The academic and administrative calendars for the University are established by the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs. The institutional calendars are referenced by the campuses' chancellors and conveyed to and employed by the academic and administrative leadership throughout the University. By fixing the calendar centrally, the transferability of students and faculty for guest attendance at other campuses can be accomplished without disruption. By addressing a centrally coordinated calendar, UCLA Extension's program necessarily harmonizes with UCLA's allocation and use of resource such as classroom space and parking services.

To inform UCLA Extension's planning process and to ensure its compatibility with campus services, the Extension Registrar will publish an internal academic and administrative calendar at least two years and as many as four years into the future that fully reconciles to the institutional calendar. The purpose of this policy is to declare this practice, and to provide further direction with respect to practices unique to the administration of UCLA Extension's calendar.

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