Summer 2016

Semester Schedule

2016 Summer Semester (8 Week Block)

Mar 21 Summer Registration open to Seniors (90+ credits)
Mar 22 Summer Registration open to Juniors (60+ credits)
Mar 23 Summer Registration open to Sophomores (30+ credits)
Mar 24 Summer Registration open to all students
May 2 Associate’s degree Graduation Application Deadline – Summer 2016
May 30 Memorial Day
May 31 Classwork Starts
May 31 Tuition & Fees Due
May 31 Last Day for Waitlist
Jun 1 Last Day to Add Without Signature
Jun 7 $25 Late Registration/Payment Fee
Jun 9 Pell Grant Census
Jun 9 Last Day for Refund
Jun 9 Last Day to drop without receiving a “W” grade
Jun 13 Last Day to Add/Audit
Jun 13 Courses dropped for non-payment
Jun 27 Last Day to Drop Individual Class
Jul 4 Independence Day
Jul 8 Last Day for Complete Withdrawal
Jul 22 Classwork Ends
Jul 22 Final Exams

2016 Summer Semester (1st 5 Week Block)

Mar 21 Summer Registration open to Seniors (90+ credits)
Mar 22 Summer Registration open to Juniors (60+ credits)
Mar 23 Summer Registration open to Sophomores (30+ credits)
Mar 24 Summer Registration open to all students
May 2 Associate’s degree Graduation Application Deadline – Summer 2016
May 16 Classwork Starts
May 16 Tuition & Fees Due
May 16 Last Day for Waitlist
May 17 Last Day to Add Without Signature
May 19 $25 Late Registration/Payment Fee
May 20 Pell Grant Census
May 20 Last Day for Refund
May 20 Last Day to drop without receiving a “W” grade
May 23 Last Day to Add/Audit
May 23 Courses dropped for non-payment
May 30 Memorial Day
Jun 3 Last Day to Drop Individual Class
Jun 10 Last Day for Complete Withdrawal
Jun 17 Classwork Ends
Jun 17 Final Exams

2016 Summer Semester (14 Week Block)

Mar 21 Summer Registration open to Seniors (90+ credits)
Mar 22 Summer Registration open to Juniors (60+ credits)
Mar 23 Summer Registration open to Sophomores (30+ credits)
Mar 24 Summer Registration open to all students
May 2 Associate’s degree Graduation Deadline – Summer 2015
May 9 Classwork Starts
May 11 Last Day for Waitlist
May 12 Last Day to Add Without Signature
May 20 $25 Late Registration/Payment Fee
May 26 Pell Grant Census
May 26 Last Day for Refund
May 26 Last Day to drop without receiving a “W” grade
May 30 Memorial Day
Jun 1 Courses dropped for non-payment
Jun 2 Last Day to Add/Audit
Jun 23 Last Day to Drop Individual Class
Jul 4 Independence Day
Jul 21 Last Day for Complete Withdrawal
Jul 24 Pioneer Day
Aug 12 Classwork Ends
Aug 12 Final Exams

2016 Summer Semester (2nd 5 Week Block)

Mar 21 Summer Registration open to Seniors (90+ credits)
Mar 22 Summer Registration open to Juniors (60+ credits)
Mar 23 Summer Registration open to Sophomores (30+ credits)
Mar 24 Summer Registration open to all students
May 2 Associate’s degree Graduation Deadline – Summer 2015
Jun 20 Classwork Starts
Jun 20 Tuition & Fees Due
Jun 20 Last Day for Waitlist
Jun 21 Last Day to Add Without Signature
Jun 23 $25 Late Registration/Payment Fee
Jun 24 Pell Grant Census
Jun 24 Last Day for Refund
Jun 24 Last Day to drop without receiving a “W” grade
Jun 27 Last Day to Add/Audit
Jun 27 Courses dropped for non-payment
Jul 4 Independence Day
Jul 8 Last Day to Drop Individual Class
Jul 15 Last Day for Complete Withdrawal
Jul 22 Classwork Ends
Jul 22 Final Exams
Jul 24 Pioneer Day

Final Exam Schedule

Summer 2016

Final exams will be held the last day of class.

Available Resources

As a student at Dixie State University, you have access to several helpful resources:

  • Library

  • Computer Lab (located at the Smith Computer Center and the Library)

  • Disability Resource Center – Provides services and accommodations to students with disabilities.

  • IT Student Help Desk – We provide support for the following: Canvas, Dmail, wireless, software resources for students, and student laptop lease program.

  • Online Writing Lab – Many writing classes utilize this site. Among other things, students can use the Online Writing Lab to submit papers electronically to the Writing Center.

  • Student Success Center (www.dixie.edu/studentsuccess) – The Student Success Center (SSC) at Dixie State University is a collaboration of various student-centered programs and resources geared towards helping our students achieve their educational and personal goals.

  • Testing Center – The Testing Center at DSU is comprised of 3 separate testing operations: a Classroom Testing Center, a Prometric Center, and an additional Professional Testing Center.

  • Tutoring Center – Free and open to all students. Improve your study skills and clarify concepts and class material.

  • Writing Center – “Our mission is to help you become a better writer by approaching your assignments as a process of invention, writing, and revision.”

Policies and Statements

  • Academic dishonesty / Academic integrity policy, see section 4C.

  • Disruptive behavior policy, see section 2, Student Behavior and section 5, Student Professional Conduct.

  • Absences related to college functions, see university Student Services policy 23.5

  • Disability/Accessibility Resources

    If you are a student with a medical, psychological, or learning disability or think you might have a disability and would like accommodations, contact the Disability Resource Center (652-7516) in the North Plaza. The Disability Resource Center (http://dixie.edu/drcenter/) will determine eligibility of the student requesting accommodations and determine the appropriate accommodations related to the disability.

  • Dmail:

    You are required to frequently check your Dmail account. Important class and university information will be sent to your Dmail account, including DSU bills, financial aid/scholarship notices, notices of cancelled classes, reminders of important dates and deadlines, and other information critical to your success at DSU and in your courses. To access your Dmail account, visit go.dixie.edu/dmail. If you do not know your Dmail username or you have forgotten your PIN, visitgo.dixie.edu/mydixie and follow the respective instructions.

  • Title IX Statement:

    DSU seeks to provide an environment that is free of bias, discrimination, and harassment. If you have been the victim of sexual harassment/misconduct/assault we encourage you to report this to the college’s Title IX Director, Cindy Cole, (435) 652-7731, cindy.cole@dixie.edu. If you report to a faculty member, she or he must notify the Title IX Director about the basic facts of the incident.

Required Syllabus Information for Faculty Members

For interested faculty members, we have included a list of all information needed for a course syllabus here