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35 > Image 35 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 33 (1971-1972)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

The student pursuing a college degree must fulfill sidered a part of his maximum load. If the simulta- a number of requirements specified by the Univer- neous registration has not been authorized, the sity. These concern such things as the number of transfer of credit from the other institution may be courses he will take and the pattern they should follow, denied. the amount of time he must spend in fulltime work, his grades, and his conduct. Classification Student Load A student in any undergraduate college is classified _ _ _ by the Registrar as a sophomore when he has completed The muxumml load to be C3md during 3Y_$m$_tY 30 credit hours, a junior when he has completed 60 bY_mY Student in an Undcfgmduaw QOHQZC (Including credit hours, and a senior when he has completed 90 residence, correspondence, and extension courses) shall Credit hOurS_ be tglcrcdlg hotlrs Or thc] amount Slmclifidl m the A Law student is classified as a second-year student iumcuum Or he pamcudr scmcstcrr lt IC mmf ls when he has completed 2+ credit hours and as a Mgci _ _ third-year student wlicn he has completed $3 credit The maximum load for tll Tglllklf SUIUITICT $5$t0U lrours_ I-le is not, however, classified as Ll sCCOI1Cl-}'C21f (mdudmg ICSKICHCW COU$lOHdCn and Cxtcuslon student until he has been in residence at least two courses) shall be nine CfCCl1t l10llfS Hlifl that ICO? thc semesters, nor as a third-year student until he l121S fOUI'\VCCi(.lIltCl'SCSS1OTl shall be four credit hours. bccn in Icsidmcc at hast thm: Scmcstcm The imnnnum load for a full-time student in an , . . . . . A lharmacy student is classified as a second-year undergraduate college is 12 credit hours IH a semester 7 . . . . . student when he has eoinplcted -8 credit hours and and six credit hours in the summer session. . Y _ . . . as a third-year student when he has completed v6 A student who has attained a grade-pomt average of . ., , credit hours. n.0 on a load of at least 15 credit hours for the preced- ing semester may be permitted by the dean of his colle e to c rr a axi 1 of three extra credit hours . , g H Y m . . Maikmg System provided the total is not in excess of 22 (l0 credit hours for the regular summer session), The marking system (except for the colleges of Law A sturleut on gegrdemie probation shall take rro more and Medicine) uses a series of letters, to which are thgm 15 ereelit hours ju u serpester or severr eredit hours assigned grade-point values. The system is based neither in fl Sum]T]f on nl] iil)SOl itc Illl1llCflCLll SYSTCIH HOT Ol] il (`llStlll)tlti(.)n The professional colleges and the Graduate School curve, but on the following descriptions: av tlo re lord rl `cl . e con ' teit `tl . . . -. sc ""." S " SS Grade A represents exceptionally high achievement their degree requirements. . - . . . as a result of aptitude, effort, and intellectual initiative. A student mav be registered simultaneously at the . . . . . . . . . lt is valued at four grade points for each credit hour. University and at another educational institution only with the approval of the dean of the college in which Grade B represents a high achievement as a result of he is registered at the University of Kentucky; the ability and effort. It is valued at three grade points for credit hours obtained at the other institution being con- each credit hour. 27 ,} I