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Undergraduate and Graduate Final Exam Schedule

This exam schedule applies to all undergraduate and graduate courses offered at all MU site locations (excluding the DO program and accelerated online nursing programs) which meet the full standard semester or the final five or eight weeks of the semester.

How to read the final exam schedule: You will find exam times listed in the left column with exam days listed across the top. The exam schedule is set up as a matrix - Look in the middle of the matrix to find the days and times when your class normally meets, then look at the row and column in which that course time is listed to find out when the final exam will take place.

  • All exams meet in the regular classroom, unless otherwise noted at the bottom of the matrix.
  • Combined exams are listed at the bottom of the matrix. Room assignments for combined exams may not be assigned immediately. All final exams will have room assignments by the end of the fourth week of the semester.
  • Specific courses listed in red on the exam schedule are courses that expand over two class times and have been assigned an exam time by the Registrar.
  • Courses with Saturday meeting days as well as online, lab, clinical, independent study/research classes are not assigned a final exam time. If a final exam time is needed, contact to the Registrar's Office a minimum of two weeks prior to final exam week.

If the schedule indicates that you have more than three exams on one day, please contact the Office of the Registrar a minimum of two weeks prior to the final exam week. Our office is located in room 104 of Marian Hall. We can assist you in resolving this issue.

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