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2012-2013 Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

2012-2013 Academic Calender



Web registration/add/drop and Web payment are open until midnight on the last date indicated, unless another time is shown.

(Registration and fee payment for Summer B 2013 will be closed from 4:00 p.m. on June 27 through June 28, 2013.)

Unless a different time is shown or the College closes early, all other deadlines, except class dates, are effective at 4:30 p.m. on the last date indicated.

NOTE: Baccalaureate admissions and program application deadlines and procedures may vary. Contact the department for information.

Fall 2012

Deadline for all required documents to be received by financial aid to ensure funding of tuition and fees at the beginning of the term. Required documents include, but are not limited to, official transcripts, tax returns, and other documents required for verification, as shown on any missing information letters. Students must be registered for classes before aid can be awarded.  May 31
Last day to submit an application for admission (new students and re-admits) for classes starting the first week of the term. Official high school transcripts must be on file, if applicable, for the student to be admitted/re-admitted to FGC. TRANSFER STUDENTS: All official transcripts must be received and evaluated by FGC in order to register and/or be considered for financial aid. Allow at least 4 weeks for this to be completed.  Aug. 1
Graduation applications due (*Names may not appear in the graduation program for graduation applications received after Feb. 28.)  Sept. 28
State employee fee waiver application deadline  July 26
Open Registration (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit

 April 11 - Aug. 17

Fees Due: Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily. All class registrations not secured with full payment or financial aid will result in students having their entire class schedule cancelled in its entirety. All students registering for classes after this date must secure classes with full payment or financial aid.  Aug. 16
Faculty return  Aug. 13
Professional development days  Aug. 13-17
State employees register before 3 pm at the Registrar’s Office  Aug. 17
Classes begin  Aug. 20
Add/Drop (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit. All fees are due daily. All students registering for classes must secure classes with full payment. Any class schedule not secured with full payment will be cancelled in its entirety. Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily during the Add/Drop period.  Aug. 20-24
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in previous term(s). Unresolved “I” grades will change to “F”.  Sept. 10
Last day for withdrawal (Withdrawal deadline may differ for classes that do not span the full term. Please see your advisor.)  Oct. 22
Last day of classes before exams  Dec. 3
Final exams as scheduled  Dec. 4-10
Term Ends  Dec. 10
Grades due (10 a.m. fall and spring; 4:30 p.m. summer)  Dec. 11
Last faculty duty day  Dec. 13
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in this term.  Jan. 25
Commencement Ceremony  N/A
Summer work schedule begins  N/A
Summer work schedule ends  N/A
Term Holidays - No Classes  Sept. 3: Labor Day
Nov. 12: Veterans Day
Nov. 21-23: Thanksgiving
Dec. 19-31: Winter Break

Spring 2013

Deadline for all required documents to be received by financial aid to ensure funding of tuition and fees at the beginning of the term. Required documents include, but are not limited to, official transcripts, tax returns, and other documents required for verification, as shown on any missing information letters. Students must be registered for classes before aid can be awarded. Nov. 1
Last day to submit an application for admission (new students and re-admits) for classes starting the first week of the term. Official high school transcripts must be on file, if applicable, for the student to be admitted/re-admitted to FGC. TRANSFER STUDENTS: All official transcripts must be received and evaluated by FGC in order to register and/or be considered for financial aid. Allow at least 4 weeks for this to be completed.  Nov. 30
Graduation applications due (*Names may not appear in the graduation program for graduation applications received after Feb. 28.)  Feb. 28
State employee fee waiver application deadline  Nov. 29
Open Registration (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit  Nov. 14 - Jan. 3
Fees Due: Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily. All class registrations not secured with full payment or financial aid will result in students having their entire class schedule cancelled in its entirety. All students registering for classes after this date must secure classes with full payment or financial aid.  Dec. 17
Faculty return  Jan. 2
Professional development days  Jan. 2-3
State employees register before 3 pm at the Registrar’s Office  Jan. 3
Classes begin  Jan. 4
Add/Drop (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit. All fees are due daily. All students registering for classes must secure classes with full payment. Any class schedule not secured with full payment will be cancelled in its entirety. Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily during the Add/Drop period.  Jan 4-10
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in previous term(s). Unresolved “I” grades will change to “F”.  Jan. 25
Last day for withdrawal (Withdrawal deadline may differ for classes that do not span the full term. Please see your advisor.)  Mar. 8
Last day of classes before exams  Apr. 24
Final exams as scheduled  Apr. 25 - May 1
Term Ends  May 1
Grades due (10 a.m. fall and spring; 4:30 p.m. summer)  May 2
Last faculty duty day  May 3
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in this term.  June 3
Commencement Ceremony  May 3
Summer work schedule begins  May 6
Summer work schedule ends  N/A
Term Holidays - No Classes

                 Jan. 1: New Year’s Day                Jan. 21: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Feb 18: President’s Day
Mar. 22-29: Spring Break 

