POLITICO is partnering with the American Council on Education to offer a comprehensive look at the academic calendar.
Each year, the group produces a calendar that covers the month of April, the month before the academic year begins, and the month after that.
The academic calendar, which takes into account the academic requirements of your degree, covers all classes that are required to complete the degree program.
(Read POLITICO’s guide to the academic calendars.)
In many cases, that means the academic term will not start until the academic week of April.
However, the academic month is also a time to reflect on your progress toward graduation, graduation rates, and other key academic metrics.
Here are some of the key dates for April 2019: April 1: Your application deadline.
April 4: The official start of your undergraduate degree program (for some programs, you will have to wait until the following April to be admitted).
April 10: The first day of your first academic term (typically Spring Quarter).
On April 12, your final academic term is due.
You can expect to have to do additional work on your degree for your degree to become effective.
If you have an early start for your graduate degree, you can start your coursework the day before the official start date.
On Friday, April 18, your first term is scheduled to begin.
The first day you are expected to receive your degree (typically June Quarter).