IF you have access to the database, you can change it using phpMyAdmin, or equivalent tool in your database operation. phpPgAdmin for PostgreSQL, or whatever. You will have to do it manually, I do not think there is an automatic or bulk way of doing this.
If using phpMyAdmin, or similar, you can generate a Query UPDATE statement that will update all the courses start date to the required date - all you need do is find the right table. For example, opne one courese and set the atart date to the right start date. Go to the mdl_courses table and find that course. Copy the start date in its format and the write a Update statement that reads something like:
UPDATE `moodledb`.`mdl_course` SET `startdate` = '1441031400' WHERE `mdl_course`.`id` = *;
Assuming the * char will be for all courses. The startdate above is 1 September 2015, but you can reset it for anything.