Summer 2013

Deadline for all required documents to be received by financial aid to ensure funding of tuition and fees at the beginning of the term. Required documents include, but are not limited to, official transcripts, tax returns, and other documents required for verification, as shown on any missing information letters. Students must be registered for classes before aid can be awarded.  Apr. 1
Last day to submit an application for admission (new students and re-admits) for classes starting the first week of the term. Official high school transcripts must be on file, if applicable, for the student to be admitted/re-admitted to FGC. TRANSFER STUDENTS: All official transcripts must be received and evaluated by FGC in order to register and/or be considered for financial aid. Allow at least 4 weeks for this to be completed.  April 26
Graduation applications due (*Names may not appear in the graduation program for graduation applications received after Feb. 28.)  June 6*
State employee fee waiver application deadline  Apr. 18
Open Registration (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit  Apr. 10 - May 9
Fees Due: Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily. All class registrations not secured with full payment or financial aid will result in students having their entire class schedule cancelled in its entirety. All students registering for classes after this date must secure classes with full payment or financial aid.  May 8
Faculty return  May 13
Professional development days  N/A
State employees register before 3 pm at the Registrar’s Office  May 9
Classes begin  May 13
Add/Drop (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit. All fees are due daily. All students registering for classes must secure classes with full payment. Any class schedule not secured with full payment will be cancelled in its entirety. Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily during the Add/Drop period.  May 13 - 15
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in previous term(s). Unresolved “I” grades will change to “F”.  June 3
Last day for withdrawal (Withdrawal deadline may differ for classes that do not span the full term. Please see your advisor.)  July 3
Last day of classes before exams  Aug. 7
Final exams as scheduled  Aug. 8
Term Ends  Aug. 8
Grades due (10 a.m. fall and spring; 4:30 p.m. summer)  Aug. 8
Last faculty duty day  Aug. 8
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in this term.  Sept. 9
Commencement Ceremony  N/A
Summer work schedule begins  May 6
Summer work schedule ends  Aug. 9
Term Holidays - No Classes  May 27: Memorial Day
June 25-26: No Summer C classes
July 4: Independence Day

Summer A 2013

Deadline for all required documents to be received by financial aid to ensure funding of tuition and fees at the beginning of the term. Required documents include, but are not limited to, official transcripts, tax returns, and other documents required for verification, as shown on any missing information letters. Students must be registered for classes before aid can be awarded. Apr. 1
Last day to submit an application for admission (new students and re-admits) for classes starting the first week of the term. Official high school transcripts must be on file, if applicable, for the student to be admitted/re-admitted to FGC. TRANSFER STUDENTS: All official transcripts must be received and evaluated by FGC in order to register and/or be considered for financial aid. Allow at least 4 weeks for this to be completed.  April 26
Graduation applications due (*Names may not appear in the graduation program for graduation applications received after Feb. 28.)  June 6*
State employee fee waiver application deadline  Apr. 18
Open Registration (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit  Apr. 10 - May 9
Fees Due: Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily. All class registrations not secured with full payment or financial aid will result in students having their entire class schedule cancelled in its entirety. All students registering for classes after this date must secure classes with full payment or financial aid.  May 8
Faculty return  May 13
Professional development days  N/A
State employees register before 3 pm at the Registrar’s Office  May 9
Classes begin  May 13
Add/Drop (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit. All fees are due daily. All students registering for classes must secure classes with full payment. Any class schedule not secured with full payment will be cancelled in its entirety. Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily during the Add/Drop period.  May 13-15
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in previous term(s). Unresolved “I” grades will change to “F”. June 3
Last day for withdrawal (Withdrawal deadline may differ for classes that do not span the full term. Please see your advisor.)  June 5
Last day of classes before exams  June 20
Final exams as scheduled  June 24
Term Ends  June 24
Grades due (10 a.m. fall and spring; 4:30 p.m. summer)  June 24
Last faculty duty day  June 24
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in this term.  July 18
Commencement Ceremony  N/A
Summer work schedule begins  May 6
Summer work schedule ends  N/A
Term Holidays - No Classes  May 27: Memorial Day

Summer B 2013

Deadline for all required documents to be received by financial aid to ensure funding of tuition and fees at the beginning of the term. Required documents include, but are not limited to, official transcripts, tax returns, and other documents required for verification, as shown on any missing information letters. Students must be registered for classes before aid can be awarded.  Apr. 1
Last day to submit an application for admission (new students and re-admits) for classes starting the first week of the term. Official high school transcripts must be on file, if applicable, for the student to be admitted/re-admitted to FGC. TRANSFER STUDENTS: All official transcripts must be received and evaluated by FGC in order to register and/or be considered for financial aid. Allow at least 4 weeks for this to be completed.  June 10
Graduation applications due (*Names may not appear in the graduation program for graduation applications received after Feb. 28.)  July 18*
State employee fee waiver application deadline  June 5
Open Registration (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit  Apr. 10 - June 26
Fees Due: Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily. All class registrations not secured with full payment or financial aid will result in students having their entire class schedule cancelled in its entirety. All students registering for classes after this date must secure classes with full payment or financial aid.  May 8
Faculty return  June 27
Professional development days  N/A
State employees register before 3 pm at the Registrar’s Office  June 26
Classes begin  June 27
Add/Drop (includes Dual Enrollment students), including registering for Audit. All fees are due daily. All students registering for classes must secure classes with full payment. Any class schedule not secured with full payment will be cancelled in its entirety. Cancellations for nonpayment will begin daily during the Add/Drop period.  Jun. 27 & Jul. 2-3
(ends 4:00 p.m.
Jun. 27 & resumes Jun. 29)
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in previous term(s). Unresolved “I” grades will change to “F”.  July 18
Last day for withdrawal (Withdrawal deadline may differ for classes that do not span the full term. Please see your advisor.)  July 23
Last day of classes before exams  Aug. 7
Final exams as scheduled  Aug. 8
Term Ends  Aug. 8
Grades due (10 a.m. fall and spring; 4:30 p.m. summer)  Aug. 8
Last faculty duty day  Aug. 8
Last day to submit change of grade for incomplete (I) grades received in this term.  Sept. 9
Commencement Ceremony  N/A
Summer work schedule begins  N/A
Summer work schedule ends  Aug. 9
Term Holidays - No Classes  July 4: Independence Day