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Evening & Weekend Classes

Many academic departments offer evening and weekend classes. Click here to access the Office of Continuing and Distance Education for additional information on evening and weekend programs. Students can also get advising and other services with the academic department. Adult students may also contact Center for Adult and Veteran Services for advising and other resources at 330-672-7933, Room 181 Schwartz Center.

 Evening Classes

  • Follow the regular academic calendar.
  • Access the Registrar Important Dates and Events by Term to determine when classes begin. 
  • Friday night classes are considered part of the weekend schedule.
  • Go to the Final Exam Schedule for the appropriate term to locate the day and time of the exam.
  • Drop/add for evening classes follows regular university drop/add schedule.  Access the Detailed Class Search from the Schedule of Classes.   After locating the course, click on the "Registration Deadlines" link to determine course specific dates.  Information may also be found by clicking the CRN link(s) on your Student Printable Schedule, accessible from your Student Tools page in FlashLine.

 

Weekend Classes

  • Usually meet 12 of the 15 weeks of the semester (to be determined by the instructor), plus finals weekend, according to the following schedule: Friday 6–9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.–noon, 1–4 p.m.; Sunday 1–4 p.m.  Four or Five hour credit classes and courses that require more than 3 contact hours will cause variation in these time frames. Check with your instructor during your first class meeting.
  • For registration and schedule adjustments, access the Detailed Class Search from the Schedule of Classes.   After locating the course, click on the "Registration Deadlines" link to determine course specific dates.  Information may also be found by clicking the CRN link(s) on your Student Printable Schedule, accessible from your Student Tools page in FlashLine.