The Academic Advising Center, in the College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Colorado-Boulder, is an organization of advisors, faculty, staff, and administrators committed to enhancing the educational experience of undergraduate students. AAC members work collaboratively with students at all levels and from diverse backgrounds to identify, develop, implement, and attain meaningful educational and personal goals.
Academic Advising Center activities:
- Assisting students in acquiring accurate information to enable them to formulate and complete their academic goals;
- Referring students to the myriad of services, support systems, and informational resources available;
- Teaching students that discovering knowledge, personal responsibility, independence, and mutual respect are essential elements of a liberal arts education.
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Academic Dates & Deadlines
Arts & Sciences students only. Double degree students should follow the dates & deadlines of their primary college.
Please refer to the Registrar’s Website for a complete list.
August 25 (Sun.) Open enrollment begins for all students
September 2 (Mon.) Labor Day holiday. No classes.
September 4 (Wed.) Add Deadline (11:59 p.m.): Deadline to add a course, including independent study and thesis, without the instructor’s approval. After this date, the instructor’s approval is required. Contact the instructor or the instructor’s department. Course adds can be processed by the instructor’s department (or by the Registrar’s office with a completed special action form.)
September 11 (Wed.) Drop Deadline (11:59 p.m.): Deadline to drop a course without being assessed tuition and fees for that course and without a W grade appearing on the transcript. After this date students have until November 1 to drop a course without approval signatures via MyCUInfo. Note: Courses dropped after September 11 appear with a W grade on the transcript and no refunds for tuition or fees are given for course drops.
November 1 (Fri.) Deadline (11:59 p.m.) for students to drop a course without petitioning the Dean using MyCUInfo. Note: Courses dropped after September 11 will receive a W grade on the transcript and no refunds for tuition or fees are given for course drops.
November 25 – 29 Fall Break. No Classes
December 13 (Fri.) Last day of classes.
December 20 (Fri.) Fall 2013 commencement