Exams, Review Sessions, and Grading Information

Departmental Exams and Grading Information
Many large courses offer exams on Tuesday and Thursday mornings throughout the semester and are considered part of the official exam schedule. Official exams follow the guidelines of the Academic Code stating, “No student shall be required to take more than two final examinations in one day or more than three examinations in a 24-hour period. Any student with exam conflicts must submit an eForm at least one week before the exam period to allow for sufficient time to resolve the conflict." 


Faculty requests for changes to the official exam schedule must be vetted through the dean's office for consideration and approval. Exams outside of the official schedule are offered at the discretion of the department and/or faculty member. Requests for space in these situations are accepted online at http://scheduling.nd.edu.


Final Exams and Grading Information

Final Examinations are administered to undergraduates at the time and place stipulated in the official examination schedule. The Undergraduate Academic Code states, "No student shall be required to take more than two final examinations in one day or more than three examinations in a 24-hour period. Any student with exam conflicts must submit an eForm at least one week before the start of the final exam period to allow for sufficient time to resolve the conflict." Students should be prepared to stay throughout final exam week as make-up exams may be scheduled as late as Friday afternoon.


Final Examinations are administered to undergraduates at the time and place stipulated in the official examination schedule. If final papers or projects are due during finals week, the due date must fall on the same day as the scheduled final examination for that class. Any exceptions to these policies must be approved by the chair of the department offering the course and reviewed by the dean (or the dean's designee) of the college in which the course is listed.

Final exams will be scheduled through the Office of the Registrar. Prior to the start of the term, faculty and departments will be notified via email of provisional exam information. This will include date and time of exams and information on courses marked as "not requiring a final exam." Approximately 30 days prior to the Final Exam week, official exam information, including location information, will be sent. If a larger venue is preferred for an exam, contact roomreq@nd.edu to make arrangements to move the final.


Review Sessions and Make-up Exams

Academic Code requires that review sessions take place prior to the start of Final Exam week. Requests for space for review sessions are accepted online at http://scheduling.nd.edu.

The official make-up exam time slot for final exams is Friday afternoon 4:15-6:15p.m. Requests for space for a make-up exam are accepted online at http://scheduling.nd.edu. Students should be prepared to stay throughout final exam week as make-up exams may be scheduled as late as Friday afternoon.

Departmental & Final Exam date, time, and room information can be found at: https://registrar.nd.edu/students/exams.php