Academic Schedule for 1998-1999
(As Approved by Senate, December 3, 1997)
November 2 - 6, Monday - Friday Examination period for First Term
of Fourth Year Pharmacy.
November 2, Monday Last date for receipt of applications for
admission to the Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Education for second term
courses. (See Note 1 on final page of this section).
Last date for receipt of applications for mid-session (Second Term)
transfer to the Faculty of Human Ecology.
Last date for receipt by mail of applications for admission to University
I and the Continuing Education Division (General Studies) for second
term credit courses. (See Note 1 on final page of this section).
NOTE: Applications for admission to University I and the Continuing
Education Division (General Studies) with complete official documentation, are permitted
(in-person) until December 15, 1998.
Last date for the receipt of registration forms and fee payment by mail
from students outside of North America wishing to take Distance
Education courses commencing in January. For further details, please consult
the 1998-1999 Distance Education Program Guide.
Last date for distribution of Master's Theses/Practica (to
Examining Committee) from students expecting to graduate in February 1999.
Last date for receipt of application in the Faculty of Graduate Studies
for Canadian applicants applying for January 1999.
Medicine III (Link Period) ends.
November 9, Monday Orientation for experiential rotations - all
Fourth Year Pharmacy students.
November 11, Wednesday REMEMBRANCE DAY. University closed.
No classes or examinations.
November 12, Thursday Clinical Clerkship in Medicine begins.
November 16, Monday First Term experiential rotations begin in
Fourth Year Pharmacy.
Last date for receipt of applications in the Faculty of Graduate Studies
for International applicants applying for May and July 1999.
November 18, Wednesday Last date for Voluntary Withdrawal
without academic penalty from all first term half-courses. (Including
Diploma Program in Agriculture)
Last date for the receipt of applications for admission to Medicine for
the 1999-2000 Session.
* Students are reminded that they must remain available until
all examination and test obligations have been fulfilled.
Observance of Religious Holidays.
The University acknowledges the right of all students to observe
recognized Holy Days of their faith which fall within the above schedule and will, at
its discretion, upon request, make necessary arrangements to ensure
that studies are not jeopardized.
Instructors should be notified of a student's intended absence in
advance, and at least three weeks notice of absence from scheduled
examinations should normally be given where special arrangements are sought.
Schedule of Registration Activities
The applicable dates for the various registration activities in each Faculty
and School for the 1998-1999 Session is published in a Registration
Guide booklet which is issued to all returning and new students and sent on
request to others interested in this information.
For further information contact:
Student Records Office
Room 400 University Centre
The University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 2N2
Phone (204) 474-9428
NOTE: 1) STUDENTS PLANNING TO TAKE COURSES THROUGH THE
DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM SHOULD CONSULT THE ACADEMIC
SCHEDULES/IMPORTANT DATES CONTAINED IN THE DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM GUIDE.