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ASA College’s Distance Learning Division announces it’s final exam schedule for the Fall 2015 semester.
All exams will take place from Monday, January 25th to Friday, January 29th. The full schedule is below.


Monday, January 25, 20169:00AM – 12:00PM151 Lawrence St., Rm BL-302
Monday, January 25, 20162:00PM – 6:00PM151 Lawrence St., Rm BL-302
Tuesday, January 26, 201611:00PM – 2:00PM151 Lawrence St., Rm BL-302
Friday, January 29, 20164:00PM – 8:00PM151 Lawrence St., Rm BL-204


Tuesday, January 26, 20165:00PM – 8:00PM1293 Broadway, Rm MH831
Wednesday, January 27, 201610:00AM – 1:00PM1293 Broadway, Rm MH518
Wednesday, January 27, 20164:00PM – 7:00PM1293 Broadway, Rm MH831
Thursday, January 28, 20169:00AM – 12:00PM1293 Broadway, Rm MH518
Thursday, January 28, 20163:00PM – 6:00PM1293 Broadway, Rm MH831
Friday, January 29, 201611:00AM – 2:00PM1293 Broadway, Rm MH831

Students need to bring their School ID and Pencil and or Pen to write with to take the final. No one will be allowed to take the final without a School ID. ALL EXAMS WILL BE HARDCOPY PRINTOUTS. The exam process will be closely monitored by the Proctors. Any suspicion of improper behavior or actual cheating will be severely dealt with.

  1. Bringing kids and/or friends to the examination room is STRICTLY prohibited. Failure to adhere to this directive will be one sufficient reason for the proctors to refuse to give the exam to a student.
  2. All exams will be closed book/notes.
  3. The exam will end at the above schedule which means that if you come in to take a 3 hour exam at 7pm on Friday you will still be allowed only 1 hour to complete since the proctor will only be there until 8pm.

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