KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. 5 ‘
GENERAL GOVERNMENT. ·
The general government of the University is vested in the
Board of Curators, which consists of not less than thirty mem-
bers, representing the Donors, under the conditions prescribed
in the charter.
The delegated and representative powers of the Corporation
are vested in the Regent and Executive Committee.
The immediate government of the students of the Univer-
sity is committed to the Faculties thereof—each student being
amenable to the Faculty of that College to which he belongs
by virtue of his matriculation.
The Board of Visitors of the Agricultural and Mechanical '
College of Kentucky consists of six members, who are ap-
' pointed by the Governor of the State, with the advice and
‘ consent of the Senate, and whose powers and duties are pre- I
scribed in the Act of the General Assembly establishing this `
as one of the Colleges of the University. (