Intensive English Program & University Track Program Dates

Session And Year Deadline to apply Report date Classes begin End Program
Spring I, 2018 December 8 (2017) January 8 January 16 March 9
Spring II, 2018 February 12 March 12 March 19 May 11
Summer 2018 (full session) May 4 June 4 June 11 August 3
Summer I, 2018 (4-week short session)* May 4 June 4 June 11 July 6
Summer II, 2018 (4-week short session)* June 2 July 2 July 9 August 3
Fall I, 2018 July 13 August 13 August 20 October 11
Fall II, 2018 September 8 October 8 October 15 December 7
Spring I, 2019 December 2 January 2 January 7 March 1
Spring II, 2019 February 11 March 4 March 11 May 3
Summer 2019 (full session) April 28 May 28 June 3 July 26
Summer I, 2019 (4-week short session)* April 28 May 28 June 3 June 28
Summer II, 2019 (4-week short session)* May 24 June 24 July 1 July 26
Fall I, 2019 July 19 August 19 August 26 October 17
Fall II, 2019 September 14 October 14 October 21 December 13

 

*IEP and Part-time courses only.   Students may not enroll in 4-week sessions in levels 8 or 9 in the University/Advanced Tracks.  Criteria for level advancement after a 4-week session may differ from a full 8-week session.


Application deadlines in the table above are at 5pm Arizona time.  All applications materials must be received by the application deadline.

CESL observes all university holidays. For campus calendars, please visit http://catalog.arizona.edu/acadcals.html

For discounts information, please visit www.cesl.arizona.edu/discounts

Late Arrivals

Students are expected to report and register at CESL on the I-20 report date. If you cannot arrive on the arrival date, please contact CESL admissions office for advice. We may have to reissue your I-20. There are substantial fees for late arrivals. For detailed information on late fees please visit http://www.cesl.arizona.edu/costs

There are session dates for other programs. The dates above are for the Intensive English Program (IEP). Please see each program's page for more information.

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