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Spring 2015 Final Examination Schedule

Prep (Dead) Week

Please Note: No examination (unit or final) may be scheduled seven calendar days prior to the first scheduled day of semester examinations, except for specific types of courses. (University Handbook F70)

I. Group Examinations


Group Examination Matrix
Examination TimeExamination Date/Day
 May 11
Monday
May 12
Tuesday
May 13
Wednesday
May 14
Thursday
May 15
Friday
7:30 AM – 9:20 AMACCTG 241
ME 512
COMM 105
COMM 106
ACCTG 231
FSHS 350
GRMN 121
GRMN 122
GRMN 221
GRMN 223
STAT 325
ECON 110
ECON 120
FREN 111
FREN 112
FREN 113
FREN 211
FREN 313
BIOL 198
CIS 200
SPAN 161
SPAN 162
SPAN 261
SPAN 361
FSHS 110
PHYS 214
6:20 PM – 8:10 PMCHM 110
CHM 111
CHM 210
CHM 230
MANGT 366
FINAN 450
ME 212
PHYS 113
PHYS 114
MATH 100
MATH 205
MATH 220
MATH 221
PHYS 115
PHYS 213
 

Note: The following definitions apply to Sections II, III and IV below:

  • Regular session courses are those that meet for the entire 16-week term.
  • Non-standard session courses are those meeting during the term for a shorter or longer period of time than a regular session course.

II. Examinations for other regular session courses that begin BEFORE 5:00 PM


Examination Matrix
Examination TimeExamination Date/Day
 May 11
Monday
May 12
Tuesday
May 13
Wednesday
May 14
Thursday
May 15
Friday
9:40 AM – 11:30 AMT 1:35 – 2:30T 11:35 – 12:30T 10:35 – 11:30T 2:35 – 3:30T 9:35 – 10:30
11:50 AM – 1:40 PMW 9:35 – 10:30W 10:35 – 11:30W 12:35 – 1:30W 8:35 – 9:30W 7:35 – 8:30
2:00 PM – 3:50 PMT 8:35 – 9:30T 12:35 – 1:30T 3:35 – 4:30T 7:35 – 8:30T 6:00 – 7:30
4:10 PM – 6:00 PMW 3:35 – 4:30W 6:00 – 7:30W 2:35 – 3:30W 11:35 – 12:30W 1:35 – 2:30
  1. Use the W designation:
    1. For classes that have one of the following meeting patterns: MTWUF, MTWU, MTWF, MTUF, MWUF, TWUF, MTW, MWF, MWU, WUF, MT, MW, MU, MF, WU, WF, M, W, and F.
    2. Find the class meeting start time in the time ranges in the Examination Matrix.
    3. Example: A class that regularly meets MWF at 11:30 AM will be examined on Tuesday, May 12, 11:50 AM – 1:40 PM; used W 10:35 – 11:30 on the Examination Matrix.
    4. See the Policy for Standard Class Meeting Times.
    5. In case of a student term final examination conflict, see V., A. below.
    6. In case of a term final examination room conflict, see V., B., 2. below.
  2. Use the T designation:
    1. For classes that have one of the following meeting patterns: MTU, MTF, MUF, TWU, TWF, TUF, TW, TU, TF, UF, T, and U.
    2. Find the class meeting start time in the time ranges in the Examination Matrix.
    3. Example: A class that regularly meets TU at 8:05 AM will be examined on Thursday, May 14, 2:00 PM – 3:50 PM; used T 7:35 – 8:30 on the Examination Matrix.
    4. See the Policy for Standard Class Meeting Times.
    5. In case of a student term final examination conflict, see V., A. below.
    6. In case of a term final examination room conflict, see V., B., 2. below.
  3. Classes with non-standard start times:
    1. Classes with non-standard start times and designated with either a W or T or in the list for W or T (see II., A. & B. above) will have term final examinations as designated in II. matrix above.
    2. Example: A WUF class with a non-standard class start meeting time of 1:15 PM will be examined on Wednesday, May 13, 11:50 AM – 1:40 PM; used W 12:35 – 1:30 on the Examination Matrix.
    3. See the Policy for Standard Class Meeting Times.
    4. In case of a student term final examination conflict, see V., A. below.
    5. In case of a term final examination room conflict, see V., B., 2. below.
  4. Term final examinations for courses that begin before 5:00 PM and meet only once weekly will be scheduled according to the regular term final examination schedule.

III. Examinations for regular session courses that begin 5:00 PM OR LATER

  1. Classes that meet only one night per week (M or T or W or U or F) will be examined during the final examination week at 6:20 PM – 8:10 PM on the night the class would regularly meet.
  2. Classes with multiple meeting nights that include Wednesday (MTWUF, MTWU, MTWF, MTUF, MWUF, TWUF, MTW, MWF, MWU, WUF, MW, WU, WF) or MT, or MU, or MF will be examined on Wednesday during the final examination week at 6:20 PM – 8:10 PM.
  3. Classes with multiple meeting nights that include Tuesday (MTU, MTF, MUF, TWU, TWF, TUF, TW, TU, TF) or UF will be examined on Tuesday during the final examination week at 6:20 PM – 8:10 PM.

IV. Examinations for non-standard session courses

  1. Term Final examinations for all non-standard session courses must be given during the last class meeting of the course.

V. General Information

  1. Student Examination Conflicts
    1. Students scheduled to take a group examination at the time of the night final examination will take the night class examination at a time to be arranged during final examination week in consultation with the night class instructor.
    2. Students who have more than two examinations scheduled in a 24-clockhour period (a 24 hour period starting at any time) or who have conflicting examination times may petition for a final examination change in the following manner:
      1. Petition the instructor(s) of the highest numbered non-group examination course(s) to schedule an alternate time to take the final examination(s) during final examination period.
      2. If the necessary rescheduling cannot be resolved through the instructor(s) involved and both courses are in the same college, the academic dean will make the rescheduling decision.
      3. If the rescheduling cannot be resolved through the instructors and the courses are in different colleges, the University Provost will make the rescheduling decision.
    3. Students must notify the instructor(s) involved and have resolved final examination conflicts at least seven days prior to the beginning of finals week.
  2. Faculty Information
    1. No class shall meet after May 8, and all examinations shall be given as scheduled.
    2. Departmental schedulers should schedule general use classroom space for final examinations for night courses, group examinations, and courses with room conflicts by contacting Division of Facilities Room Scheduling and completing a “Request for Use of University Buildings and Grounds” form.
    3. Grades must be submitted and approved in KSIS by Tuesday, May 19, 5:00 PM.
    4. University Handbook – Final Examination Policy – http://www.k-state.edu/academicservices/fhbook/fhsecf.html
    5. Committee on Academic Policy and Procedure (CAPP) – Guidelines For Interpreting Term Final Examination Schedule – http://www.k-state.edu/capp/guidelines/finalsched.pdf