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February 15, 2016

Phlebotomy Information Sessions

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Building 24, Room 111
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Please come join us for the Phlebotomy information session on the Ankeny Campus, Building 24, Room 111.

A phlebotomist draws blood from patients for diagnostic medical tests. Most phlebotomists are employed in hospitals. The program runs approximately 13 weeks and is offered fall and spring term.

For more information about the program, please visit:
https://www.dmacc.edu/programs/phlebotomy/Pages/welcome.aspx

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 

DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

February 16, 2016

Medical Laboratory Technology Information Session

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Ankeny Campus, Building 24, Room 111
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Please come join us for the Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLTs) information session on the Ankeny Campus, Building 24, Room 111.
 
Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLTs) perform tests that help diagnose and treat diseases, detect medical mysteries like HIV/AIDS and recently helped track the trail of the recent Anthrax strain back to its source.
 
Trained MLTs look for clues in tests to determine the absence, presence, extent and cause of disease.
 
Med Lab Techs are in high demand.  Most graduates have employment waiting for them, some with sign-on bonuses.
 
For more information about the program, please visit:

Money Tree

Location: Perry/VanKirk Center - Computer Lab
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.

While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!
February 17, 2016

Grocery Bingo

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Building 2 - Room 25A (auditorium)
12:15 AM – 1:00 PM
Come win groceries at lunch, so you can eat dinner!!  Sponsored by:  Ankeny Student Activities Council (SAC)

Money Tree

Campus: West
Location: Ellipse
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!

February Food for Thought

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Building 24, Room 201-203
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
​The February Food For Thought will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Wed., Feb. 17th in Bldg. #24, Room 201-203.  Travis Lautner, manager of the DMACC Dallas County Farm, is coming to talk about the farm operation starting with a brief history as it is a century farm, DMACC's role with the farm over time, and transition into some of the neat things being done at the farm in particular as it relates to our students.
 
Please register at the website: https://www.dmacc.edu/campusrecreation/Pages/lunchandlearn.aspx and choose your sandwich from “IN THE BAG”- Ham, Roast Beef, Turkey and Veggie. Please bring your own Beverage.  Sandy will be collecting $3 at the door. Please register by noon on Tues., Feb. 16th. You will receive a confirmation of your registration via email if your registration is successful. Contact Campus Health with any questions.
https://www.dmacc.edu/campusrecreation/Pages/lunchandlearn.aspx

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 

DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

February 18, 2016

Money Tree

Campus: Newton
Location: Lobby, 1st Floor
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!
February 19, 2016

In-Service Day - College Closed

12:00 AM – 11:00 PM
All DMACC campuses will be closed for an in-service day.
February 22, 2016

Money Tree

Campus: Southridge
Location: Entry
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 

DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

February 23, 2016

Money Tree

Campus: Carroll
Location: Lobby
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!
February 24, 2016

Money Tree

Campus: Boone
Location: Courter Center
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!

Money Tree

Location: Ames/Hunziker Center - Lobby
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 

DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

February 25, 2016

DMACC Night at the Iowa Energy Game

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Wells Fargo Arena
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Enjoy an Iowa Energy Game at a discounted price of $7.00!!  Tickets can be purchased in the Student Activities Office - Building 1 - Room 30B.  Sponsored by:  Ankeny Student Activities Council (SAC) and the 50th Anniversary Committee

Money Tree

Campus: Urban
Location: Student Lounge
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!
February 26, 2016

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Boone
Location: Boone Campus
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Free income tax help will begin on Fri., Feb. 5th and continue through April 15th each Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the DMACC Boone Campus. DMACC has been offering this service since 2008 and this will be the ninth year of offering the free income tax help.  DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents.  Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income).  VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Boone Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue.  There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

Individuals may call 515-433-5029 to schedule an appointment. Parking is available on the north side of the building, and people may enter through the northeast doorway, There will be no free income tax help offered on Feb. 19th or March 18th.  

