Welcome to the College of Fine Arts Facts monthly newsletter! You will find information regarding registration deadlines as well as events and opportunities available to you.
MONDAY, MARCH 18
Academic advising begins for fall semester registration for continuing students (contact advisor/college/department/school/regional campus student services office as appropriate)
DARS reports available for students enrolled spring semester
Note: A DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System) report is issued to students each semester prior to priority registration and may be viewed online at anytime. See General Information: Registration for method of distribution and location.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22
Last day to withdraw from (drop) an individual class on your spring semester schedule.
Note: Course remains on student's academic record with WP/WF grade and no fee adjustment.
Relocate Day for regional campus students planning to attend Athens campus fall semester
MONDAY, MARCH 25
Fall semester priority registration begins
FRIDAY, APRIL 5 - SUNDAY, APRIL 7
FRIDAY, APRIL 26
Last day to withdraw (drop all classes) from the University for spring semester (contact college or regional campus student services offices)
Note: Courses remain on student's academic record with WP/WF grades and no fee adjustment.
SATURDAY, APRIL 27
Last day of classes for spring semester
MONDAY, APRIL 29 - FRIDAY, MAY 3
Spring semester examination period
FRIDAY, MAY 3
Annual Graduate Commencement
Last meal served on board plan (dinner)
SATURDAY, MAY 4
Spring semester closing date
Annual Undergraduate Commencements
Residence halls close at 6:00 p.m.
For a complete listing of the spring semester academic calendar, click here.
The Undergraduate "Breakfast with the Arts" is for graduating seniors, their families, and College of Fine Arts faculty/staff. The breakfast takes place prior to the commencement ceremony.
SAVE THE DATE!
Undergraduate Breakfast with the Arts
Saturday, May 4
7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
A scientist walks up to an artist at a bar; he turns to her and says, "Are you a 90 degree angle? Because you're looking right." Many people would guess that this relationship wouldn't last longer than the end of that pickup line. However, professor of art John Sabraw would argue that this couple might be the perfect match for each other.
"The approach of art in questioning the world, in comparison to the perceived approach of science, can work together to provide rich ground for future projects and progress," says Sabraw. He is fascinated by metaphysical and pragmatic concerns regarding our universe and attempts to convey a sense of transcendence in all of his work. "My current research focuses on natural phenomena, the earth's ecosystem as a whole, and our role within that," says Sabraw. "This in turn has driven me to incorporate ever more sustainable practices in my studio and in my life." Join John Sabraw for his Café Conversations, "Fluid Potential: Why Scientists and Artists Should Get Together."
Wednesday, March 20
Front Room, Baker Center
Science Cafés are a venue for students interested in informally sharing their interests during a conversational exchange with faculty, staff and the community in a friendly setting.
All cafés start promptly at 5 p.m. in the Front Room located in Baker Center. Free coffee for the first 50 people.
Small awards of up to $500 for travel assistance for undergraduate students presenting their work at conference and other venues for presentation.
Contact: Roxanne Male'-Brune, (740) 597-1227, email@example.com
Various programs sponsored through the College of Fine Arts will be offered throughout the year. Specific information on additional programs will be forthcoming as it becomes available. For information on all Fine Arts Education Abroad programs, click here.
For information on OU Education Abroad programs, click here.