IUPUC respects the right of all students to observe their religious holidays and will make reasonable accommodation, upon request, for such observances.
Religious Holidays Observed in 2013
- Passover—Monday evening, March 25 through Tuesday evening, April 2
- Good Friday—March 29
- Eid al-Fitr—Wednesday evening, August 7 through Thursday evening, August 8
- Rosh Hashanah—Wednesday evening, September 4 through Friday evening, September 6
- Yom Kippur—Friday evening, September 13 through Saturday evening, September 14
- Eid Al-Adha—Monday evening, October 14 through Tuesday evening, October 15
Religious Holidays Observed in 2014
- Passover—Monday evening, April 14 through Tuesday evening April 22
- Good Friday—Friday, April 18
- Eid al-Fitr—Wednesday, July 30
- Rosh Hashanah—Wednesday evening, September 24 through Friday evening, September 26
- Yom Kippur—Friday evening, October 3 through Saturday evening, Oct. 4
- Eid Al-Adha—Saturday evening, October 4 through Sunday evening, October 5
Classes on Religious Holidays
If you are unable to attend class or take an exam on a specific date because it is a religious holiday in your faith, contact your instructor as soon as possible.
According to university policies regarding religious holidays, you will be given reasonable accommodation and an opportunity to complete work that was missed.
You must request accommodation in writing by the end of the second week of the semester by completing a request for course accommodation due to religious observance form. No additional fees or charges of any kind will be issued nor should any adverse or prejudicial effects result from your request.
While campus policy requires instructors to make reasonable accommodations if you must miss an exam, assignment, or other academic exercise because of a required religious observance, it is not campus policy to require accommodations if you wish to travel over the course of an extended period of time to share a holiday with your family. It is, however, appropriate to grant accommodations for a few hours after the holiday if the observance includes fasting.