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91 > Image 91 of Catalogue of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1891-1892)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

sure cormrzcs or Knmucmn si alone is worth the price of a scholarship to any young man or , woman. These lectures are free to all students of all Depart- ments of the State College who pursue the studies recommended by the lecturer. Others not pupils of the State College can have the benefit of them by the payment of five dollars for the ` entire course. DIPLOMAS. All graduates in the entire course of study are entitled to , and receive a full course diploma, signed by the President of the State College and the Governor of the Commonwealth. FEES. Complete course in book-keeping; embracing merchants, partnership, compound company, commission, joint stock, bank- ing, lumber, cotton, mining and Commercial Law $40. Complete course in shorthand, spelling, punctuation, etc., scholarship, $40, type writing, $10. Complete course in plain and ornamental penmanship, un- limited as to time, $8. Complete course in telegraphy, $35, For further information in regard to this Department send for special catalogue, or address Professor C. C. Calhoun, Box 97.