February 29, 2016

Money Tree

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Building 6
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
​Stop by the Money Tree for Financial Aid Help. Financial aid staff will be on hand to help you with your financial aid questions.
 
While you're there, sign up for a chance to win a DMACC Bookstore Gift Card at each campus!
 
Please visit http://bit.ly/1SOcB6j for more information!

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 

DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

March 2, 2016

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 

DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

DMACC Transfer Fair

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Building 1 Lobby
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Speak with admission representatives from Drake, Grand View, Iowa State, Simpson, University of Iowa, University of Northern Iowa and many other four-year colleges and receive answers to your transfer planning questions.
March 4, 2016

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Boone
Location: Boone Campus
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Free income tax help will begin on Fri., Feb. 5th and continue through April 15th each Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the DMACC Boone Campus. DMACC has been offering this service since 2008 and this will be the ninth year of offering the free income tax help.  DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents.  Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.
 
This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income).  VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.
 
All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Boone Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue.  There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.
 
Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.
 
Individuals may call 515-433-5029 to schedule an appointment. Parking is available on the north side of the building, and people may enter through the northeast doorway, There will be no free income tax help offered on Feb. 19th or March 18th.
March 7, 2016

Midterm

12:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Today is midterm.

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 
 
DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.
 
This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.
 
All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.
 
Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.
 
No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
March 9, 2016

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Urban
Location: Building 1, Room 234
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Free income tax help is being offered at the DMACC Urban Campus. The tax help is available from 6 to 8 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays through March 30th in Bldg. #1, Room 234 on the Urban Campus. 

DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents. Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income). VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Urban Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue. There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

No appointment is necessary. This is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

March 10, 2016

Phlebotomy Information Session

Campus: Ankeny
Location: Building 24, Room 111
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Please come join us for the Phlebotomy information session on the Ankeny Campus, Building 24, Room 111.
 
A phlebotomist draws blood from patients for diagnostic medical tests. Most phlebotomists are employed in hospitals. The program runs approximately 13 weeks and is offered fall and spring term.
 
For more information about the program, please visit:
https://www.dmacc.edu/programs/phlebotomy/Pages/welcome.aspx
March 11, 2016

Free Income Tax Help

Campus: Boone
Location: Boone Campus
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Free income tax help will begin on Fri., Feb. 5th and continue through April 15th each Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the DMACC Boone Campus. DMACC has been offering this service since 2008 and this will be the ninth year of offering the free income tax help.  DMACC accounting students, who have been certified by the Internal Revenue Service, will help prepare federal and Iowa individual income tax returns for qualified residents.  Each year accounting students process and file approximately 150 federal and state income tax returns.

This service, called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, offers free tax assistance to those with low-to-moderate incomes (less than $54,000 in annual personal income).  VITA is particularly interested in identifying those taxpayers who are eligible for earned income tax credits (EITC), which is a refundable tax credit to those who are low wage earners.

All tax returns will be prepared on-site at the DMACC Boone Campus by trained and certified DMACC student volunteers using software provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  Each return will be reviewed by the site coordinator and, after approval and signature of the taxpayer, will be filed electronically with the IRS and the Iowa Department of Revenue.  There is no cost to eligible taxpayers for this service.

Persons interested in receiving this service should bring their W-2 forms, interest statements from banks (1099 forms), copies of last year’s (2014) federal and Iowa tax returns, Forms 1095-A, B or C (Affordable Health Care Statements) and social security cards for all family members and picture IDs for the primary taxpayers. Any other pertinent information regarding personal income and expenses for tax year 2015 should be included.

Individuals may call 515-433-5029 to schedule an appointment. Parking is available on the north side of the building, and people may enter through the northeast doorway, There will be no free income tax help offered on Feb. 19th or March 18th.

March 14, 2016

Spring Break

12:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Spring Break is March 14-19, 2016. Students have the week off, but campuses will be open.