LaGuardia's academic calendar consists of two enhanced 18-week semesters. Each semester is split into a 12-week session (Fall I and Spring I) and a 6-week session (Fall II and Spring II). Classes are longer and/or meet more frequently in Fall II and Spring II, since students have to complete Session I coursework in half the time. This structure provides students with the option of earning more credits per semester than a traditional academic calendar. It also allows greater flexibility and choice in designing a program of study.
Withdrawal Drop – A “WD” grade is assigned to students who drop a course after Financial Aid Certification Day in Session I until the last day to drop a course for 25% Tuition Refund. A “WD” grade indicates that student attended a class at least once before dropping it. A “WD” grade does not appear on the transcript and is not calculated into GPA.
Withdraw – Students may withdraw from classes after the last day to drop for 25% tuition refund through the last day to Withdraw; receive a “W” grade that is not calculated into GPA. Students who officially withdraw from a course are NOT eligible for a tuition refund.
Evening Classes begin at 4:35 PM. To learn if the College is closed due to severe weather register for CUNYAlert
Calendar Revised June 25, 2018