Schedule for Current Year

ASCSA General Academic Calendar 

2022-2023 ASCSA Academic Year Calendar


Sept. 9-10 (Friday-Saturday): Loring Hall Residents Arrive
Sept. 12-16 (Monday-Friday): Orientation week

Sept. 17 (Saturday) – 28 (Wednesday): Trip I (North and Northeastern Greece; Wescoat)

October 6 (Thursday) – 17 (Monday): Trip II (Western Greece; Burke)

October 20: Exhibit Opening: ‘The Epic of Anatolia in the Greek Imagination: The Asia Minor Disaster in Literature Between the Wars’. Speaker – David Ricks, Kings College

October 23 (Sunday) – November 2 (Wednesday): Trip III (Crete; Vogeikoff Brogan/Brogan)

October 28 (Friday): Όχι Day (holiday)

November 10: Potamianos Lecture, Emily Wilson

November 11 (Friday) – 21 (Moonday): Trip IV (Central Greece; Burke)

November 24–25 (Thursday to Friday): Thanksgiving holiday

November 28 (Monday): Winter Term: Athens & Attica, Whitehead seminars begin.

December 811 (Thursday to Saturday): Athens and Attica in the Early Iron Age and the Archaic Period Conference

December 15: Annual Archives Lecture: Christina Luke (Koç University) – history of Smyrna

December 17 (Saturday): start of winter break – Regular Members should not leave before this date



January 5-8: SCS/AIA Annual Meeting

January 10 (Tuesday): Regulars should return on or before this date

January 11 (Wednesday): Winter Term resumes

February 9–11 (Thursday to Saturday) Getty Connecting Art Histories Conference

February 13-25: Trip V (Corinthia and Argolid; Pfaff)

February 27: Clean Monday (holiday)
March 25: Greek Independence Day (holiday)

April/May/June: Excavation sessions at Corinth

April 14 (Friday): Holy Friday (holiday)
April 15 (Saturday): Holy Saturday (holiday)
April 16 (Sunday): Orthodox Easter (holiday)
April 17 (Monday): Easter Monday (holiday)
April 18 (Tuesday): Easter Tuesday (holiday)

May 1 (Monday): May Day

Early May: Optional trip to central Turkey (Burke)

May 26 (Friday): end of academic year; Loring Hall move-out date


*All schedules are subject to change if necessary