Student Calendar

Student Calendar
New Year's Day**January 3January 2January 1
Classes Resume After Winter BreakJanuary 4January 3January 7
Mardi Gras**February 16March 8thFebruary 21
Winter Quarter EndsMarch 12March 10March 16
Spring Break**March 14-20--------
Spring Quarter BeginsMarch 21March 12March 18
Memorial Day**May 30May 28May 27
Spring Quarter EndsJune 11June 2June 8
Summer Break**----June 4-10June 10-16
Summer Quarter BeginsJune 13June 11June 17
Independence Day**July 4July 4July 4-6
Summer Quarter Ends September 3September 1September 7
Labor Day**September 5September 3September 2
Fall Break**September 5-11September 3-9September 9-15
Fall Quarter BeginsSeptember 12September 10September 16
Thanksgiving** November 24-26November 22-24November 28-30
Fall Quarter EndsDecember 3December 1December 7
Pre-Winter Break**---December 3-9---
Winter Quarter BeginsDecember 5December 10December 9
Winter Break** December 19, 2011-January 1, 2012December 24, 2012-January 6, 2013December 23, 2013-January 5, 2014
*Tentative Dates **No classes

The school may at any time change or modify the Student Calendar to the extent the school determines necessary, in its discretion, by reason of any: (a) act of God, including, without limitation, any natural disaster or inclement weather; (b) fire; (c) riot; (d) local, state or national emergency; (e) business necessity; (f) war; (g) act of terrorism; (h) civil insurrection; (i) strike or other labor difficulty; (j) rule, order, regulation and/or law of any governmental entity; and/or (k) school-sponsored activity. The school will promptly notify the student body as soon as practical following any determination by the school to change or modify the Student Calendar. If the school exercises any of its rights to change or modify the Student Calendar, the student's Enrollment Agreement with the school will remain in full force and effect, and the student will not be relieved of any of his or her obligations thereunder.
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  • the occupations (by name and Standard Occupation Classification ("SOC") codes) that each program of study can help students prepare to enter, along with links to occupational profiles on O*NET (or its successor site) associated with the SOC codes;
  • the on-time graduation rate for students who have completed each program of study;
  • the costs associated with each program of study;
  • the placement rate for students who completed each program of study;
  • the median loan debt incurred by students who completed each program of study; and
  • any other information that the ED provided to the ITT Technical Institutes about any program of study.
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