Xavier plans to resume in-person instruction

2021-2022 academic calendar to include traditional breaks and an early start date Written By: Joseph Cotton Xavier updated next year’s academic calendar on Friday, announcing that it plans to have mostly in-person classes for the fall semester and scheduling traditional breaks into the year. “Xavier anticipates to be back to mostly normal operations this fall,” Father Michael Graham, president, said in a message to the Xavier community. “We are simply better in-person. We proved that we could hold classes and live on campus during this academic year. Our aspiration is to return to a normal collegiate experience as quickly as … Continue reading Xavier plans to resume in-person instruction

Study day removed from calendar

By: Andrew Redd ~Guest Writer~ Many students copying the academic calendar into their planners this semester were shocked to discover that study day, the Monday of finals week that has traditionally been a free day for students to prepare for exams, had been removed from the calendar. The decision to remove study day was made two years ago by the Calendar Committee, a university committee that deals with the calendar. The Calendar Committee consists of twelve faculty/staff members and one student. Senior Director for the Division of Student Affairs and a sitting member of the Calendar Committee, Leah Busam- Klenowski … Continue reading Study day removed from calendar