Spring 2014 Important Dates (PDF)
2013-14 Academic Calendar (PDF)
Work Calendar (PDF)
Summer 2014 Important Dates (PDF)
2014-15 Academic Calendar (PDF)
APR7
MAY9
Northwood University Registration: Summer Session
APR14
MAY23
Enrollment Dates: First 6-Week Summer Session
APR14
MAY23
Enrollment Dates: 12-Week Summer Session
APR14
JUN20
Enrollment Dates: 8-Week Summer Session
APR14
JUL3
Enrollment Dates: Second 6-Week Summer Session
APR25
Last Day to Drop with a "W": 18-Week Session

APR25
Last Day to Drop with a "W": First 15-Week Session
First 15-Week Session and Open Entry/Open Exit
MAY9
Northwood University Graduation
Located in the Learning Center, Room 155 (LC 155)
MAY17-23
Final Exams

Final Exam Week

May 17 - May 23

MAY17
Cerritos College will be holding its 57th Annual Commencement Ceremony to honor our graduating students for degrees and certificates earned during the 2013-2014 academic year.
MAY20
Northwood University Classes Begin: Summer Session
MAY26
Memorial Day

Holiday

Campus is closed

MAY27-28
Instructor-Initiated Adds: First 6-Week Summer Session
MAY27
JUN3
Instructor-Initiated Adds: 12-Week Summer Session
MAY28
Last Day to Drop with a Refund: First 6-Week Summer Session
JUN2
Last Day to Drop without a "W": First 6-Week Summer Session
JUN2
JUL30
Northwood University Registration: Fall 2014
JUN3
Last Day to Drop with a Refund: 12-Week Summer Session
JUN5
Last Day to Elect P/NP Grading Option: First 6-Week Summer Session
JUN11
Last Day to Drop without a "W": 12-Week Summer Session
JUN16
Last Day to Elect P/NP Grading Option: 12-Week Summer Session
JUN23-25
Instructor-Initiated Adds: 8-Week Summer Session
JUN25
Last Day to Drop with a Refund: 8-Week Summer Session
JUN25
Last Day to Drop with a "W": First 6-Week Summer Session
JUN30
Last Day to Drop without a "W": 8-Week Summer Session
JUL4
Independence Day

Holiday

Campus is closed

JUL7-8
Instructor-Initiated Adds: Second 6-Week Summer Session
JUL8
Last Day to Drop with a Refund: Second 6-Week Summer Session
JUL8
Last Day to Elect P/NP Grading Option: 8-Week Summer Session
JUL13
Last Day to Drop without a "W": Second 6-Week Summer Session
JUL16
Last Day to Elect P/NP Grading Option: Second 6-Week Summer Session
JUL28
Last Day to Drop with a "W": 12-Week Summer Session
AUG5
Last Day to Drop with a "W": Second 6-Week Summer Session
AUG5
Last Day to Drop with a "W": 8-Week Summer Session
AUG25
Northwood University Classes Begin: Fall 2014

APR26
Financial Aid Workshop
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Financial Aid

Workshop will inform you of everything you need to know about federal and state programs. You will be guided step-by-step through the process, including completing the FAFSA form.

Location: Administration Office Contact: Financial Aid Office, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2397
APR29
Financial Aid

Workshop Topics Include:

  • Important tips for transfer students
  • FA grants and programs at 4-year universities
  • Financial Aid tips for transfer students
  • Scholarship and employment opportunities
Location: LC 155 Contact: Financial Aid Office, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2397
APR29
Mark Applebaum in Concert
3:00 pm-5:00 pm
Music Stanford University professor Mark Applebaum will present a program of his electronic and acoustic compositions, along with a performance of several jazz piano selections. Location: BC 51 Contact: Connie Mayfield, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2634
APR29
Scholars' Honors Program 17th Annual Transfer Ceremony
5:00 pm-7:00 pm
Academic Affairs The SHP's 17th Annual Transfer Ceremony celebrates the accomplishments of its transferring students. Location: Student Center Contact: Timothy Juntilla, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2828
APR30
Financial Aid

Workshop Topics Include:

  • Important tips for transfer students
  • FA grants and programs at 4-year universities
  • Financial Aid tips for transfer students
  • Scholarship and employment opportunities
Location: LC 155 Contact: Financial Aid Office, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2397
MAY1
JUN23
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050
MAY1
JUN23
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050
MAY1
Financial Aid

Workshop Topics Include:

  • What is financial aid? How does it work?
  • Overview of Financial Aid Grants
  • How to apply, submit, and complete your financial aid file
  • Important deadlines and procedures every financial aid student should know about!
Location: LC 155 Contact: Financial Aid Office, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2397
MAY2-11
The Boys from Syracuse
8:00 pm-10:30 pm
Theatre & Film

Twins! More twins! Women-chased and chaste! The first musical ever adapted from Shakespeare remains the most madcap musical farce ever to animate the stage. Antipholus and his wily servant, Dromio, travel to Ephesus in search of their respective twins, from whom they were separated in a shipwreck. Naturally, they are immediately taken for their brothers and we're off and running on a riotous chase from marketplace to marital bed. Perplexed wives, disgruntled courtesans, outraged constables and an audience roaring with laughter are left in its wake before this show's tangled web is unraveled, and Rodgers & Hart & Abbott have triumphed once again!

Performance dates: 5/2, 5/3, 5/8, 5/9, 5/10, 5/11

Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Renee Bloch, 2640
MAY6
Financial Aid

Workshop Topics Include:

  • What is Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)?
  • What are the standards of SAP?
  • How to stay in good standing with the Financial Aid Office
  • Is there a limit on the Pell Grant?
  • How to check your lifetime Eligibility Usage online
  • Success tips
Location: LC 155 Contact: Financial Aid Office, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2397
MAY7
Financial Aid

Workshop Topics Include:

  • What is Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)?
  • What are the standards of SAP?
  • How to stay in good standing with the Financial Aid Office
  • Is there a limit on the Pell Grant?
  • How to check your lifetime Eligibility Usage online
  • Success tips
Location: LC 155 Contact: Financial Aid Office, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2397
MAY13
Financial Aid

Workshop Topics Include:

  • What is financial aid? How does it work?
  • Overview of Financial Aid Grants
  • How to apply, submit, and complete your financial aid file
  • Important deadlines and procedures every financial aid student should know about!
Location: LC 155 Contact: Financial Aid Office, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2397
MAY16
Music This family oriented concert will feature The Cerritos College Choir Ensemble, Concert Band, and Orchestra in an evening of modern and classic favorites. The band and orchestra are conducted by Dr. David Betancourt and the Choir is conducted by Anna DeMichele. Tickets: www.cerritos.edu/music Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Micki England, 2629
MAY27
JUL21
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050
JUN23
JUL3
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050
JUL4-18
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050
JUL21
AUG1
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050
AUG4-15
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050
AUG18
OCT9
Community Education Location: Community Education Contact: Community Education, (562) 467-5050

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