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Congratulations to the class of 2022! If you missed the events or just want to replay for warm memories, visit the 2022 graduation information page

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Spring 2022 Academic Calendar

Summer 2022 Academic Calendar Info

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Public Health
Full Semester
T 1/25/22 R 5/12/22 F 2/4/22 F 2/11/22 F 2/18/22 F 2/25/22 F 3/18/22 R 1/20/22 F 1/28/22
Public Health
Dietetic Internship
T 1/25/22 F 5/12/22 F 2/4/22 F 2/11/22 F 2/18/22 F 2/25/22 F 3/18/22    
Public Health Spring Intercession T 1/18/22 F 1/21/22 W 1/5/22 R 1/6/22 S 1/8/22 M 1/10/22 W 1/12/22     
Public Health Period I T 1/25/22 W 3/16/22 F 2/4/22  F 2/11/22  F 2/18/22 F 2/25/22 F 3/4/22    
Public Health Period II R 3/17/22 R 5/12/22 F  3/25/22 F 4/1/22 F 4/8/22 F 4/15/22  F 4/22/22    

Key Dates

  • Jan 14 F: Orientation
  • Jan 17 MMartin L. King Jr Holiday (University closed)
  • Jan 25 T: First day of classes
  • Jan 28 F: Last to Day to Confirm Enrollment – REQUIRED ONCE – can still adjust schedule after; no action will drop classes
  • Jan 28 F: FALL 2021 INCOMPLETES CONVERT TO “F”
  • Feb 18 F:  Last day to change grading rules to Audit  
  • Feb 28 & Mar 1 M-Tu: Lundi & Mardi Gras Days (University closed)
  • Mar 18 F:  Last day to drop for full semester classes and receive a "W." All drops after this date must receive a letter grade, or a "WF"
  • Mar 19 & 20 Sa-Su: Designated make-up days (Only used in the event of university closure)
  • Mar 21 M: Last day to change grading rules other than Audit
  • Mar 27-Apr 3 Su-Sun:  SPRING BREAK (no classes – university open)
  • Apr 6 W: PRIORITY registration begins for Summer/Fall 2022 (All students: Watch for your designated date and time thru Gibson.
  • Apr 9 & 10 Sa-Su: Designated make-up days (Only used in the event of university closure
  • May 4 W: Last day of classes
  • May 5 & 6 Th-F: Study Period
  • May 7-12 Sa-Th:  Final Exam period
  • May 21 Sat: COMMENCEMENT (in morning at Yulman Stadium, uptown campus 9am); SPHTM GRADUATION CEREMONY (in afternoon at Mahalia Jackson Theater, 3pm, students must arrive for 1:30pm for check-in and robing) - also, Spring degrees earned, conferred and posted to transcripts

Key Dates for Dissertation / Practicum (APE) / Culminating Experience (ILE)

  • Mar 25 F: Last day to submit notice of dissertation defense to Dean’s Office for Spring 2022 graduation
  • Apr 8 F: Last day to defend dissertation for Spring 2022 graduation
  • Apr 22 F: Last day to submit final dissertation to Dean's Office for Spring 2022 graduation
  • May 4 W: Last day to submit Practicum Form E  (APE) and Culmination Completion Form (ILE) to the Office of Academic Affairs if graduating May 2022. Check with your department for earlier deadlines. 

Summer 2022

Beginning this summer, please use the university registrar's academic calendars here or at the button below. On that page, use the drop down menus to select a specific term and then the term session (i.e., PH Early Summer 2022, PH late Summer 2022, PH Summer 2022, etc.).

Key Dates for 2022 Summer Academic Calendar

  • May 30 M: Memorial Day Holiday (University Closed)
  • Jun 15 W: SPRING 2022 INCOMPLETES CONVERT TO “F”
  • July 1 F: Last day to submit notice of dissertation defense to Dean's Office for Aug. 15th graduation
  • July 4 M: Independence Day Holiday Observed (University Closed)
  • July 15 F: Last day to defend dissertation for August 15th graduation
  • July 29 F: Last day to submit final dissertation to Dean’s Office for August 15th graduation
  • July 29 F: Last day to submit Practicum Form E (APE) and Culmination Completion Form (ILE) to the Office of Academic Affairs if graduating August 2022. Check with your department for earlier deadlines.
  • Aug 15 M: Summer Graduates degree earned, conferred, and posted to transcripts

Religious Observance Policy

Both Tulane’s policy of non-discrimination on the basis of religion and our core values of diversity and inclusion require instructors to make reasonable accommodations to help students avoid negative academic consequences when their religious obligations conflict with academic requirements. Every reasonable effort should be made to allow members of the university community to observe their religious holidays without jeopardizing the fulfillment of their academic obligations. It is never acceptable for an instructor to compel a student to choose between religious observance and academic work. Absence from classes or examinations for religious reasons does not relieve students from responsibility for any part of the course work required during the period of absence. It is the obligation of the student to provide faculty within the first two weeks of each semester their intent to observe the holiday so that alternative arrangements convenient to both students and faculty can be made at the earliest opportunity. Students who make such arrangements will not be required to attend classes or take examinations on the designated days, and faculty must provide reasonable opportunities for such students to make up missed work and examinations. Exceptions to the requirement of a make-up examination must be approved in advance by the dean of the school in which the course is offered.