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1 2013 A and C Session Start Dates (AB Quarter Sequence*) 2013 B and D Session Start Dates (BA Quarter Sequence*) Quarter A&C Begins November 5, A Ends December 9, 2012 Session Break December 10, 2012January 6, B Begins January 7, B&C Ends February 10, 2013 Quarter Session Break December 10, 2012January 6, B&D Begins January 7, B Ends February 10, A Begins February 11, D & 1301A Ends March 17, 2013 Quarter A&C Begins February 11, A Ends March 17, 2013 Session Break March 1824, B Begins March 25, B&C Ends April 28, 2013 Quarter Session Break March 1824, B&D Begins March 25, B Ends April 28, A Begins April 29, D & 1302A Ends June 2, A&C Begins April 29, 2013 Session Break June 39, 2013 Quarter A Ends June 2, 2013 Session Break June 39, B Begins June 10, B&C Ends July 14, 2013 Quarter B&D Begins June 10, B Ends July 14, 2013 Quarter Break July 1521, A Begins July 22, 2013 Quarter Break July 1521, D & 1303A Ends August 25, 2013 Quarter A&C Begins July 22, A Ends August 25, B Begins August 26, B&C Ends September 29, 2013 Quarter Break September 30October 6, 2013 Quarter B&D Begins August 26, B Ends September 29, 2013 Quarter Break September 30October 6, A Begins October 7, D & 1304A Ends November 10, 2013 Quarter A&C Begins October 7, A Ends November 10, B Begins November 11, B&C Ends December 15, 2013 Winter Break December 16, 2013January 5, 2014 Quarter B&D Begins November 11, B Ends December 15, 2013 Winter Break December 16, 2013January 5, A Begins January 6, D & 1401A Ends February 9,
2 2014 A and C Session Start Dates (AB Quarter Sequence*) 2014 B and D Session Start Dates (BA Quarter Sequence*) Quarter A&C Begins January 6, A Ends February 9, B Begins February 10, B&C Ends March 16, 2014 Quarter Break March 1723, 2014 Quarter B&D Begins February 10, B Ends March 16, 2014 Quarter Break March 1723, A Begins March 24, D & 1402A Ends April 27, 2014 Quarter A&C Begins March 24, A Ends April 27, B Begins April 28, B&C Ends June 1, 2014 Quarter Break June 28, 2014 Quarter B&D Begins April 28, B Ends June 1, 2014 Quarter Break June 28, A Begins June 9, D & 1403A Ends July 13, 2014 Quarter A&C Begins June 9, A Ends July 13, 2014 Session Break July 1420, B Begins July 21, B&C Ends August 24, 2014 Quarter Session Break July 1420, B&D Begins July 21, B Ends August 24, A Begins August 25, D & 1404A Ends September 28, 2014 Quarter A&C Begins August 25, A Ends September 28, 2014 Session Break September 29October 5, B Begins October 6, B&C Ends November 9, 2014 Quarter Session Break September 29October 5, B&D Begins October 6, B Ends November 9, A Begins November 10, D & 1405A Ends December 14, 2014 Quarter A&C Begins November 10, A Ends December 14, 2014 Winter Break December 15, 2014January 4, B Begins January 5, B&C Ends February 8, 2015 Quarter Winter Break December 15, 2014January 4, B&D Begins January 5, B Ends February 8, A Begins February 9, D & 1501A Ends March 15,
3 2015 A and C Session Start Dates (AB Quarter Sequence*) 2015 B and D Session Start Dates (BA Quarter Sequence*) Quarter A&C Begins February 9, A Ends March 15, 2015 Session Break March 1622, B Begins March 23, B&C Ends April 26, 2015 Quarter Session Break March 1622, B&D Begins March 23, B Ends April 26, A Begins April 27, D & 1502A Ends May 31, A&C Begins April 27, 2015 Session Break June 17, 2015 Quarter A Ends May 31, 2015 Session Break June 17, B Begins June 8, B&C Ends July 12, 2015 Quarter B&D Begins June 8, B Ends July 12, 2015 Quarter Break July 1319, A Begins July 20, 2015 Quarter Break July 1319, D & 1503A Ends August 23, 2015 Quarter A&C Begins July 20, A Ends August 23, B Begins August 24, B&C Ends September 27, 2015 Quarter Break September 28  October 4, 2015 Quarter B&D Begins August 24, B Ends September 27, 2015 Quarter Break September 28October 4, A Begins October 5, D & 1504A Ends November 8, 2015 Quarter A&C Begins October 5, A Ends November 8, B Begins November 9, B Begins December 13, 2015 Winter Break December 14, 2015January 3, 2016 Quarter B&D Begins November 9, B Ends December 13, 2015 Winter Break December 14, 2015January 3, A Begins January 4, D & 1601A February 7,
