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Registration Fees
· School Year 1969-70
F ull-time Student; Resident Non-resident Part-time Student: Resident Non-resident 1
All Colleges except All Undergraduate Colleges
Medicine and Dentistry- €XC€Dt Law .
l Semester Fee $140.00 $490.00 Semester Credit Hour Fee $12.50 $44.00 `
Summer Term Fee 80.00 260.00 Summer Term Credit Hour
~ _ Fee 14.00 44.00
Colleges of Medicine and — i
Dentistry- College of Law
Amar ree 600.00 1,500.00 Semester Fee 14.00 4900
Summer Term Fee 16.00 52.00
Graduate School `
Semester or Summer Term
Credit Hour Fee 17.00 55.00
Fee Regulations
Students enrolling after the regular registration period will be charged an additional fee of $20. V
i Auditors: All auditors are charged the same fee they would pay for credit.
Registration is automatically cancelled for the 1969 Fall Semester if the registration fee is not paid in full on or
before Tuesday, September 30, 1969.
Registration is automatically cancelled for the 1970 Spring Semester if the registration fee is not paid in full on or t
. before Saturday, ]anuary 31, 1970.
A student who officially withdraws from the University after registration but before the middle of the term, may,
upon presentation to the Registrar’s Office of ofiicial withdrawal evidence-—student records and identification card-
be refunded one-half of the fees paid for the term. If the withdrawal occurs after the middle of the term, no re-
fund will be given.
Graduation Fees
Undergraduate degree $11.50 Master’s degree $25.00
Specialist in Education degree 12.50 Doctor’s degree 75.00
Additional Fees and Deposits
Additional fees and/or deposits may be assessed for certain courses or activities.
All fees and housing costs are subject to change without notice. `
Housing Costs
Per Year Summer Term
Men’s and Women’s Residence Halls $920* Men’s and Women’s Residence Halls:
Men's and W0men’s Residence Halls 816** FOV Clmlblc 109111 0CC11P311€Y $115;;;*
Cooperstown Single Student Housing: Per Year For single mom Occupancy 145
Single graduate student in efficiency $570**** —;
Slllglc gI21(1L1at€ student in OUC bedroom ° Includes room and three meals daily except Sunday evening
apartment $660**** meal-
_ _ °° Includes room and breakfast and the evening meal daily
l\*l£1U'1CCl Sll1(l€UlZ HOUSIUEZ PCT month (Sunday noon meal replaces Sunday evening meal).
Efliqjgngy gpgttmgnt $ 85**** °°° Meals are not included in the housing costs for summer
One-Bedroom apartment 100**** Sf“f,l§§?·
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T-*<>·11¤<1r¤<>¤"· ¤1¤¤rf¤¤¢¤t 110**** mr.r..ta.s§`€Q` BZss`¤Z?E`.~*Q`;iuasii$$Ld.""m "`gs "nms an
Professional Students: Per Year
Single Occupancy $646
Double Occupancy 514
Personal Expenses
(Not payable to the University) g
Books and Supplies. Range from $40 up, depending on Dry Cleaning. Both men and women students make  
thc student`s major field of study and schedule of classes their own arrangements for dry cleaning. The cost is
for the semester. comparable to that in any city. ;
Laundry. For students living in the residence halls, Linen and Towel Service. This voluntary service is pro- 1
laundry facilities for personal items are provided. Other vided on a contractural basis for occupants of the resi-
students must make their own arrangements. Local cost dence halls. Information concerning bed linen and towel t
for this service is comparable to that in any city. service can be obtained from the University Housing
Ofiice. ‘  
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9 10 M d d T d R , _ —Thanksg1vIng Holidays-—academIc holidays
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J 1222 11—W¤d¤<=S<1¤y—C1¤SS w2¤1< 228125 documents to Regnrnna once 101 admission to
]une l6—Monday—Last day to enter an organized class the 1970 Spring Semester
for thc Summer SCSSIOH _ December l3—Saturday—Class work ends
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‘ , _ inations
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g’f1§;;*"°“ 21 22 ugus 222212 ° egg ems December Z3—Tuesday—All grades due in Registrar’s
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I ]uly 4—Fr1day—1ndependence Day—academ1c holiday Cc Y 4 pm
]uly 14-5 SjMonday and Tuesday—Last day for paying     Semester
gra uation fees for August degree 12 3 M d d T Cl .5 .
]uly 23—Wednesday—Last date to withdraw from a lfmuary. * .1 _ 22 SY fm, FcSday_ assl °aU°“*
Class before cud of Summer Session rggiggaggnn and orientation or students not pre-
]uly 28-Monday--Last day to submit all required I .
documents to Registrar's one nn nannsnan to 1a““a‘Y 1g—¥V€<1g2<1¤I—C1¤22 begm . d
the 1969 Fal] Semester lanuaay f- gies ay—L§st day to enter an organize
August 6-——Wednesday—End of 1969 Summer Session C 3S;6(;]:/Ic ilprmg emestcr .
