During this week classes meet on their regular schedules, but no papers or tests may be assigned. Outside the classroom during Dead-Week and Exam Week, no campus or required attendance activities are scheduled nor may any organization hold a meeting or schedule a function of any sort. (11/18/66); CL; Dean's memo 1/24/80.
As of 8:00 a.m. on the first day of Preparation week no tests other than lab exams may be given. Class assignments made earlier in the semester may be due during Preparation Week. CA (2003-04), p. 50
No papers or other class work can be made due unless it was assigned on the syllabus in the first week of the term. Total class activity during prep week may not consume more than a class’s typical weekly allotment of time (02/20/2006)
As of 8:00 a.m. the 4th day of Preparation Week and continuing through exam week, no college-sponsored or affiliated groups may hold meetings or programs that involve students and/or require student attendance. The Honor Court or Conduct Review Committee acting on official business may meet at this time. On the Saturday of Preparation Week, from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight, there will be suspension of these requirements allowing students and their organizations opportunities for recreational activities. At midnight, Preparation Week requirements resume and continue through exam week. The Student Services Committee may consider petitions for exceptions to policies governing Preparation Week. Student Handbook (2002-03), p. 28
Petitions for exceptions to policies governing Preparation Week must be submitted to the President of the College. (Faculty Handbook).