Fall 2021 - In Person Final Exam Cancellation
If you had an in-person final exam (Dec 20, 21 or 22, 2021) canceled and you still wish to write the final exam, you can apply for a deferred final exam under the listing type of ‘Other’. From January 3 - 7, submit a deferred final exam request to email@example.com as the typical deferred final exam application is unavailable.
Illness or Medical Emergency
If you personally experience an illness or medical emergency that physically prevents you from attending a final exam, you can apply to write a deferred final exam.
In the event of a religious observance causing a direct conflict with a final exam that prevents you from attending a final exam, you can apply to write a deferred final exam.
In the event of a domestic affliction, compassionate or other circumstance (e.g. death or illness of a family member) that prevents you from attending a final exam, you can apply to write a deferred final exam.
Three Exams in 24 Hours
Students with three final exams scheduled to start and finish within a 24-hour period may defer one of their final exams to the deferred final examination period.
You must select the exam you wish to defer on your application. If your schedule does not meet the criteria, you will not be able to select this reason on your online application.
For example, if you have exams at 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on one day, and an exam on the next day at noon, you're eligible to apply under this criteria.
An exam schedule with the first exam at 8 a.m. and the second exam at 3:30 p.m. on one day, and then a third exam at 8 a.m. on the following day, does not qualify as three exams in 24 hours.
If your attendance is required elsewhere during a scheduled exam due to civil obligations or a faculty-approved activity (such as jury duty, academic competitions, or high-level athletic competitions), you can apply to write a deferred final exam.