Academic Calendar

Fall 2015
August 7, 14, 20 New Student Jump Start Days
August 17 – 21 Faculty Development Days
August 21 Open House
August 24 Classes Begin
August 28 Last Day to Add
September 4 Last Day to Drop
September 7 No Classes/WDT Closed – Labor Day
September 18 4 Week Grades Due by 3:00 p.m.
October 12 No Classes/WDT Closed – Native American Day
October 16 Midterm Grades Due by 3:00 p.m.
October 22 Career Expo
October 23 Midterm Advising Day
November 11 No Classes/WDT Closed – Veterans Day
November 18 Last Day to Drop with a “W”
November 26-27 No Classes/WDT Closed – Thanksgiving Break
December 18 End of Semester – Final Grades Due by 3:00 p.m.
December 21-January 8 Semester Break
December 24-25 WDT Closed
December 31 WDT Closed
Spring 2016
January 1 WDT Closed
January 4-8 Faculty Development Days
January 7 New Student Jump Start
January 8 Open House
January 11 Classes Begin
January 15 Last Day to Add
January 18 No Classes/WDT Closed – Martin Luther King Day
January 25 Last Day to Drop
February 5 4 Week Grades Due by 3:00 p.m.
February 10 WDT Career Fair
February 15 No Classes/WDT Closed – Presidents Day
March 4 Midterm Grades Due by 3:00 p.m.
March 7-11 No Classes – Spring Break
March 18 Midterm Advising Day
March 25 No Classes/WDT Closed – Easter Break
March 25-29 No Classes – Easter Break
March 29 Faculty Development Day
April 15 Last day to drop with a “W”
May 12 Final Grades for Graduates Due at Noon
May 13 End of Semester
May 14 Commencement
May 16 Grades for Non-Graduates Due at Noon
May 16-18 Faculty Development Days
Summer 2016
May 25 Open House
May 30 WDT Closed – Memorial Day
May 31 Classes Begin (Session #1 & Session #2)
June 1 Last Day to Add (Session #1 & Session #2)
June 6 Last Day to Drop (Session #1 & Session #2)
July 4 No Classes/WDT Closed – 4th of July
July 12 Session #1: Last Day to Drop with a “W”
July 26 Session #1 Ends
July 26 Session #2: Last Day to Drop with a “W”
August 12 Session #2 Ends

PLEASE NOTE: The academic calendar is subject to modification or interruption due to occurrences such as fire, flood, labor disputes, illness, accident, or death of an instructor, interruption of utility services, acts of God, civil disorder and war. In event of such occurrences, WDT will attempt to accommodate its students. It does not, however, guarantee that courses of instruction, extra curricular activities or other WDT programs or events will be completed or rescheduled. Should such a condition occur, refunds will be made to eligible students as determined by the President in accordance with WDT policy.

*Clinicals, practicums and internships may include, but are not limited to, differential shifts (evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays) to meet industry expectations.