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Image 30 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1881-1882)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

S 30 ANNUAL REGIDTER § ———;—— Tb: C0/[eg? 00/(IIS z'z‘szb’ 7t7.7c7]6’7' 720 0b/zgatzbzz /0 _/QZVIZYEA mm- i jvwzsn/mi [abbr fb mg! slzzdwzls cxcbjJz‘ Z&0SL’ 20/20 wz/or ns COZHZQY rz,/2/>02`1z/rss. Students are paid monthly for the service rendered, and apply the money as they see proper. AG) Sl//(2/Ullli, bbzwwr, sbbzz/zi www /0 ibfs C0//rgb exprctzbzg Z0 11zzz2`zzm2'zz /[Zi/}lSt`0[ arc/zzszt·¢·@r by w11q¤wzsaz‘ezf [abbr. A! l [ms! st·r·v7zZyy?·;»e ({0//rzrs per mzmmz, 0,zrc/zzs/w 0/' bzk L’(Z//lZ.}!g.S` Q attbi/u fzcrv, 5/[UZ//tl] be zz! lbs C0//H/ZKZ/Ml, bf vzmjr smc/mz' wb:) I rtlzsbvs Z0 mmf! bzbzzsvy 0f zfbo ndvzzzztzzgcs of {bc mzzzjwxzsaicd ‘ labor sysimz. No compensation is given to students in tl1e Department of Practical Mechanics, inasmuch as no pecuniary returns are possible to the College from this Department as at pres- ent organized. All students are liable to be called upon for occasional worlq upon the grounds belonging to the College, and to such worlc no compensation is attached. 1 Preparatory Department. · , For the beneht of those who are inadequately prepared V to enter the regular College classes, a Preparatory Depart- ment has been organized, under the charge of a principal, . assisted by a competent staff of assistants, which will pro- vide the necessary elementary instruction. The conditions of admission into the Preparatory Department are, a good · knowledge of Arithmetic as far as fractions, English Gram- 3 mar, and Geography. i Certificates of Character. All applicants for admission into any class in the College, or Preparatory Department, must bring satisfactory testi- monials of good moral character. J i Deportment and Discipline. l As no one is admitted into the College whose good moral I character is not satisktctorily attested, no one will be allowed l to remain whose behavior, deportment, and habits are not l those of a gentleman.