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Upcoming Academic and Important Deadlines Events


This listing includes upcoming events in the Academic and Important Deadlines category. To see all events, go to the Master Calendar.

Mar 30

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Thursday, March 30, 2017

All day event

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Mar 31

Cesar Chavez Day - Campus is Closed

Friday, March 31, 2017

All day event: Cesar Chavez Day - Cesar Chavez was an American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist, who, with Dolores Huerta, co-founded the National Farm Workers Association. Campus is ClosedThis calendar lists several religious holidays and cultural observances which may require scheduling consideration. Some are work-restricted and others are not work-restricted. This list is not all-encompassing. Faculty, staff, students, and administrators at Cal Poly Pomona may use this reference to aid in making reasonable accommodations in the scheduling of tests or examinations* and campus eventsPlease click here to read more about Religious Holidays & Cultural Observances.

Cesar Chavez Day - Campus is Closed

Mar 31

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Friday, March 31, 2017

All day event

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Apr 01

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Saturday, April 1, 2017

All day event

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Apr 01

English Placement & Entry Placement Exam (MDPT)

Saturday, April 1, 2017

All day event: Please go to http://www.cpp.edu/~testcenter/ for registration, fee, deadlines, study materials, and further test information.

English Placement & Entry Placement Exam (MDPT)

Apr 02

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Sunday, April 2, 2017

All day event

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Apr 03

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Monday, April 3, 2017

All day event

Spring 2017: Add/Drop Period

Apr 08

Graduation Writing Test (GWT)

Saturday, April 8, 2017

All day event: Please go to http://www.cpp.edu/~testcenter/ for registration, fee, deadlines, study materials, and further test information.

Graduation Writing Test (GWT)

Apr 11

Pesach/Passover (Jewish) - Campus is Open

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

All day event: Pesach/Passover (Jewish) - Begin previous sundown at 6pm, Pesach lasts for eight days. This time commemorates the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. It begins with a ritual meal 'Seder' when no leavened bread is consumed with special prayers and symbolic foods.Campus is OpenThis calendar lists several religious holidays and cultural observances which may require scheduling consideration. Some are work-restricted and others are not work-restricted. This list is not all-encompassing. Faculty, staff, students, and administrators at Cal Poly Pomona may use this reference to aid in making reasonable accommodations in the scheduling of tests or examinations* and campus eventsPlease click here to read more about Religious Holidays & Cultural Observances.

Pesach/Passover (Jewish) - Campus is Open

Apr 12

Pesach/Passover (Jewish) - Campus is Open

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

All day event: Pesach/Passover (Jewish) - Begin previous sundown at 6pm, Pesach lasts for eight days. This time commemorates the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. It begins with a ritual meal 'Seder' when no leavened bread is consumed with special prayers and symbolic foods.Campus is OpenThis calendar lists several religious holidays and cultural observances which may require scheduling consideration. Some are work-restricted and others are not work-restricted. This list is not all-encompassing. Faculty, staff, students, and administrators at Cal Poly Pomona may use this reference to aid in making reasonable accommodations in the scheduling of tests or examinations* and campus eventsPlease click here to read more about Religious Holidays & Cultural Observances.

Pesach/Passover (Jewish) - Campus is Open
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