The following tables will be utilized in generating the final exam schedule. To find your tentative final exam time, find the regular meeting pattern of your course within the grid. For example, a MWF class that meets at 10:00am will have their final exam on Wednesday, August 7th from 8am to 10:45am. Official exam assignments will be generated and viewable in the student center approximately 2 weeks after the start of the term. Please verify your final exam assignment through Galaxy after final exams are generated. If you have questions about your final exam assignment, please email [email protected]
Final exams are integral components of the curriculum for all courses and must be given at the places and times for such exams published by the Office of the Registrar in each semester’s official listing of class schedules. When a final exam is given in a course, it must be given at the time scheduled by the Office of the Registrar during the final examination period listed on the Academic Calendar. Final exams will not be scheduled on Reading Day. A final exam must not last more than 2 hours and 45 minutes. Students with more than three final exams scheduled in one day may petition to take the additional final exams on different days. Final exams are typically generated during the second week of classes. Once generated, it can be viewed by students in Student Center, faculty in Faculty Center, and all others in Class Search. The final exam room assignment may not be the same as the regular classroom assignment and are subject to change. Please check Orion the week before finals to verify final exam time and room assignment. All final exams will utilize the following standard meeting time blocks:
Instructors who would like to add, change, or remove the final exam assignment, please e-mail the Office of the Registrar ([email protected]). The Scheduling Team will provide options that will have the least number of student time conflicts.
Although the schedule is almost free of conflicts, instructors must be prepared to allow alternate examination times when the student is required to take more than one exam at the same time, or where the student is scheduled for more than three (3) examinations in the same day, or there is a conflict with a Religious Holy Day.