January, 2019 Cal Maritime submits the preliminary requests for new program impaction to the Chancellor's Office.
February, 2019 Cal Maritime receives tentative approval or denial for new or adjusted impaction requests from the Chancellor's Office.
March, 2019 Cal Maritime announces its proposed impaction plans on its website
March, 2019 Cal Maritime arranges a public meetings to be held on dates TBD in early April, 2019 with eudcational stakeholders, including the community college districts in and near Solano County
April 1 – April 15, 2019 (Delayed to June 10-20) Cal Maritime holds three public hearings in various locations/times in Solano County. Cal Maritime will post and retain comments or composites solicited at these hearings on the campus website.
Mid-April, 2019 Cal Maritime submits final request including renewal/continuation of impaction with any adjustments to the Chancellor's Office.
Late-April, 2019 Deadline for Chancellor's Office to grant final approval for new or adjusted impaction requests.
May Board Meeting Chancellor reports impaction decisions in writing to the Board of Trustees.
July 1, 2019 Public comments and responses may be removed from the campus web site.
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The Fall, 2020 Application Deadline Has Been Extended for
- B.S. in Business Administration: International Business and Logistics - B.A. in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs - B.S. in Oceanography
For all other degree programs, see the individual notes below
- B.S. in Facilities Engineering Technology (Contact Admission Office for Fall 2020) - B.S. in Marine Transportation (Next entry term is Fall 2021) - B.S. in Marine Engineering Technology (Contact Admission Office for Fall 2020) - B.S. in Mechanical Engineering - General Option (Next entry term is Fall 2021) - B.S. in Mechanical Engineering - U.S. Coast Guard License Option (Next entry term is Fall 2021)