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8 > Image 8 of Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Kentucky University, Volume 2 (1875-1876)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

/ 8 KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. v two from Cincinnati, each city less than IOO miles distant; and , it is expected to be soon in more direct communication with A the East, via the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and with the A South by the completion of the Cincinnati Southern Road to Chattanooga. , _ - ,_ ORGANIZATION. i . l [ KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY embraces several Colleges, each under A the immediate government of its own Faculty and Presiding OHicer. The general supervision of the University as a whole is committed to the Regent, who is elected from among the Curators, and is ar-qg?cz22 Chairman of the Executive Commit- tee. He is the representative of the Board of Curators before the donors and the public, and it is his duty, in connection .,i ig with the Executive Committee, to see that the general laws and statutes of the University are Riithfully executed. ` Each College is divided into several Schools or Departments of Study; and each School is under the immediate government and instruction of a competent Professor, assisted, when neces- sary, by subordinate Instructors and Tutors. The Colleges of the University are severally styled- I. The College of Arts. . 2. The Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky. 3. The College of the Bible. 4. The Normal College (not yet organized). . . 5. The Commercial College. 6. The College of Law. 9 ~ 7. The College of Medicine. l \Vhile the course of study and instruction in each College is ' complete, yet the four Hrst named above are so associated that a student, regularly matriculated in any one of them, may n have the beneht of instruction in the others without additional charge for tuition. lll, R