. Note: Last sitting in August is Saturday August 30, 2008.

UBC Housing and Conferences: Residences open.

Tuesday, 2 September 2008

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

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

Imagine UBC: First-day orientation program for new students. All 100-level classes are replaced by the Imagine UBC Day, with the single exception of those 100-level classes that start at or after 5:00 pm and meet only once per week.

Law (first year): Orientation begins.

Law (second and third years): Classes begin.

Teacher Education Program: 12-Month Options, Elementary Year 1 of 2, NITEP Year 4: Orientation day. (Term 1, September 2 to November 28 inclusive). Elementary Year 2 of 2 and NITEP Year 5: Practica begins (September 2 to November 28 inclusive).

2008/09 Academic Year begins.

Classes begin for 2008/09 Winter Session day and evening courses for all faculties not already in session.

Wednesday, 3 September 2008

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 $35.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

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 $35.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Monday, 8 September 2008

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 1 clerkship begins (September 8 to October 3 inclusive).

Monday, 15 September 2008

General University Bursaries: Last day for applications to be submitted to Student Financial Assistance & Awards. Students must have received their 2008/09 student loans to be eligible for the General Bursaries.

Tuesday, 16 September 2008

Distance Education: 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 in 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, 17 September 2008

Meeting of the Senate.

Thursday, 18 September 2008

Access and Diversity Office: New client orientation.

Friday, 19 September 2008

Last day 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.

Monday, 29 September 2008

On-line application opens for 2009 Summer Session and the 2009/10 Winter Session including change of program/campus for the 2009/10 Winter Session.

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October

Friday, 3 October 2008

Graduate Studies: Last day for final oral examinations for doctoral students planning to graduate in November.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 1 clerkship ends.

Tuesday, 7 October 2008

Last day for payment of fees for any fee assessments incurred between September 1 and September 30. 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 $35.00 and interest will be assessed on outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Student Financial Assistance & Awards: Deadline date for Premier Undergraduate Awards and Wesbrook Scholar applications/nominations.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 2 clerkship begins (October 7 to October 31 inclusive).

Friday, 10 October 2008

Graduate Studies: Last day for graduate programs to notify the Faculty of Graduate Studies that all requirements (including major papers) have been met for non-thesis master's degrees for November graduation.

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies of final master's theses and doctoral dissertations for November graduation.

Last day for withdrawal from most Winter Session Term 1 courses with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

Monday, 13 October 2008

Last day for submission of applications for supplemental and deferred examinations from the 2008 Summer Session.

Thanksgiving Day. University closed.

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

Awards for students with disabilities: Last day for applications to be submitted to Student Financial Assistance & Awards.

Meeting of the Senate.

Monday, 20 October 2008

Teacher Education Program: Secondary practicum begins (October 20 to 31 inclusive).

Friday, 24 October 2008

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of exam copies of doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for transmission to the external examiner in time for December 31, 2008, program end date.

Saturday, 25 October 2008

Language Proficiency Index (LPI) : Deadline for completion of the LPI for all students intending to take a first-year English course in January 2009 (Winter Session, Term 2).

Friday, 31 October 2008

Last day for completion of bachelor's degree program requirements for graduation in November.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 2 clerkship ends.

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November

Monday, 3 November 2008

Graduate Studies: Deadline for guaranteed consideration by the Faculty of Graduate Studies of recommendations from graduate programs for overseas international students to be admitted for registration May 2009. Later recommendations may be accepted upon special request from a graduate program.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 3 clerkship starts (November 3 to 28 inclusive).

Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Remembrance Day. University closed. Service in War Memorial Gymnasium for all students, faculty, alumni, staff, and friends at 10:45 am.

Wednesday, 12 November 2008

Meeting of the Senate.

Friday, 14 November 2008

Graduate Studies: Last day for supervisor to submit "Appointment of External Examiner" form to Faculty of Graduate Studies for students expecting to graduate in May.

