Sept. 3, 2003
Students, welcome back to Athens! While the pace can be a little different, we hope your time is productive and peaceful (and if you're new, we're glad you've decided to make Ohio University your home for the next four years). As the winter quarter begins, you've got a lot to keep track of, so here's an abbreviated calendar with some information about this quarter's deadlines. We've also added some links you can use to help get the year started on the right foot (see below and left).
Next month, on Wednesday, Feb. 18, the university will mark its 200th birthday from noon to 6 p.m. in the rotunda of the new lecture facility, adjacent to the beautifully renovated Grover Center and across the street from both Peden Stadium and the Convocation Center.
Join past presidents, guest speakers, dignitaries and other special guests in commemoration of the University's past, present and future. You'll have the chance to enjoy musical presentations as well as purchase bicentennial- and university-themed merchandise ...
... plus get a slice of a HUGE birthday cake!
Later that night, see the premiere of Mark Phillips' musical composition, "Turning Two Hundred," with dance interpretation by Lisa Ford Moulton, as well as presentation of Founders Citations, taking place at 8 p.m. in the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
To learn more about Founders Day, shop in the Bicentennial Marketplace or see others pay tribute to Ohio University, visit the Ohio University Bicentennial Web site today and see why we have so much to celebrate!
You can bookmark this page and use it as a reference throughout the coming academic year. Also visit the Current Students front door, which is full of useful links and fresh news you'll want to know about.
Check the official academic calendar for all dates and deadlines
Saturday, January 10
- Last day to check out of residence hall to receive 75 percent housing refund
Monday, January 12
- Last day to add a Winter Quarter class without instructor's approval
Monday, January 19
- Martin Luther King Day observed (University offices officially closed; classes not in session)
Tuesday, January 20
- Last day to register for Winter Quarter
- Last day to add a Winter Quarter class
- Last day to drop a Winter Quarter class (course removed from student's academic record)
- Last day to change college/major for Winter Quarter (contact your college student services office or your regional campus student services office)
- Last day to apply for the pass/fail grading option for Winter Quarter class (apply at your college student services office or regional campus student services office)
- Last day to change a grading option for Winter Quarter class (credit to audit, audit to credit, pass/fail to regular grade option, or regular grade option to pass/fail)
- Last day to receive partial refund (80 percent) of registration fees for complete withdrawal from the University (all Spring Quarter courses removed from the student's academic record) for Spring Quarter
Tuesday, January 27
- Last day to apply for graduation for Winter Quarter NOTE: Official graduation (degree conferral date) is March 20. Commencement is held at the conclusion of Spring Quarter.
January 30-February 1
Monday, February 9
- Last day to drop a class from the University for Winter Quarter (courses remain on student's academic record with WP/WF grade, no fee refund)
Wednesday, February 18
Friday, March 12
- Last day to withdraw (drop all classes) from the University for Winter Quarter (courses remain on student's academic record with WP/WF grades, no fee refund)
Saturday, March 13
- Last day of classes for Winter Quarter
Monday, March 15
- Winter Quarter examinations begin
Friday, March 19
- Last meal served on board plan (dinner)
Saturday, March 20
- Residence halls close at 2 p.m.
More Links You Can Use:
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- Local weather forecast
- Tips for freshmen
- Get in the Groove! lets you know how to get involved on campus
- Residence hall mailing addresses
- Online laundry room status (check the availability of washers and dryers in laundry rooms across campus; you can even be sent an e-mail when a particular machine finishes its cycle)
- Online housing forms (such as CATvision cable and microfridge work requests)
- Academic resources for students
- The Office of Nationally Competitive Programs offers assistance to Ohio University students as they prepare and apply for various prestigious awards given to students around the world.
- Communication Network Services for students
- Activate your e-mail account
- Need help with an Ohio University ID?
- About student computers