Summer 2017 Important Dates

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Course Registration Dates
Web registration for all summer term 2017 sessions begins April 17, 2017
Walk-in registration for all summer term 2017 sessions begins May 1, 2017

12 WEEK SUMMER SESSION A: On Campus  & eLearning Courses
May 15 - August 4, 2017
 
Admissions Priority Application Deadline *(See important Application notice) April 24, 2017
Fee due date: twelve week Session A classes **(See important Fee Notice) May 4, 2017
Classes begin: twelve week Session A classes May 15, 2017
Add/drop: twelve week Session A classes May 5-18, 2017
Last day to drop with a refund of fees or change to audit status: twelve week Session A classes May 18, 2017
Last day to withdraw with grade of "W": twelve week Session A classes June 29, 2017
Final day of Session for students: twelve week Session A classes August 4, 2017
Final Grades Due at Noon August 7, 2017

6 WEEK SUMMER TERM B: On Campus Courses
May 15 - June 23, 2017

Admissions Priority Application Deadline *(See important Application notice) April 24, 2017
Fee due date: six week  Session B classes **(See important Fee Notice) May 4, 2017
Classes begin: six week  Session B May 15, 2017
Add/drop week: six week  Session B classes May 5-18, 2017
Last day to drop with a refund of fees or change to audit status: Session B classes May 18, 2017
Last day to withdraw with grade of "W": six week  Session B classes June 1, 2017
Final day of Session for students: six week  Session B classes June 23, 2017
Final grades due at noon June 26, 2017

8 WEEK SUMMER TERM C: On Campus Courses
June 12 - August 4, 2017

Admissions Priority Application Deadline *(See important Application notice) May 22, 2017
Fee due date: eight week  Session C classes **(See important Fee Notice) June 1, 2017
Classes begin: eight week  Session C  June 12, 2017
Add/drop week: eight week  Session C classes June 2-15, 2017
Last day to drop with a refund of fees or change to audit status: eight week Session C classes June 15, 2017
Last day to withdraw with grade of "W": eight week  Session C classes July 6, 2017
Final day of Session for students: eight week  Session C classes August 4, 2017
Final grades due at noon August 7, 2017

6 WEEK SUMMER TERM D: On Campus Courses
June 26 - August 4, 2017

Admissions Priority Application Deadline *(See important Application notice) June 5, 2017
Fee due date: six week  Session D classes **(See important Fee Notice) June 15, 2017
Classes begin: six week  Session D June 26, 2017
Add/drop week: six week  Session D classes June 16-29, 2017
Last day to drop with a refund of fees or change to audit status:  Session D classes June 29, 2017
Last day to withdraw with grade of "W": six week  Session D classes July 13, 2017
Final day of Session for students: six week  Session D classes August 4, 2017
Final grades due at noon August 7, 2017

 

GRADUATION

June 8 , 2017 Last day to apply for early degree posting
July 6, 2017 Last day to apply for August degree posting
 

There is no summer commencement ceremony, however degrees completed during the summer term will be posted. Summer graduates are invited to attend the fall commencement ceremony in December. Call the Office of the Registrar at 321-433-7284 to confirm your attendance.

COLLEGE CLOSED

Memorial Day Holiday, College Closed (Weekend classes meet as scheduled) Monday, May 29, 2017
Independence Day Holiday, College Closed (Weekend classes meet as scheduled) Tuesday, July 4, 2017

 

Important Information

* View Priority Application Deadline Notice
** View Fee Due Date and Payment Information
Late Registration Fee: How to Avoid
Class Attendance Policy: On-Campus, Hybrid and eLearning

TUITION PAYMENT PLAN: Students who have registered for the NELNET PAYMENT PLAN should be aware that they must register for all courses they plan to take prior to the first initial fee due date of the semester.  It is the student's responsibility to contact NELNET for any adjustments to their NELNET plan due to adding or dropping courses.  EFSC cannot make any adjustments to NELNET’s contracted deadlines.

DELINQUENT/DEFAULTED ACCOUNTS: Students are responsible to reimburse EFSC the fees of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage not to exceed 33% of the debt, including attorney fees and court costs. In addition to Eastern Florida State College academic standards and policies, students must agree to comply with the terms and conditions specified in the Registration and Financial Responsibility Agreement in order to enroll for courses at Eastern Florida State College. Students must also agree to abide by rules and regulations described in the EFSC Catalog and EFSC Student Handbook.

LATE COURSE ADDITIONS: Students should be aware that they are responsible for meeting instructor requirements for all courses. Adding a class late, even during add/drop, does not preclude students from completing assignments and attendance required beginning the first day of class.