About the Academic Calendar

The annual academic calendar is prepared in accordance with the calendar issued by the Commission on Higher Education.  The framework of  the school calendar, including major activities of the State College, is approved by the Academic  Council  and  details thereof  shall  be prepared by the  Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and other offices concerned.
 
The Academic Year is divided into two semesters of at least 18 weeks or 54 semester hours, inclusive of class  days  and final examination periods.  A summer session  of six weeks,  which is equivalent to one semester,  follows the second semester.
 
All academic units of the State College (now the Caraga State University) operate  by  the semestral system.  Unless otherwise provided, the first semester  commences in June,  the second semester in November, and  the summer session in April.
 
In addition to the national and regional legal holidays,  the State College (now the Caraga State University) also observes its Charter Day every November 11th (now December 16th) and its Proclamation Anniversary every February 14th of  the year. Graduation  days are treated as special  holidays.
 
Make up classes are held in lieu of class hours lost due to fortuitous events,  such as typhoons and earthquakes.
 

Source: The Academic Calendar, Schedule and Size of Classes of Article 154 of Chapter 38, Sections 1-5 of the NORMISIST (now CSU) Code of 2007.  [see:  CSU Academic Calendar]

 

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