4 2016 A and C Session Start Dates (AB Quarter Sequence*) 2016 B and D Session Start Dates (BA Quarter Sequence*) Quarter A&C Begins January 4, A Ends February 7, B Begins February 8, B&C Ends March 13, 2016 Quarter Break March 1420, 2016 Quarter B&D Begins February 8, B Ends March 13, 2016 Quarter Break March 1420, A Begins March 21, D & 1602A Ends April 24, 2016 Quarter A&C Begins March 21, A Ends April 24, B Begins April 25, B&C Ends May 29, 2016 Quarter Break May 30June 5, 2016 Quarter D & 1202A Ends April 25, B Ends May 29, 2016 Quarter Break May 30June 5, A Begins June 6, D & 1603A Ends July 10, 2016 Quarter A&C Begins June 6, A Ends July 10, 2016 Session Break July 1117, B Begins July 18, B&C Ends August 21, 2016 Quarter Session Break July 1117, B&D Begins July 18, B Ends August 21, A Begins August 22, D & 1604A Ends September 25, 2016 Quarter A&C Begins August 22, A Ends September 25, 2016 Session Break September 26October 2, B Begins October 3, B&C Ends November 6, 2016 Quarter Session Break September 26October 2, B&D Begins October 3, B Ends November 6, A Begins November 7, D & 1605A Ends December 11, 2016 Quarter A&C Begins November 7, A Ends December 11, 2016 Winter Break December 12, 2016January 1, B Begins January 2, B&C Ends February 5, 2017 Quarter Session Break December 12, January 1, B&D Begins January 2, B Ends February 5, A Begins February 6, D & 1701A Ends March 12,
5 2017 A and C Session Start Dates (AB Quarter Sequence*) 2017 B and D Session Start Dates (BA Quarter Sequence*) Quarter A&C Begins February 6, A Ends March 12, 2017 Session Break March 1319, B Begins March 20, B&C Ends April 23, 2017 Quarter Session Break March 1319, B&D Begins March 20, B Ends April 23, A Begins April 24, D & 1702A Ends May 28, A&C Begins April 24, 2017 Session Break May 29June 4, 2017 Quarter A Ends May 28, 2017 Session Break May 29June 4, B Begins June 5, B&C Ends July 9, 2017 Quarter B&D Begins June 5, B Ends July 9, 2017 Quarter Break July 1016, A Begins July 17, 2017 Quarter Break July 1016, D & 1703A Ends August 20, 2017 Quarter A&C Begins July 17, A Ends August 20, B Begins August 21, B&C Ends September 24, 2017 Quarter Break September 25October 1, 2017 Quarter B&D Begins August 21, B Ends September 24, 2017 Quarter Break September 25October 1, A Begins October 2, D & 1704A Ends November 5, 2017 Quarter A&C Begins October 2, A Ends November 5, B Begins November 6, B Begins December 10, 2017 Winter Break December 11, 2017January 7, 2018 Quarter B&D Begins November 6, B Ends December 10, 2017 Winter Break December 11January 7, A Begins January 8, D & 1801A Ends February 11,
6 2018 A and C Session Start Dates (AB Quarter Sequence*) 2018 B and D Session Start Dates (BA Quarter Sequence*) Quarter A&C Begins January 8, A Ends February 11, B Begins February 12, B&C Ends March 18, 2018 Quarter Break March 1925, 2018 Quarter B&D Begins February 12, B Ends March 18, 2018 Quarter Break March 1925, A Begins March 26, D & 1802A Ends April 29, 2018 Quarter A&C Begins March 26, A Ends April 29, B Begins April 30, B&C Ends June 3, 2018 Quarter Break June 410, 2018 Quarter D & 1202A Ends April 30, B Ends June 3, 2018 Quarter Break June 410, A Begins June 11, D & 1803A Ends July 15, 2018 Quarter A&C Begins June 11, A Ends July 15, 2018 Session Break July 1622, B Begins July 23, B&C Ends August 26, 2018 Quarter Session Break July 1622, B&D Begins July 23, B Ends August 26, A Begins August 27, D & 1804A Ends September 30, 2018 Quarter A&C Begins August 27, A Ends September 30, 2018 Session Break October 17, B Begins October 8, B&C Ends November 11, 2018 Quarter Session Break October 17, B&D Begins October 8, B Ends November 11, A Begins November 12, D & 1805A Ends December 16, 2018 Quarter A&C Begins November 12, A Ends December 16, 2018 Winter Break December 17, 2018January 6, B Begins January 7, B&C Ends February 10, 2019 Quarter Session Break December 17, January 6, B&D Begins January 7, B Ends February 10, A Begins February 11, D & 1901A Ends March 17,
7 2019 A and C Session Start Dates (AB Quarter Sequence*) 2019 B and D Session Start Dates (BA Quarter Sequence*) Quarter A&C Begins February 11, A Ends March 17, 2019 Session Break March 1824, B Begins March 25, B&C Ends April 28, 2019 Quarter Session Break March 1824, B&D Begins March 25, B Ends April 28, A Begins April 29, D & 1902A Ends June 2, A&C Begins April 29, 2019 Session Break June 39, 2019 Quarter A Ends June 2, 2019 Session Break June 39, B Begins June 10, B&C Ends July 14, 2019 Quarter B&D Begins June 10, B Ends July 14, 2019 Quarter Break July 1521, A Begins July 22, 2019 Quarter Break July 1521, D & 1903A Ends August 25, 2019 Quarter A&C Begins July 22, A Ends August 25, B Begins August 26, B&C Ends September 29, 2019 Quarter Break September 30October 6, 2019 Quarter B&D Begins August 26, B Ends September 29, 2019 Quarter Break September 30October 6, A Begins October 7, D & 1904A Ends November 10, 2019 Quarter A&C Begins October 7, A Ends November 10, B Begins November 11, B Begins December 15, 2019 Winter Break December 16, 2019January 5, 2020 Quarter B&D Begins November 11, B Ends December 15, 2019 Winter Break December 16January 5, A Begins January 6, D & 2001A February 9,
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