Academic Calendar 2005–2007

The academic year at the University of Illinois at Chicago consists of the fall and spring semesters and an eight-week summer session. Each of the regular semesters includes fifteen weeks of instruction and one week of final examinations. A grading period occurs at the end of each term.

Fall Semester 2005
August 22, M Instruction begins.
September 2, F Last day to complete late registration. Last day to add/drop a course(s) via the Web.
September 5, M Labor Day holiday. No classes.
September 30, F Last day to withdraw from a course(s) with college permission.
November 24–25, Th–F Thanksgiving holiday. No classes.
December 2, F Instruction ends.
December 5-9, M-F Final examinations.
Spring Semester 2006
January 9, M Instruction begins.
January 16, M Martin Luther King, Jr., Day holiday. No classes.
January 20, F Last day to complete late registration. Last day to add/drop a course(s) via the Web.
February 17, F Last day to withdraw from a course(s) with college permission.
March 20-24, M–F Spring vacation. No classes.
April 28, F Instruction ends.
May 1-5, M–F Final examinations.
Summer Session 2006
May 29, M Memorial Day holiday. No classes.
May 30, Tu Instruction begins.
June 2, F Last day to complete late registration. Last day to add/drop a course(s) via the Web.
June 30, F Last day to withdraw from a course(s) with college permission.
July 4, Tu Independence Day holiday. No classes.
July 19, W Instruction ends.
July 20–21, Th–F Final examinations.
Fall Semester 2006
August 28, M Instruction begins.
September 4, M Labor Day holiday. No classes.
September 8, F Last day to complete late registration. Last day to add/drop a course(s) via the Web.
October 6, F Last day to withdraw from a course(s) with college permission.
November 23–24, Th–F Thanksgiving holiday. No classes.
December 8, F Instruction ends.
December 11-15, M-F Final examinations.
Spring Semester 2007
January 15, M Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. No classes.
January 16, Tu Instruction begins.
January 26, F Last day to complete late registration. Last day to add/drop a course(s) via the Web.
February 23, F Last day to withdraw from a course(s) with college permission.
March 26-30, M–F Spring vacation. No classes.
May 4, F Instruction ends.
May 7-11, M-F Final examinations.
Summer Session 2007
May 28, M Memorial Day holiday. No classes.
May 29, Tu Instruction begins.
June 1, F Last day to complete late registration. Last day to add/drop a course(s) via the Web.
June 29, F Last day to withdraw from a course(s) with college permission.
July 4, W Independence Day holiday. No classes.
July 18, W Instruction ends.
July 19–20, Th–F Final examinations.


Office of Academic and Enrollment Services (MC 103)
University of Illinois at Chicago
601 South Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7128

This publication is a record of the 2005-2007 academic years. It is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract. The information was current at the time of publication. Faculty assignments and programs listed are subject to change, and individual departments and units should be consulted for further information. Courses listed in this publication are subject to revision without advance notice. Courses are not necessarily offered each term or each year. Individual departments or units should be consulted for information regarding regularity of course offerings. For the catalog on the Web, see http://www.uic.edu/ucat/catalog/.

Volume 37
June 1, 2005

The commitment of the University of Illinois to the most fundamental principles of academic freedom, equality of opportunity, and human dignity requires that decisions involving students and employees be based on individual merit and be free from invidious discrimination in all its forms.

The University of Illinois will not engage in discrimination or harassment against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation including gender identity, unfavorable discharge from the military or status as a protected veteran and will comply with all federal and state nondiscrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action laws, orders, and regulations. The nondiscrimination policy applies to admissions, employment, access to and treatment in the University programs and activities.

University complaint and grievance procedures provide employees and students with the means for the resolution of complaints that allege a violation of this Statement. Members of the public should direct their inquiries or complaints to the appropriate equal opportunity office.

Policy Council

Revised May 31, 2005

Guided by the belief that people with disabilities are assets to the University, UIC is committed to full inclusion and participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of University life. We seek to provide an academic, social, and physical environment that makes disabled people integral to the diversity of perspectives that is vital to an academic community.

UIC supports the principles of universally accessible design, alternative communication formats, and the expression of disability community and pride. At all levels of the University, UIC promotes equal opportunity, fair treatment, and the elimination of barriers for qualified individuals with disabilities.

Any member of the public who alleges age (under the Age Discrimination Employment Act) or disability (under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act) discrimination on the basis of class may refer to the Public Formal Grievance Procedures. The Public Formal Grievance Procedures addresses complaints of discrimination on the basis of age and/or disability in any activity, policy, rule, standard, or method of administration that is related to the operation of a University program. Please refer to the policy located at http://www.uic.edu/depts/oae/Public_Formal_Grievance_Procedures_Option_221.doc or contact Caryn Bills, Deputy Associate Chancellor, The Office of Access and Equity (MC 602), 809 South Marshfield Avenue, Room 717, Chicago, IL 60612, 312-996-8670.

For additional information or assistance with the equal opportunity, affirmative action, and harassment policies and procedures of the University of Illinois at Chicago, please contact:

Office for Access and Equity
Title IX, ADA, and 504 Coordinator
717 Marshfield Building (MC 602)
809 South Marshfield Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60612-7207
http://www.uic.edu/depts/oae
312-996-8670