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2013–14 School Year Calendar


August 19, Program Orientation, 1:15 pm

August 20, Classes Begin

August 21–24, Field Site Orientation (2nd and 3rd year students)


September 8, Welcome Back Party

September 26–27, SC School Psychology Association Conference, Columbia

September 29–October 1, NC School Psychology Association, Cary, NC


October 14–15, Winthrop Fall Break


November 27–30, Thanksgiving Holidays


December 2, Last Class Day (Field Supervisor Evaluations Due, 2nd & 3rd year students)

December 3, Study Day

December 4–10, Final Exams (Trainees and Interns continue until school are out)

December 6, Traineeship and Internship work due to Dropbox


January 6, Trainees and interns return to school districts or agencies

January 13, Classes Begin

January 20, Martin Luther King Day (no classes)

January 30, Applications for May degrees due (2nd & 3rd year students)


February 7, M.S. Comprehensive Exams, 8:30-1:15 (2nd year M.S. students)

February 18–21, National Association of School Psychologists Convention in Washington, DC


March 6–7, Interviews with Admissions Finalists

March 17–21, Winthrop Spring Break

March 25, S.S.P. Portfolios due to each faculty reviewer by 5 p.m. (3rd year students)

March 28, SCASP/Winthrop Spring Workshop (tentative)

March 31–April 7, S.S.P. Portfolio Reviews (3rd year students)


April 15, 2nd year students' mini-porfolios due to student reviewers

April 22, 2nd year students' mini-porfolio reviews 

April 28, Last class day

April 29, Study day

April 30–May 6, Final exams (interns and trainees continue in districts until May 6)


May 1, Field work portfolios and field supervisor evaluations due (2nd and 3rd year students)

May 6, Intern Logs Due (3rd year students)

May 7, Graduation Party

May 8, Graduate Commencement at 7 p.m.

May 19, Summer session A begins (1st year students)


June 19, Summer session ends for 1st year students