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Image 21 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 21 (1945-1946)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

GENERAL INFORMATION 17 resident, full~time, part-time, auditor, etc. The table on page 20 gives the schedule of regular fees per quarter and term. Checks are accepted by the University in payment of fees, room rent, and board, if they are made out for the exact amount due. That is, no money is returned on a check. In transmitting funds to students, drafts, money orders, and certified checks should be used. All checks should be made payable to "University of Kentucky." All fees should be paid at registration and not sent in advance. For the fees indicated the full-time student receives: class instruction, health and infirmary service, admission to athletic contests and to convocations, use of the Library and Student Union building, a discount on admissions to the Guignol Theatre, and a subscription . to "The Kentucky Kernel," the student newspaper. The University reserves the right to change the amount of any fee at any time. Initial Expenses The undergraduate resident student enrolling in the University for the first time should be prepared to meet initial expenses about as follows: Item Women Students Men Students General Deposit ............................ $ 6.00 $ 6.00 V Fees for Quarter .......................... 37.50 37.50 Military Deposit .......................... 10.00 Room and Board in Residence Halls ........................ 115.00 Room in Residence Halls .......... 30.00 Books and Supplies .................... 20.00 20.00 $168.50 $ 98.50 The initial expense for men is less because it does not include the cost of food. Men students eat at the University cafeteria and pay for their meals as served. This fact should be kept in mind in estimating initial costs. To the above amounts there should be added an item of perhaps $30.00 for incidental expenses. The non- resident student should be prepared to pay an additional fee of $20.00. Fees for Graduation and Special Privileges Graduation Fee. Candidates for the bachelor’s degree will be charged a graduation fee of $9.00.4 This will cover the rental of cap and gown, the cost of The Kentuckian, diploma fee, and other necessary expenses. Candidates for advanced degrees will be charged a fee of $15.00, which will include the above, with the ex; ception of The Kentuckian, and in addition the candidate will be presented with the hood. Graduation fees are payable not later than the fourth day preceding the commencement.