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5 > Image 5 of Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Kentucky University, Volume 1 (1865-1866)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

G ANNUAL CATALOGUE OF l n @l)c Zlmbcnug. u I For the present, and until a more efficient system of academic inst1uetion shall begenerally established, an Acad- l emy of preparatory instruction shall be organized in connec- 5 4 tion with the University, the immediate management and , ( instruction of which will be committed to a competent Prin- cipal and Assistants; while the qualifications for admission, the course of study, and all matters pertaining to its general 1 . interests, will be determined by the University Senate. f l T Q?>mcral Qbuvnriiancuii. A Q L * l The general government of the University is vested in the ( Board of Curators, which consists of not less than thirty members representing the Donors, unde1 the conditions pre- l scribed in the Charter. T I The delegated and representative powers of the corporation ,. are vested in the Regent and Executive Committee. A The immediate government of the students of` the Univer- i 1 sity is committed to the Faculties thereofeach student being , amenable to the Faculty of that College to which he belongs l I by virtue of his matriculation. . , i The Board of Visitors of the Agricultural and Mechanical I College of Kentucky consists of six members, who are ap- i I ` pointed by the Governor of the State, with thc advice and l g. consent of the Senate, and whose powers and duties are pre- l \ [ scribed in the Act of the General Assembly establishing this 1 , ; as one of the Colleges of the University. / N e l