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For questions regarding Undergraduate Programs call 215-437-2219.
For questions regarding Graduate Programs call 267-341-3327.
Academic Calendar – The regular academic year is composed of two semesters, 15 weeks each. The Fall semester, including final examinations, ends before the winter holidays. The Spring semester usually ends during the second week of May. In addition three Summer sessions are available to Holy Family students, to all other qualified applicants seeking to accelerate or supplement their programs in other colleges and universities, and to professional men and women seeking refresher or enrichment courses.
Course Schedule – Prior to registration semester and Summer session course offerings are made available online via WebAdvisor. WebAdvisor provides up-to-date and reliable course offering information. WebAdvisor is accessed from the University homepage, www.holyfamily.edu.
Cancellation of Courses – The University reserves the right to change or cancel, without notice or obligation, any course offering and/or location because of insufficient enrollment or for any other reason. Cancellation can occur up to and including the first week of class.
Course Number System – The curriculum is organized into lower-division and upper-division courses. Lower-division courses are generally numbered 101-299. Upper-division courses, numbered 301-499, are generally devoted to programs of concentration. Courses which require prerequisites or corequisites are clearly indicated in the class schedule. Pertinent prerequisites and corequisites are described in the catalog description of program courses.
Individualized Courses of Study – Undergraduate Research projects may be planned and executed as independent studies after prior approval by the School Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Students should consult with their advisors regarding this option.