Saturday, 15 November 2008

Supplemental and deferred examinations (2008 Summer Session).

Wednesday, 19 November 2008

Crane Resource Centre: Recommended date for submission of materials for alternate format production for Winter Session, Term 2.

November Congregation, Day 1: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Thursday, 20 November 2008

November Congregation, Day 2: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Friday, 21 November 2008

Access & Diversity Office: Recommended date for submission of Exam Accommodation forms for December examinations.

Killam Postdoctoral Fellowships: Last day for departments to submit nominations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for 2008 Fellowship competition.

Last day for withdrawal from most two-term courses with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

November Congregation, Day 3: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts (if required).

Friday, 28 November 2008

Last day for sponsored students to submit application to have fees billed to a sponsoring organization for Winter Session Term 2 (January to April) tuition fees. Students who do not submit their applications by the deadline will be required to pay their second instalment of tuition fees by January 7 to avoid financial hold procedures. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Last day of classes for most faculties.

Graduate Studies: Last day for supervisors to submit "Appointment of External Examiner" form to Faculty of Graduate Studies for April 30, 2009, program end date.

Law (all years): Last day of classes.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 3 clerkship ends.

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December

Monday, 1 December 2008

Graduate Studies: Deadline for guaranteed consideration by the Faculty of Graduate Studies of recommendations from graduate programs for North American students to be admitted for registration May 2009. Later recommendations may be accepted upon special request from a graduate program.

Last day for Graduate Students employed as Teaching and Research Assistants to apply for payroll deduction of Winter Session Term 2 (January - April) tuition fees.

Wednesday, 3 December 2008

Law (all years): December examinations begin.

December examinations begin for most faculties, day and evening classes (December 3 to 17 inclusive). Saturdays are included in the exam schedule.

Friday, 12 December 2008

Graduate Studies: Last day for final doctoral oral examinations in time for December 31, 2008, program end date.

Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Law (all years): Last day of December examinations.

Meeting of the Senate.

Last day of December examinations for most faculties.

Thursday, 25 December 2008

Christmas Day. University closed.

Friday, 26 December 2008

Boxing Day. University closed.

Monday, 29 December 2008

Reduced student services in most departments until January 2, 2009.

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January

Thursday, 1 January 2009

New Year's Day. University closed.

Sunday, 4 January 2009

UBC Housing and Conferences: Residences open for Term 2.

Monday, 5 January 2009

Distance Education: Start date for January (Term C) courses.

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of final master's theses and doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for December 31, 2008, program end date.

Law (all years): Classes begin.

Pharmaceutical Sciences (first, second, and third year): Classes begin.

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 4 clerkship begins (January 5 to 30 inclusive).

Teacher Education program: 12-Month Elementary and Middle Years Options, Elementary Year 1 of 2, and NITEP Year 4: Practica begins (January 5 to 16 inclusive). Elementary Year 2 of 2, NITEP Year 5 and 12-Month Secondary Options: Term 2 classes begin.

Term 2 begins, Winter Session: All faculties, day and evening classes.

Winter GALA: International Orientation for new international (including US) and exchange students entering Winter Session Term 2.

Wednesday, 7 January 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for payment of January 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 $35.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Last day for payment of second installment of fees for registration and course changes made on or before December 31. 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. Student will also be assessed a processing fee of $35.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Thursday, 15 January 2009

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Deadline for application for Pharm.D. program commencing in August 2009.

Monday, 19 January 2009

Distance Education: Student Service Centre closes for Distance Education courses starting in January (Term C). Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawals without a "W" standing recorded on a student's academic record.

Last day for changes between credit and audit for Term 2 courses.

Teacher Education Program: 12-Month Elementary and Middle Years Options, Elementary Year 1 of 2, and NITEP Year 4: Classes begin (January 19 to March 20, exam period March 23 to 25).

Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawal from most Term 2 courses without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with "W" standing.

Wednesday, 21 January 2009

Meeting of the Senate.

