May

May 1 - Recommendation from VPAA to each candidate
(College/School and Special Contributions Promotions)

May 1 - Candidate's Application to LPAC
(Librarian Range Adjustment Program)

May 2 - Announce request for FY'14 annual report submission
(FY'14 Annual Report)

May 2- 16 - Divisional meetings for discussions with unit directors regarding FY'14 annual reports
(FY'14 Annual Report)

May 2 - Applicant's appeal to the provost
(FSP--Application Approval Process--First Year Faculty Submissions)

May 2- University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee meeting

May 5 -President's decision on the University Distinguished Teacher

May 6 - Last Day of Classes (Sunday, May 4, for Friday evening and weekend classes)

May 6 - Tuesday designated as a Friday (for Friday day classes only; Tuesday day and evening classes do not meet)

May 7- Reading Day

May 7 - Graduate Council and Local 1904 AFT meetings

May 8 - LPAC written evaluation and recommendation forwarded to each candidate
(Librarian Range Adjustment Program)

May 14- University Senate meeting

May 8-14 - Spring '14 Semester Examination Period

May 8-19 - Spring '14 grades recorded on Web for Faculty and Advisors (all grades must be recorded by 9 am on May 19, 2014)

May 9 - VPAA forwards recommendations and all promotion files to the President
(College/School and Special Contributions Promotions)

May 12- Last day the University Research Committee sends SBR and SGPA recommendations to VPAA.
(Separately Budgeted Research and Summer Grant Proposal Development- Offered contingent on availability of budget funds)

May 12- Last day the University Research Committee sends Distinguished Scholar and Student Faculty Research recommendations to VPAA.
(Distinguished Scholar Program and Student Faculty Research)

May 14 - End of Semester

May 15 - Written appeal by the candidate to LPAC, if necessary; LPAC forwards each candidate's file to the Dean
(Librarian Range Adjustment Program)

May 15 - New course and course alteration submissions due in the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs (Provost/VPAA) by 4:30 p.m. for subsequent one-month circulation throughout the University academic community.
(Course Approval Effective Schedule )

May 15 - Residence Halls close 11 A.M. (Except the Village for those students remaining for summer housing) (Lunch is the last meal served)

May 16-29 - Individual meetings between vice presidents and unit directors to discuss FY'14 annual report progress
(FY'14 Annual Report)

May 16 - Action by president on department recommendations for department chairpersons

May 19-June 13 - President and Budget Office holds budget hearings with Vice Presidents and Deans

May 19 - Payment for Summer 2014 due in the Office of Student Accounts in College Hall Room 216

May 20 - Spring '14 grades available through WESS

May 22 - Dean's written evaluation and recommendation forwarded to each candidate
(Librarian Range Adjustment Program)

May 23 - Recommendation from the President to each candidate
(College/School and Special Contributions Promotions)

May 23 - Commencement (tentative)

May 23 - Submission of Spring '15 schedule to Office of the Registrar by deans and chairpersons

May 23 - Recommendations from president to Board of Trustees and notification to professional staff members (including statement on career development needs, if pertinent)
(Timetable for Unit Professional Staff Members on Multi-Year Contracts which Expire June 30, 2015)

May 24 - 25 - Shutdowns associated with Electric Systems affecting the following campus buildings: Calcia Hall, Partridge Hall, Field House, Recreation Center, Carparc Diem, Red Hawk Deck, Richardson Hall, Webster Hall, Stone Hall, Speech Building, Finley Hall, Schmitt Hall, Mallory Hall, Dickson Hall, Life Hall, Dumont, and Sprague Library

May 24- 31 - Shutdowns associated with steam piping systems affecting all of the campus buildings and dining services heat, steam and hot water excluding: Student Recreation Center, Sinatra Hall, Hawks Crossing, The Village Complex, and The Heights Complex

May 26 - Memorial Day Holiday, no classes

May 28- Recommendation from the President to the Board of Trustees
(College/School and Special Contributions Promotions)

May 30 - Final date for processing of MSU Online Requisition
(Finance and Treasurer)

May 30 - Written appeal by the candidate to the Dean, if necessary; Dean forwards each candidate's file to the Provost
(Librarian Range Adjustment Program)

May 31 - Five-Year External Review Committee reports due to Dean and Department Chair (with copy to Provost)

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