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1 Admissions and Registration Calendar Fall 2018 Financial Aid Suggested FAFSA completion date for March 15, 2018 Financial Aid Priority Date July 15, 2018 (all documents must be submitted) Bookstore charge period (A/C terms) 7/30-08/27 Nelnet Payment Plan July 1 to July 11 (25% down and $35.00 fee) July 12 to Aug 9 (50% down and $40.00 fee) Class schedule on Web March 5, 2018 PURGES (for nonpayment) 40+ priority registration April 2 Begin July priority registration April priority registration April priority registration April 30 0 (new student) priority registration June Dual Enrollment (returning) April 10 Dual Enrollment (new): Priority application deadline May 4 Priority registration May 15 Late application deadline June 28 Late registration July 10 Graduation application deadline Oct. 5 Fall C 2018 (Aug. 20-Dec. 13) Admissions application deadline Aug. 8 General registration June 5-Aug. 17 Last admit date Aug. 10 Classes begin (residency deadline) Aug. 20 Add/drop period Aug Drop only Aug Last date for a refund Aug. 24 Labor Day Holiday Sept. 3 Saturday, Sunday classes meet College Planning Day Oct. 2 No day classes, evening classes meet Last date to withdraw with W Nov. 1 Veteran s Day Holiday Nov. 12 Saturday, Sunday classes meet College closes at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 21 Evening classes do not meet Thanksgiving holiday/break Nov Classes end Dec. 7-9 Exam week Dec Graduation Dec. 14 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. Dec. 17 Administrative offices closed Dec January 1, 2019 Fall A 2018 (Aug. 20-Oct. 9) Admissions application deadline Aug. 8 General registration June 5-Aug. 17 Last admit date Aug. 10 Classes begin (residency deadline) Aug. 20

2 Add/drop period Aug Drop only Aug. 22 Last date for a refund Aug. 22 Labor Day Holiday Sept. 3 Saturday, Sunday classes meet Last date to withdraw with W Sept. 20 College Planning Day Oct. 2 No day classes; evening classes meet Classes end Oct. 9 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. Oct. 10 Fall B 2018 (Oct. 15-Dec. 6) Bookstore charge period Oct Admissions application deadline Oct. 8 General registration June 5-Oct. 16 Last admit date Oct. 10 Classes begin (residency deadline) Oct. 15 Add/drop period Oct Drop only Oct. 17 Last date for a refund Oct. 17 Veteran s Day Holiday Nov. 12 Saturday, Sunday classes meet Last date to withdraw with W Nov. 15 College closes at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 21 Evening classes do not meet Thanksgiving holiday/break Nov Classes end Dec. 6 Graduation Dec. 14 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. Dec. 17 Spring 2019 Financial Aid Suggested FAFSA completion date for March 15, 2018 Financial Aid Priority Date Dec. 1, 2018 (all documents must be submitted) Bookstore charge period (A/C terms) Dec. 3, 2018-Jan. 15, 2019 Nelnet Payment Plan Sept 24 to Nov 16 (0 down and $30.00 fee) Nov 17 to Dec 11 (25% down and $35.00 fee) Dec 12 to Jan 4 (50% down and $40.00 fee) PURGES Class schedule on the Web Sept. 10, 2018 Begin Oct priority registration Sept priority registration Oct priority registration Oct priority registration Oct. 15 Dual Enrollment (returning) Oct. 9 Dual Enrollment (new): Priority application deadline Sept. 28 Priority registration Oct. 23 Late application deadline Nov. 2 Late registration Nov. 13 Graduation application deadline March 1 (Includes summer graduates who want to march in spring ceremony)

3 Spring C 2019 (Jan. 7-May 2) Admissions application deadline Dec. 14, 2018 General registration Oct. 15-Jan. 4, 2019 Last admit date Jan. 3 Classes begin (residency deadline) Jan. 7 Add/drop period Jan. 7-9 Drop only Jan Last date for a refund Jan. 11 Martin Luther King Jr. holiday Jan. 21 College Planning Day Feb. 12 No day classes, evening classes meet Spring Break March (M Sun) Last date to withdraw with W March 27 Classes end April Exam week April 28-May 2 Graduation May 3 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. May 6 Spring A 2019 (Jan. 7-Feb. 26) Admissions application deadline Dec. 14, 2018 Last admit date Jan. 3 General registration Oct. 15, 2018-Jan. 4, 2019 Classes begin (residency deadline) Jan. 7 Add/drop period Jan. 7-8 Drop only Jan. 9 Last date for a refund Jan. 9 Martin Luther King Jr. holiday Jan. 21 Last date to withdraw with W Feb. 6 College Planning Day Feb. 12 No day classes, evening classes meet Classes end Feb. 26 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. Feb. 27 Spring B 2019 (March 1 - April F-Sun) Bookstore charge period Feb. 22-March 8 Admissions application deadline Feb. 22 Last admit date Feb. 26 General registration Oct. 15- Feb. 28 Classes begin (residency deadline) March 1 Add/drop period March 1-4 Drop only March 5 Last date for a refund March 5 Spring Break March (M Sun) Last date to withdraw with W April 8 Classes end April Graduation May 3 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. May 6

4 Summer 2019 Financial Aid Suggested FAFSA completion date March 15, 2019 Financial Aid Priority Date April 17, 2019 (all documents must be submitted) Bookstore charge period (A/C terms) April 24-May 16 Nelnet Payment Plan - Mar 11 to Mar 18 (0 down and $30.00 fee) Mar 19 to Apr 11 (25% down and $35.00 fee) Apr 12 to May 7 (50% down and $40.00 fee) PURGES Class schedule on the Web Feb. 27 Begin April priority registration March priority registration March priority registration April 1 0+ priority registration April 8 Dual Enrollment (Returning) March 27 Dual Enrollment (New): Priority application deadline March 8 Priority registration April 10 Late application deadline April 12 Late registration April 24 Summer graduation application deadline May 23 Summer C 2019 (May 8-Aug. 6) Admissions application deadline May 2 Last admit date May 6 General registration April 8-May 7 Classes begin (residency deadline) May 8 Add/drop period May 8-13 Drop only May Last date for a refund May 15 Memorial Day holiday May 27 Independence Day holiday July 4 Last date to withdraw with W July 8 Classes end Aug. 6 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. Aug. 7 Summer A 2019 (May 8-June 19) Admissions application deadline May 2 Last admit date May 8 General registration April 8-May 7 Classes begin (residency deadline) May 8 Add/drop period May 8-9 Drop only May 13 Last date for a refund May 13 Memorial Day holiday May 27 Last date to withdraw with W June 3 Classes end June 19 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. June 20

5 Summer B 2019 (June 25-Aug. 6) Bookstore charge period June 18-July 1 Admissions application deadline June 17 Last admit date June 20 General registration April 8-June 24 Classes begin (residency deadline) June 25 Add/drop period June Drop only June 27 Last date for a refund June 27 Independence Day holiday July 4 Last date to withdraw with W July 18 Classes end Aug. 6 Grades due by 10:00 a.m. Aug. 7 College of Central Florida offers equal access and opportunity in employment, admissions and educational activities. The college will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, pregnancy, age, marital status, national origin, genetic information or disability status in its employment practices or in the admission and treatment of students. Recognizing that sexual harassment constitutes discrimination on the basis of gender and violates this policy statement, the college will not tolerate such conduct. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Equity Officer, Ocala Campus, Ewers Century Center, Room 201C, 3001 S.W. College Road, , ext. 1437, or

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