Friday, 30 January 2009

Pharmaceutical Sciences: Block 4 clerkship ends.

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February

Sunday, 1 February 2009

Medicine, M.Sc. Genetic Counselling Training Program: Application deadline.

Monday, 2 February 2009

Pharmaceutical Sciences (fourth year): Block 5 clerkship begins (February 2 to 27 inclusive).

Teacher Education Program: 12-Month Secondary Options: Practica begins (February 2 to May 15 inclusive).

Monday, 9 February 2009

Last day for payment of fees for any fee assessments incurred between January 1 and January 31. 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 $35.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Friday, 13 February 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of exam copies of doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for transmission to the external examiner in time for May graduation.

Last day for withdrawal from most Winter Session Term 2 courses with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

Monday, 16 February 2009

Commerce and Business Administration: Master's classes continue (M.B.A. midterm break April 13 to 17 inclusive).

Law: Midterm break (February 16 to 20 inclusive). Classes cancelled.

Pharmaceutical Sciences (first, second, and third years): Midterm break (February 16 to 20 inclusive).

Teacher Education Program: 2-Year Elementary Options: Midterm break (February 16 to 20 inclusive). Classes continue for 12-Month Options.

Midterm break for most faculties begins (February 16 to 20 inclusive). Lectures and laboratories cancelled. Library and some other facilities remain open.

Saturday, 21 February 2009

Language Proficiency Index (LPI): Deadline for completion of the LPI test by all students intending to take a first-year English course in Summer Session 2009 (Terms 1 and 2).

Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Meeting of the Senate.

Friday, 27 February 2009

Application deadline for UBC Major Entrance Scholarships and Entrance Bursaries. Student Financial Assistance & Awards must receive the applications by 4:00 pm.

Last day for graduation applications to be submitted to Enrolment Services by all students expecting to graduate in May. Application is made through the Student Service Centre.

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of exam copies of doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for transmission to the external examiner in time for April 30, 2009, program end date.

Pharmaceutical Sciences (fourth year): Block 5 clerkship ends.

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March

Monday, 2 March 2009

Deadline for application to 2009 Summer Session and the 2009/10 Winter Session except for Visiting, Unclassified, Access, or Auditor students.

Deadline to apply for change of program/campus for the 2009/10 Winter Session.

Graduate Studies: Deadline for guaranteed consideration by the Faculty of Graduate Studies of recommendations from graduate programs for overseas international students to be admitted for registration in September 2009. Late recommendations may be accepted upon special request from a graduate program.

Pharmaceutical Sciences (fourth year): Block 6 clerkship begins (March 2 to 26 inclusive).

Friday, 6 March 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for supervisors to submit "Appointment of External Examiner" form to Faculty of Graduate Studies for August 31, 2009, program end date.

Monday, 16 March 2009

Last day for submission of graduating essays and theses, most bachelor degree programs.

Summer Session: Registration for Summer Session 2009 opens (subject to change). All students should refer to the Student Service Centre for individual registration access dates. Most courses run: Term 1 (evening courses) May 4 to July 24 inclusive (exams July 25); Term 2 (daytime courses) July 6 to August 14 inclusive (exams August 15).

Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Meeting of the Senate.

Thursday, 26 March 2009

Pharmaceutical Sciences (fourth year): Block 6 clerkship ends.

Monday, 30 March 2009

Pharmaceutical Sciences (fourth year): Block 7 clerkship begins (March 30 to April 23 inclusive).

Teacher Education Program: 12-Month Elementary and Middle Year Options: Practica begins (March 30 to June 26 inclusive).

Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Crane Resource Centre: Recommended date for submission of materials for alternate format production for Summer Session for courses starting May 4.

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April

Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Graduate Studies: Deadline for guaranteed consideration by the Faculty of Graduate Studies of recommendations from graduate programs for North American students to be admitted for registration September 2009. Later recommendations may be accepted upon special request from a graduate program.

