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Image 46 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1887-1888)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

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Q · 46 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. ° under a Chairman and Secretary of tl1eir own choice, whose t successors are elected on the last Tuesday of eacl1 month, and v i who serve for one month. At the business meeting held on lz Tuesday night of each week, the weekly dues, $2.25, are paid. li The Boarding Department is managed by a Board consisting of the President of the College, the Treasurer, who is a mem- t E ber of the Faculty, and into whose hands all the weekly dues t if are placed when collected, the Matron, and the Chairman and ‘ Secretary selected by the students. It will thus be seen that ` t { the Boarding Department has no official connection with the € · College authorities. The College, as such, does not board the l Z students, and is in no sense responsible for any debts created C V by the Boarding Department. Two members of the Faculty, J in their individual capacity, assist in the management of its 1 funds. . Expenses. C The necessary expenses of a student while at College need not exceed the following estimates. As a rule, the less pocket money allowed by parents or guardians, the better it is for the pupil. VVhen supplies of money are kept short, the opportu- ¤ , nity for contracting vicious habits is correspondingly dimin- , . ished. Students should not be allowed by their parents to * create any debts. All moneys intended for the use of the stu- dents should be deposited with the Commandant. For county appointees occupying a room in the dormitory and boarding in the common mess, the necessary expenses are as follows: Tuition . 2 ............................. SO OO Room foe ........ . ..................... 5 OO V Matriculation .............. , ............. 5 OO ‘ Fuel and ...... . ...................... 8 OO i Cost of furnishing room, about ...... . .............. 10 OO { \Vtl5l1lllg' .............................. l0 OO l Board, 38 weeks, at $2.25 per wool:. .................. 85 50 i Books, about. .............. . ............. l0 OO [ Total ............. . ................ 4 Each room must be provided by the occupants thereof, al Meir ; mm 0.2y2c2z.s»<, with neat and comfortable bed and bedding, three I comforts or blankets, one pillow, three pillow slips, four sheets,