ACCESS Academic Calendar
|ACCESS/Nondegree Registration Begins||Aug 22|
|Classes Begin||Aug 26|
|Faculty & Staff Registration Opens||Aug 26|
|Labor Day Holiday (University Closed)||Sept 2|
|Tuition & Fees Due||Sept 5|
|Last Day to Add Name to a Class Waitlist in MyCUInfo||Sept 4|
|Last Day to Add a Class in MyCUInfo||Sept 4|
|Community Auditors Program Registration (Space Available)||Sept 4 – Sept 26|
|Drop a Course**, 100% Tuition Adjustment*||Sept 11|
|College Opportunity Fund Eligibility Deadline^^||Sept 13|
|Deadline to Request Pass/Fail or No-credit Status||Sept 13|
|Deadline to Withdraw**, 60% Tuition Adjustment*||Sept 25|
|Payment Due for New or Unpaid Charges||Oct 5|
|Spring 2019 Schedule of Classes Available in MyCUInfo||Oct 7|
|Deadline to Withdraw**, 40% Tuition Adjustment*||Oct 9|
|Deadline to Withdraw** without Petitioning^, No Tuition Adjustment||Nov 1|
|Deadline to Change Final Exam Schedule||Nov 1|
|Fall Break (No Classes)||Nov 25 – Nov 27|
|Thanksgiving Holiday (University Closed)||Nov 28 – Nov 29|
|Add a Course with Instructor Signature, Without Petitioning^||Dec 12|
|Last Day of Classes||Dec 12|
|Last Day to Withdraw from all ACCESS Classes||Dec 12|
|Reading Day||Dec 13|
|Final Exams||Dec 14 – 18|
|Last Day to Authorize COF in MyCUInfo||Dec 18|
* Students’ eligibility for a possible tuition adjustment or refund is dependent on residency status and number of credits. Non-resident students are not eligible for a tuition adjustment if they are enrolled in 4 or more credits after dropping or withdrawing from a course or courses.
** Withdraw by 11:59 p.m. online using MyCUInfo or 5 p.m. in person or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A grade of W will appear on your transcript.
^ Petitioning is designed to provide students who experience unavoidable, extenuating circumstances, the opportunity to waive a University policy that, if enforced, would result in unsatisfactory academic progress or financial consequences.
Nondegree students must petition the dean of CEPS and must have an instructor signature. Degree students must petition the dean of the college in which they are enrolled, and must have an instructor signature.
^^ If a College Opportunity Fund (COF) eligible student adds a course after this date, according to Colorado Department of Higher Education policy, the student will pay full tuition for the course, including the amount normally paid by COF, and the course will not be credited to COF hours used.