2014-2015 Academic Calendar for School of Pharmacy Erie

2014-2015 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

Erie Campus

1st (Class of 2017) and 2nd Year (Class of 2016) Students

 

Fall/Winter Semester

 

August 7 - 9, 2014

Orientation Class of 2017

August 11

First Day of Classes

September 1

Labor Day (no classes)

September 20

White Coat Ceremony

October 27 – 31

Mid-semester Break, P1 and P2

November 3 - November 7

Mid-semester Break, P3

November 27 – 28

Thanksgiving (no classes)

December 22 – January 2, 2015

Holiday Break (no classes)

January 5, 2015

Classes Resume

January 19

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday (no classes)

January 30

Semester Ends, P1 and P2

 

 

Spring/Summer Semester

 

February 9, 2015

Second Semester Begins, P1 and P2

February 16 - 20

Mid-semester Break, P3

April 27 – May 8

Mid-Semester Break, P1 and P2

May 15

Academic Year Ends, P3

May 18 – August 7

IPPE Block 1, P1

May 25

Memorial Day (No classes)

May 31

Commencement - Class of 2015

July 4

Independence Day Holiday (no classes)

July 24

Semester Ends, P2

August 7

Semester Ends, P1

 

3rd Year Students (Class of 2015)

 

Fall/Winter Semester

 

August 12 – September 20, 2014

First APPE Rotation

September 23 – November 1

Second APPE Rotation

November 4 – November 8

Break

November 11 – December 20

Third APPE Rotation/First Semester ends

December 23, 2013 - January 3, 2015

Break

 

 

Spring/Summer Semester

 

January 6 – February 14, 2015

Fourth APPE Rotation/ 2nd Semester Ends

February 17 – February 21

Break

February 24 – April 4

Fifth APPE Rotation

April 7 – May 16

Sixth APPE Rotation

May 27 – May 30, 2015

Commencement Activities/Board Review

May 31, 2015

Commencement – Class of 2015

 

 

*As students are expected to earn a total of 240 hours during each rotation block, any LECOM holiday time-off requested must be accounted for (no > total of 50 hrs/week) at the discretion of the preceptor/site.   This includes the New Years Day Holiday (Jan. 1) which is not accounted for above since many preceptors would be unable to start a rotation on a holiday.