August 8——Friday—All grades due in Registrar's Office lanuary ‘ ‘ 22 ay_LaSt day to dmv 3 Course With`
"y‘*1°° pm Fb Outaiiriic M 8 CI T (1 L 1 8 e
e ruary - — on ay an ues ay- as ays or
Bling application for a May degree in College Dean’s
1969 Fall Semester OM;
]uly 28—Monday—Last day to submit all required docu- March S—Thursday—Undergraduate mid-term grades
ments to Registrar’s Office for admission to the due in Registrar's Office by 4:00 p.m.
1969 Fall Semester March 14-Z2—Saturday thru Sunday—SpriIIg vacation
August ZS, 26-—Monday and Tuesday—Classification, March 23—Z4—Monday _and Tuesday-—Last days for
registration and orientation for students not pre- paying graduation fees for May degree
registered March 30—Monday——Last day to withdraw from a class
August 27—VVednesday—Class work begins before finals
September 3—Wednesday—Last day to enter an orga— March 30-April 10—Monday thru Friday—Advance reg-
nized class for the Fall Semester istration for the 1970 Fall Semester
September 8—Monday—Last day to drop a course with- April l—\Vednesday—Last day for out-of-state fresh-
out a grade men to submit all required documents to Registrar’s
September 30, October 1—Tuesday and Wednesday- Office for admission to the 1970 Fall Semester
Last days for filing application for a December de- May 2—Saturday—End of class work
gree in College Dean’s Office May 4-9—Monday thru Saturday—Final examinations
October 20—Monday—Undergraduate mid-term grades May 9—Saturday—End of Spring Semester
due in Registrar’s Office by 4:00 p.m. May lZ—Tuesday—Last day to submit all 'required
October 27-November 7—Monday thru Friday—Ad- documents to Reg1strar’s Office for admission to
vance registration for the 1970 Spring Semester the 1970 Summer Session
October 27-28—M0nday and Tuesday—Last days for May lO—Sunday—Baccalaureate-Vesper
paying graduation fees for December degree May ll—Monday—103rd Annual Commencement
November 10-Monday—Last day to withdraw from a May 12—Tuesday—All grades due in Registrars Office
class before finals by 4:00 p.m.
1969 1970
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 1 Contents
Calendar 3
A The Academic Program 7
The University 10
Fields of Study 15
Entering the University 18
Living Accommodations 22
Expenses & Financial Aid 28
Working Toward a Degree 32
Libraries 38
The Honors Program 39
Student Affairs 41
Course Numbering System 45
Abbreviations 46
Arts & Sciences 49
Agriculture 136
5 Home Economics 152
· Engineering 159
J  · Law 181
  Education 186
  Business & Economics 216
_  4    Pharmacy 224
  _ Medicine 235
g  ` Nursing 252
1 `‘``` i   Dentistry 254
·   Architecture 265
I Graduate School 270
b Allied Health Professions 280
  Library Science 288
  University Extension 294
  Community Colleges 301
  Administration 308
t Index 310

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A student may satisfy the general studies requirement in glgcugilcilloml Sciences by complctmg Om of the followmg
foreign language by passing the fourth semester course in one q `
language or by demonstrating equivalent competence by A_ PSY 104 Basic Psychology] (3)
examination. PSY 106 Basic Psychology II (3)
B. PSY 210 General Psychology (3)
Area V. Humanities: Literature, Art, and Music PS 201 Introduction to Political Behavior (3)
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retired by ollooslllg ollo of tho lollowlllg oollollsi A student who wishes to substitute an upper division
A_     Survey of Wgstgm World Litgrgturg;   COUISC IH the SHIHC d€pHI`tIH€I`lt fO1' H COLIISC   in  
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OR with the approval of the dean of the college in which l l.•lY°,. ‘*i
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from 1660 to the Plosolll in which the substitution is to be made.  V    3
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A_ 1115 1114 A I-Iistgry OfE\1{O()c to 17]} (3) on a Held of study will be advised to concentrate on
tl 111S 105 A Irlistory of Europe, 1713 to Present (3) courses contained in the areas listed previously.
( n. ms ms iiisiaiy alum U.S.Through 186; (2) Stodorrts will gain a background from this program
111S 109 llistory of the U.S. Since 1865 (3) that should help them to choose intelligently tl1e
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completing one option: liberal education-—thc University’s goal for all of i’CS
_.(_ ECO 260 principles of Economics (3) graduates. In addition, it offers many areas of specializa-
ECO 261 Principles of Economics (3) tion leading to a variety of career opportunities in the
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