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Image 51 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1887-1888)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

STATE COLLEGE OF. KENTUCKY. 51 T Y` 33. No honorable discharge or leave of absence will be . granted to a student within six weeks of the termination of ‘· the collegiate year, excepting in cases of great emergency. 34. Every student, on entering the Institution, shall be fur- nished with a copy of its regulations, and no plea of ignorance shall be admissible in extenuation of any failure to comply · p with their requirements. Practical Instruction and Training. 58. In addition to the theoretical study required of every male student in mechanics, agriculture and military arts, every male student who accepts the privilege of free tuition, and such others as may elect, shall pursue a course of practical instruc- tion in mechanics and agriculture. For labor performed in , that way, that is valuable otherwise than as a means of instruc- tion, a reasonable compensation will be allowed, the proceeds V going, if necessary, first to supply the student with the pre- scribed military uniform, and after that, toward the payment of his rent and board account. ‘ \ 59. For military instruction and training, there will be a drill or other military exercise every day, Saturdays and Sundays excepted, and lasting one hour, unless the President may dis- pense with it. The drill will be conducted in the academic I building when the weather or condition of the ground will V l not permit it out of doors. Special military exercises may be T ordered by the President at any time. G4. Besides the means above provided for the repression of · neglect and misconduct, a demerit system shall be enforced. ’ The Commandant shall keep a register of all delinquencies for * which the students are reported, and shall charge against each L V offense, not satisfactorily explained, a number of deinerits T ` according to the following scale : An offense of the first class will count ............. 5 An of“l`cnsc of thc scconel class will count ............ ·i _ An offense of the third class will count. ......... . . . il An ofiiinse of the fouitli class will count ..........., 2 i An oficnse of thc liftli class will count ............. ` I _ In the first year of the student at the College, offenses will t count one-third less than in the above scale. The faculty will _ classify to suit this scale the offenses ordinarily committed by students. At the end of every month for which the number of l '