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2016-2017 Event Calendar
University space is managed by an established hierarchy which supports and enhances academic instruction and the co-
curricular mission of university departments and organizations. Depending on the semester, University policies on space
use priorities differ, resulting in different scheduling processes. The calendar below provides information regarding
important dates which impact campus-wide event scheduling.
Supplemental Information:
Summer Event Scheduling Process
Academic and Major Event Holds
Using the “Instructional Space” Location Option
Using the “Event Space” Location Option
Summer 2016
Date
Day
Major Events & Deadlines
Related Information
May 9 -
Aug 19
M
Summer Event Scheduling Process
Event requests are placed in queue and processed
by incremental release
May 30
M
Memorial Day
No classes, University offices closed
Jun
20-21
23-24
27-28
30-1
M-T
Th-F
M-T
Th-F
Eagle Summit - New Student Orientation
Space limited; avoid planning large events
Jul 4
M
Independence Day
No classes, University offices closed
Jul
7-8
11-12
Th-F
M-T
Eagle Summit - New Student Orientation
Space limited; avoid planning large events
Jul 15
F
Preview Day
Space limited; avoid planning large events
Aug 5
F
Preview Day
Space limited; avoid planning large events
Fall 2016
Date
Day
Related Information
Aug 20-
May 14
Sa
Su
Aug
20-28
Sa-Su
Event requests are placed in queue for approval
and processing
Aug 22-
Dec 19
M
M
Event requests for instructional space are placed in
queue; Avoid planning events for instructional
space during 1st three weeks of semester
(especially between Mon-Fri, 8am-5:15pm)
Sep 5
M
No classes, University offices closed
Sep 12
M
(at 100% without "W")
Instructional Space Queue processed roughly 3-4
days after this
Oct
7
9-10
F
Su-M
Showcase AU
Admissions Overnight
Space limited; avoid planning large events
Oct 14
F
No classes, University offices open
Oct
21-23
F-Su
Event requests are placed in queue for approval
and processing
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