Final examination activities are held in all courses at the close of each term (semester or summer session). The Registrar’s Office sets and publishes a schedule of exam times for the fall and spring semesters, which faculty and students must adhere.
Graduating seniors with a “B” or better average in a particular course, with the approval of the instructor, may be released from the final examination in that course. This option would, of course, be open only in those courses where adequate testing has been accomplished to satisfy the teacher in his or her determination of the grade. This decision will normally be made after the last regular class meeting of the semester. This policy in no way precludes a senior with a “B” or better from taking the final exam, should he or she choose to do so.