Current Students

Current Students

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You have made a great decision, now make the most of your college experience.

As a student of FM, you are becoming familiar with all the services and opportunities that are available to you. We hope that you are getting involved and engaged on campus. Have you joined a club yet?  Have you attended at Student Government Association meeting? If you are thinking you would like to get involved, but have not yet made the move, visit the Student Activities Office in the College Union.

Being a member of a campus community carries responsibility.  You are one of about 2,800 students at FM.  As a college, we have made a commitment to embracing civility.  Our civility statement reads:

“FM is committed to fostering an environment of civility. All members of the FM community and visitors have the right to experience and the responsibility to create and maintain an environment of mutual respect and support that is civil in all aspects of human relations. Civility facilitates professional growth and achievement and promotes an environment where each person can reach his or her full potential.”

A college campus is a place designed for the learning community to challenge ideas, embrace change, and learn about the greater world.  Please keep in mind that this is a challenging environment and the views of others matter.  Treat fellow students, faculty, and staff with the same respect that you would like to receive.

On June 20th, we launched a new student information system, which will enhance your overall experience at FM.  One feature, coming soon, is My FM, a student portal that will allow you to access grades, look at billing information, and contains many other features that have not been available to our students in the past.  Stay tuned!

If you find that you are struggling in an academic area, rest assured that FM is committed to helping students be successful.  There are many opportunities for peer or professional tutoring available in the Learning Commons of the Evans Library.  Take an opportunity to visit the Evans Library and ask about our tutoring services.  We want you to be successful here.

Important Dates:

Nov 4Chinese Acrobats 

Nov 5Planned Parenthood- Insurance Information 

Nov 7Deaf Chat 

Nov 11College Closed – Veteran’s Day 

Nov 12Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawal 

Nov 12Planned Parenthood- Insurance Information 

Nov 14Robert Channing- Imagination Art 

Nov 15Movie Event- No Ordinary Hero 

Nov 1890′s Night 

Nov 18Planned Parenthood Table 

Nov 18Leadership/Student Luncheon 

Nov 19Planned Parenthood- Insurance Information 

Nov 25Blood Drive 

Nov 27College Closed – Thanksgiving Weekend 

Dec 1Deadline to Apply for Graduation 

Dec 3Planned Parenthood Table 

Dec 3Planned Parenthood-Insurance Information 

Dec 5Deaf Chat 

Dec 5Special Make-up Session 

Dec 10Planned Parenthood- Insurance Information 

Dec 12Last Day of Fall Semester Classes 

Dec 15Final Exams 

Dec 16Final Exams 

Dec 17Snow Day Finals 

Dec 19Final Grades are Due 

Dec 24College Closed – Holiday Break 

Jan 2First Day of Winter Session Classes 

Jan 5Late Payment Period – Subject to $25.00 Late Fee 

Jan 16Last Day of Winter Session Classes 

Jan 19College Closed in Observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day 

Jan 20Final Grades Due for Winter Session 

Jan 21First Day of Classes for Spring Semester 

Jan 21Late Registration Period – Subject to $25.00 late fee 

Jan 21Late Payment Period – Subject to $25.00 Late Fee 

Jan 27Last Day for Student-Initiated Schedule Changes 

Feb 4Late Payment Period – Subject to $50.00 Late Fee 

Feb 6Deaf Chat 

Feb 16College Closed for President’s Day 

Feb 24Leadership/Student Luncheon 

Mar 2Registration Begins for Summer 2015 Sessions 

Mar 6Deaf Chat 

Mar 10Leadership/Student Luncheon 

Mar 11Mid-Term Grades Due 

Mar 20Founder’s Day – No Day or Evening Classes 

Mar 21Spring Recess – No Classes 

Mar 30Registration Begins for Fall 2015 Semester 

Apr 3Deaf Chat 

Apr 3College Closed for Good Friday 

Apr 8Individual Course Withdrawal Deadline 

Apr 14Leadership/Student Luncheon 

May 1Deaf Chat 

May 2Special Friday Make-Up Session (for evening classes only) 

May 6Last Day of Classes for Spring Semester 

May 7Final Exams 

May 11Final Grades Due 

May 14Phi Theta Kappa Awards Ceremony 

May 15Commencement 

May 18First Day of Classes: SU Day Session I, 8 Wk and 10 Wk Evening Sessions 

May 19Late Payment (subject to $25.00 fee): SU Day Session I, 8 Wk and 10 Wk Evening Sessions 

May 25College Closed for Memorial Day 

May 30Healthy Living Expo 

Jun 9Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawal from Day Session I 

Jun 19Last Day of Classes for Day Session I 

Jun 19Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawal for 8-week Evening Session 

Jun 21Final Grades Due for Day Session I 

Jun 22First Day of Classes: Summer Day Session II 

Jun 23Late Payment Period (subject to $25 fee) for Day Session II 

Jul 3College Closed – Independence Day 

Jul 6Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawal for 10-week Evening Session 

Jul 10Last Day of Classes for 8-week Evening Session 

Jul 12Final Grades Due 8-week Evening Session 

Jul 14Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawals for Day Session II 

Jul 17Special Friday Make-up Day for Day Session II 

Jul 24Last day of classess for Day Session II 

Jul 24Last Day of Classes for 10-week Evening Session 

Jul 26Final Grades Due for Day Session II and 10 Week Evening Session