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40 > Image 40 of Catalogue of the Officers, Studies, and Students of the State College of Kentucky, Lexington, (1908-1909)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

=: - . .. _ ., ie; NYE. i=.' C: `E { T5 ; _ zi? ; . ` F 34 THE STATE UNIVERSITY ~ ~_ 4,; E. >` _ aw? @*3- . _ T 1 ADVANCED STANDING. r. wvt A _ T fri ;} . ,. After being admitted to the University, a student may Secure -;,_g ` L advanced standing: . . (a) By examination on each subject for which he desires ,i _ ` Cl(l1lZ. . (b) By transfer, from a college or university, of credits sat- T isfactory to the Professors concerned. ` No student will under any circumstances be accredited beyond =i x i i i; T the ]unior year. ` ;;?iltig rg if _ , ACCREDITED SCHOOLS. ` fihi JM! l` ` gm =.s; =.zy" T ` ` ` i I " ` #_ Schools, whether public or private, may be accredited in whole , ~s 1;.7E} " . . . . or in part. To be fully accredited, a school must resent to the lil Ir`:} P , Committee on Accredited Schools satisfactory evidence that it is . ` able to meet the entrance requirements of the University as stated , on pages twenty-six to thirtythree inclusive. This will require V :* *]/;f`,`* . . . ` _;_.gg*{:t~. V . that four years of competent high school 1nstruct1on shall be , A T gm . . . . _ ` A school giving thorough but less extensive preparation may . fl ,1 3 be accredited in special subjects. . iii M Printed forms will, on application, be sent to the heads of , V schools who may desire to have their schools placed in the accred- ._ ~, ji}; , ` _ ited list. These forms must be filled out and, with an announce- , ii ment of the course or courses of study given in the school, be i *'. . . . . it ' _ sent to the Committee on Accredited Schools at the University. _ lf? The list of accredited schools (in process of revision as this Ti, " catalogue goes to press) will be mailed on application. The Board of Trustees of the University has authorized the li g President to make an annual award of a free scholarship to the ilr pupil in each fully accredited school, who has completed, with the ` highest grade, the full course in that school. This scholarship . j t entitles the recipient to free tuition. If, in addition, the holder _ i- , .j of the scholarship obtains a county appointment, he is entitled to a ~ g room in one of the dormitories and to his traveling expenses. vi { ie ~ `. ,1 3%.. . A ` . I I r , l P l-*i' M "-iw _ ., 1-4111 wi l . . ' -_. 3.. .,