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Courses of Study 2007–2008

Courses of Study 2007–2008



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of Study
Cornell University
Fall Semester 2007–08 2008–09
Online registration verification Monday, August 13 Monday, August 18Residence halls open Friday, August 17 Friday, August 22New undergraduate student registration Friday, August 17 Friday, August 22New student orientation begins Friday, August 17 Friday, August 22New graduate student registration Monday, August 20 Monday, August 25Course add/drop begins Wednesday, August 22 Wednesday, August 27Instruction begins Thursday, August 23 Thursday, August 28Fall break: instruction suspended Saturday, October 6 Saturday, October 11Instruction resumes Wednesday, October 10 Wednesday, October 15Homecoming Saturday, October 13 Saturday, September 27First-Year Family Weekend Friday–Sunday, October 26–28 Friday–Sunday, October 24–26Thanksgiving recess:instruction suspended, 1:10
. Wednesday, November 21 Wednesday, November 26Instruction resumes Monday, November 26 Monday, December 1Instruction ends Saturday, December 1 Saturday, December 6Study period Sunday–Wednesday, December 2–5 Sunday–Wednesday, December 7–10Final examination period* Wednesday, December 5–Friday, Wednesday, December 10–Friday,December 14 December 19Residence halls close Saturday, December 15 Saturday, December 20
Winter Session Period Begins
Wednesday, December 26 Friday, December 26Three-week classes begin Wednesday, January 2 Friday, January 2 Winter session period ends Saturday, January 19 Saturday, January 17
Spring Semester
Online registration verification Monday, January 4 Monday, January 12Residence halls open Monday, January 14 Monday, January 12Course add/drop begins Thursday, January 17 Thursday, January 15Instruction begins Monday, January 21 Monday, January 19Spring break: instruction suspended Saturday, March 15 Saturday, March 14Instruction resumes Monday, March 24 Monday, March 23Instruction ends Saturday, May 3 Saturday, May 2Study period Sunday–Wednesday, May 4–7 Sunday–Wednesday, May 3–6Final examination period* Wednesday, May 7–Friday, Wednesday, May 6–Friday,May 16 Friday, May 15Residence halls close (students who are graduatingmay stay through Commencement Day) Saturday, May 17 Saturday, May 16Senior Week Sunday–Saturday, May 18–24 Sunday–Saturday, May 17–23Commencement Sunday, May 25 Sunday, May 24
Summer Session
Three-week session. registration/classes begin Wednesday, May 28 Wednesday, May 27Eight-week sessionn. registration/classes begin Monday, June 9 Monday, June 8Six-week sessionn. registration/classes begin Monday, June 23 Monday, June 22
*Exams begin Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.The dates shown in this calendar are subject to change at any time by official action of Cornell University.In this calendar, the university has scheduled classes, laboratories, and examinations on religious holidays. It is the intent of the university that students who missthose activities because of religious observances be given adequate opportunity to make up the missed work.The Law School and College of Veterinary Medicine calendars differ in a number of ways from the university calendar. Please consult the catalogs of those colleges fordetails.The courses and curricula described in this catalog, and the teaching personnel listed herein, are subject to change at any time by official action of Cornell University.The rules and regulations stated in this catalog are for information only and in no way constitute a contract between the student and Cornell University. The university reserves the right to change any regulation or requirement at any time.This catalog was produced by the Office of Publications and Marketing at Cornell University.
Cornell University Calendar
Courses of Study
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The university will be moving from a three-digit to a four-digit course numbering system (e.g., HIST 404becomes HIST 4041). As part of this transition, this issue of 
Courses of Study 
shows both three- and four-digit (inparentheses) course numbers for course listings. For a complete explanation of the course numbering system,see page 12
Cornell University is accredited by the Middle States Commission onHigher Education. A copy of the most recent reaffirmation of Cornell’s accreditationcan be found at dpb.cornell.edu/accreditation.htm. Requests toreview additional documentation supporting Cornell’s accreditationshould be addressed to Paul Streeter, assistant vice president forplanning and budget, Cornell University, 441 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-2801, ps33@cornell.edu.Cornell University 
(USPS 132–860)
 Volume 99 of the series “Cornell University” consists of four catalogs,of which this is number three, dated August 1, 2007. Issued once in January, once in July, once in August, and once in November.Published by Cornell University, Publications and Marketing, EastHill Plaza, 353 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY 14850–2820. Periodicalspostage paid at Ithaca, New York.Postmaster: Send address changes to Cornell University, Office of theUniversity Registrar, B07 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853–2801.

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