Last day for Graduate Students employed as Teaching and Research Assistants to apply for payroll deduction of Summer Session tuition fees.

Students applying to the Summer bursary program should apply for summer government student loans by this date.

Friday, 3 April 2009

Access & Diversity: Recommended date for submission of Exam Accommodation forms for April examinations.

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for final oral examination for doctoral students planning to graduate in May.

Law (all years): Last day of classes.

Last day of classes for most faculties.

Friday, 10 April 2009

Good Friday. University closed.

Monday, 13 April 2009

Commerce and Business Administration, M.B.A.: Midterm break begins (April 13 to 17 inclusive).

Easter Monday. University closed.

Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Forestry (third year): FRST 452 field work begins at the University Research Forest, Maple Ridge, BC (April 14 to 24 inclusive).

Law: Examinations begin.

April examinations begin (day and evening classes) for most faculties (April 14 to 28 inclusive). Saturdays are included in the examination schedule.

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Deadline to submit final documentation for admission to the 2009 Summer Session Term 1.

Last day for sponsored students to submit applications to have fees billed to a sponsoring organization. Students who do not submit their applications by the deadline will be required to pay the first installment of fees by May 6 to avoid financial hold procedure. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Meeting of the Senate.

Students applying for student loans via the StudentAid BC (SABC) for the 2009 Summer Session will have their Term 1 Summer Session tuition fees automatically deferred until June 6, 2009, if their SABC application is received and assessed by this date. Students receiving student loans from a province other than BC should contact Student Financial Assistance & Awards before the tuition fee deadline to obtain a deferral.

Friday, 17 April 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for departments to notify the Faculty of Graduate Studies that major papers have been submitted and all requirements met for non-thesis master's degrees for May graduation.

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of final master's theses and doctoral dissertations to the Faculty of Graduate Studies for May graduation.

Thursday, 23 April 2009

Pharmaceutical Sciences (fourth year): Block 7 clerkship ends.

Friday, 24 April 2009

Geography (third year): GEOG 309 field school begins.

Graduate Studies: Last day for final doctoral oral examinations in time for April 30, 2009, program end date.

Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Law (all years): Last day of examinations.

Last day of April examinations for most faculties.

Wednesday, 29 April 2009

UBC Housing and Conferences: Winter Session residences close; residents are required to vacate.

Thursday, 30 April 2009

Earth and Ocean Sciences (second year students): Geology field school begins (EOSC 223, April 30–May 6).

Earth and Ocean Sciences (third year students): Geology field school begins (EOSC 328, April 30–May 13).

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of final master's theses and doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for April 30, 2009, program end date.

Science One Program: Application deadline.

2008/09 Winter Session ends.

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May

Friday, 1 May 2009

Deadline for secondary school applicants to submit Commerce supplemental application form.

Earth and Ocean Sciences: Hydrogeology field school begins (EOSC 428) (May 1 to May 5 inclusive).

Sunday, 3 May 2009

UBC Housing and Conferences: Residences open for summer studies students.

Monday, 4 May 2009

Civil Engineering Surveying field school (CIVL 235) begins (May 4 to 16 inclusive).

Distance Education: Course start date for Summer Session (Term A).

GALA: International Orientation for new international (including US) and exchange students attending 2009 Summer Session.

Summer Session, Term 1: First day of classes for terms running from May 4 to June 12 (exams June 13), and May 4 to July 24 (exams July 25).

Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for payment of May instalment 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 $35.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Summer Session, Term 1: Tuition fees due. 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 $35.00 and interest will be assessed on the outstanding balance until it is paid in full. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Friday, 8 May 2009

Crane Resource Centre: Recommended dates for submission of materials for alternate format production for Summer Session courses starting June 15.

Graduate Studies: Last day for supervisors to submit "Appointment of External Examiner" form to Faculty of Graduate Studies for November graduation.

Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawal from most six-week courses starting May 4 without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with "W" standing.

Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Meeting of the Senate

Friday, 15 May 2009

Distance Education: Student Service Centre closes for Distance Education courses starting in May (Summer Session Term 1). Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawal without a "W" standing recorded on a student's academic record.

Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawal from most 12-week courses starting May 4 without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with "W" standing.

Monday, 18 May 2009

Victoria Day. University closed.

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Teacher Education Program: 12-Month Secondary Options: Most classes begin for Term 1 Summer Session (May 19 to June 26 inclusive).

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Baccalaureate Concert: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

May Congregation, Day 1: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Thursday, 21 May 2009

May Congregation, Day 2: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Friday, 22 May 2009

Last day for withdrawal from most six-week courses starting May 5 with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

May Congregation, Day 3: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Monday, 25 May 2009

May Congregation, Day 4: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

May Congregation, Day 5: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Wednesday, 27 May 2009

May Congregation, Day 6: The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

Friday, 29 May 2009

Access & Diversity: Recommended dates for submission of Exam Accommodation forms for Summer Session, Term 1, for courses ending June 12.

Crane Resource Centre: Recommended date for submission of materials for alternate format production for Summer Session, Term 2, for courses starting July 6.

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June

Monday, 1 June 2009

Deadline for submission of Summer Session scholarship and bursary applications to Student Financial Assistance & Awards.

Registration for Winter Session 2009/10 opens (subject to change). All students should refer to the Student Service Centre for individual registration access dates.

Friday, 5 June 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of exam copies of doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for transmission to the external examiner in time for August 31, 2009, program end date.

Friday, 12 June 2009

Last day for withdrawal from most 12-week courses starting May 4 with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

Summer Session, Term 1: Some courses end. Examinations are held either in the evening of June 12 or Saturday June 13.

Saturday, 13 June 2009

Summer Session Term 1: Examinations for some courses.

Monday, 15 June 2009

Summer Session, Term 1: First day of classes for courses running June 15 to July 24 (exams July 25).

Friday, 19 June 2009

Application deadline for supplemental and deferred examinations from 2008/09 Winter Session.

Summer Session, Term 1: Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawal from most six-week courses starting June 15 without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with "W" standing.

Monday, 22 June 2009

Crane Resource Centre: Recommended date for submission of materials for alternate format production for Summer Session, Term 2, for courses starting July 27.

Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Affiliation Scholarships, Affiliation Bursaries, and First Nations Awards: Last day for applications to be submitted to Student Financial Assistance & Awards.

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July

Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Canada Day. University closed.

Thursday, 2 July 2009

Graduate Studies: Deadline for guaranteed consideration by the Faculty of Graduate Studies of recommendations from graduate programs for overseas international students to be admitted for registration in January 2010. Late recommendations may be accepted upon special request from a graduate program.

Law: Supplemental and deferred examinations begin (July 2 to July 10 inclusive).

Friday, 3 July 2009

Summer Session, Term 1: Last day for withdrawal from most six-week courses starting June 15 with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

Monday, 6 July 2009

Teacher Education Program: 12-Month July 2009 Start Options: Classes begin (July 6 to August 21 inclusive).

Teacher Education Program: Summer Session, 12-Month September Start Options: Term 2 classes begin for (July 6 to August 14, subterm 2A: July 6 to 24 subterm 2B July 27 to August 14).

Summer Session, Term 2: Some courses begin (July 6 to August 14 (exams August 15).

Wednesday, 8 July 2009

Summer Session, Term 2: Last day for withdrawal from most three-week courses starting July 6 without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with "W" standing.

Summer Session, Term 2: Tuition due date.

Friday, 10 July 2009

Summer Session, Term 2: Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawal from most six-week courses starting July 6 without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with "W" standing.

Saturday, 11 July 2009

Deadline for the completion of the Language Proficiency Index (LPI) test by BC students (including students who are non-BC residents studying at BC educational institutions) intending to take a first-year English course in September 2009.

Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Summer Session, Term 2: Last day for withdrawal from most three-week courses starting July 6 with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

Friday, 17 July 2009

Access & Diversity: Recommended date for submission of Exam Accommodation forms for Summer Session, Term 1, for courses ending July 24.

Friday, 24 July 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for supervisor to submit "Appointment of External Examiner" form to Faculty of Graduate Studies for December 31, 2009, program end date.

Summer Session, Term 2: Last day for withdrawal from most six-week courses starting July 6 with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

Summer Session Term 1: Most classes end. Examinations are held either the evening of July 24 or Saturday July 25.

Summer Session Term 2: Some classes end. Examinations are held either the evening of July 24 or Saturday July 25.

Monday, 27 July 2009

Supplemental and deferred examination period (Winter Session), weekdays (July 27 to August 7 inclusive).

Summer Session, Term 2: Some courses begin (July 27 to August 14, exams August 15).

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Summer Session, Term 2: Last day for changes in registration and for withdrawal from most three-week courses starting July 27 without withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record. Student Service Centre remains open for course withdrawals with "W" standing.

Friday, 31 July 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for final doctoral oral examinations in time for August 31, 2009, program end date.

Students applying to the Winter Bursary Program in September 2009 should apply for winter government student loans by this date.

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August

Saturday, 1 August 2009

Mechanical Engineering: Last day for students to complete their registration for Winter 2009 Term 1 and Term 2 MECH courses.

Language Proficiency Index (LPI): Deadline for completion of the LPI test by out-of-province students intending to take a first-year English course in September 2009. Out-of-province students may be granted permission to write on Saturday, September 5, 2009, if they miss the LPI sitting in their province. To seek permission, write to the First-Year English Office: First-Year.English@ubc.ca.

Monday, 3 August 2009

BC Day. University closed.

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Graduate Studies: Deadline for guaranteed consideration by the Faculty of Graduate Studies of recommendations from graduate programs for North American students to be admitted for registration in January 2010. Late recommendations may be accepted upon special request from a graduate program.

Last day for withdrawal from most three-week courses starting July 27 with withdrawal standing of "W" recorded on a student's academic record.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

International Student Services welcome services for new international (including US) and exchange students (August 5 to 23 inclusive, and ongoing).

Friday, 7 August 2009

Access & Diversity: Recommended date for submission of Exam Accommodation forms for Summer Session, Term 2 courses ending August 14.

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of exam copies of doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for transmission to the external examiner in time for November graduation.

Last day for students who hold major external graduate or undergraduate fellowships to apply for Winter Session fee deferments.

Thursday, 13 August 2009

ASSIST: An intensive academic orientation for new International students (August 13 to 26 inclusive).

Friday, 14 August 2009

Last day for sponsored students to submit application to have fees billed to a sponsoring organization. Students who do not submit their applications by the deadline will be required to pay the first instalment of tuition fees by September 9 to avoid financial hold procedure. See Fees, Financial Assistance, and Scholarships in the Calendar.

Summer Session Term 2: Most courses end. Examinations are held either the evening of August 14 or on Saturday August 15.

General Bursary Program: Applications available on the Student Service Centre.

Last day for Graduate Students employed as Teaching and Research Assistants to apply for payroll deduction of Winter Session tuition fees.

Sunday, 16 August 2009

UBC Housing and Conferences: Residences close for summer session students.

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Forestry, third year: Interior Field School (FRST 351) begins (August 23 to August 29 inclusive).

Monday, 24 August 2009

Mechanical Engineering 2nd year practicum (MECH 220) begins.

Friday, 28 August 2009

Graduate Studies: Last day for submission of final master's theses and doctoral dissertations to Faculty of Graduate Studies for August 31, 2009, program end date.

Monday, 31 August 2009

2008/09 Academic Year ends.

Last day for graduation applications to be submitted to Enrolment Services by all students expecting to graduate in November. Application is made through the Student Service Centre.

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