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· the same time, a feeof fifty cents will be required for any other altera-
tion in the course of study, except in the case of the dropping of a sub- A
ject upon the advice of the Dean. This charge will also be made five ·` A
days after the opening of the second semester.
er, 1916, Each student will be required to pay an incidental fee of $15. Stu- `
ers. The dents will be furnished with free admission to all public lectures given
rbegins under the auspices of the Public Lecture Bureau, to the use of the
university hospital, and free admission to all athletic contests and
exercises given under the auspices of the University Athletic Associa-
tion. Students not residing in the state will pay an additional fee of
Opening $5.00, Students entering the second semester will pay one-half the
cg Com. above f€€.
Students who hold county appointments and who occupy rooms in
the dormitories upon the campus, each pay a fee of $10.00 to cover use
of furniture, service of matron, service of janitor, medical inspection I
1916.17] and benefits of the university hospital.
for the No county appointee will be entitled to expenses of transportation
emester for more than one round trip to and from the University each year, and
nself at then only upon the condition that he remain for the full period of the
m, signs school year.
emakes A diploma fee of $5.00 is charged.
if he is Each student must complete and file with the Registrar, three weeks
eviously before the end of each semester, his classification card for the following
uchwili semesters. A fee of $1.00 will be charged for failure to comply with .
structed this regulation.
credits A student conditioned in a college subject must pay a fee of $1.00 per
a of the semester for each condition carried over from the previous year.
d assign A fee of $5.00 will be charged for admission to entrance examinations
after the regular examination period.
ait until All students who have not upon the record of the college credit in ~
full for all entrance work, will be charged a fee of $5.00 a semester.
A fee of $1.00 will be charged for a special examination.
. For fees for late registration and changes in registration, see above. ‘
A credit represents one hour of recitation or two hours of laboratory
work per week for thirty-six weeks.
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