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Registration Fees T
i School Year 1969-70
F ull-time Student: Resident Non—resident Part—time Student: Resident Non—resident  
All Colleges except All Undergraduate Colleges 1
Medicine and Dentistry— except Law E
Semester Fee $140.00 $490.00 Semester Credit Hour Fee $12.50 $44.00 1`
Summer Term Fee 80.00 260.00 Summer Term Credit Hour  
Fee 14.00 44.00
Colleges of Medicine and
Dentistry- College of Law `
Aeeuei Fee 600.00 1,500.00 Semester Fee 14.00 49.00 ,
Summer Term Fee 16.00 52.00 _
Graduate School
Semester or Summer Tenn
Credit Hour Fee 17.00 $$.00
Fee Regulations
Students enrolling after the regular registration period will be ch-arged an additional fee of $20.
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
before Saturday, Ianuary 31, 1970.
A student who oflicially withdraws from the University after registration but before the middle of the term, may, z
upon presentation to the Registrar’s Oflice of oflicial 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 I
Per Year Summer Term ·
Men’s and Women’s Residence Halls $920* Men’s and Women’s Residence Halls: ‘
Men’s and Women’s Residence Halls 816** Fcr <1c¤1>1e rccm cccupancy 1 $115:;;*
Cooperstown Single Student Housing: Per Year For single mom Occupancy 145
Single graduate student in efliciency $570**** ———
Single graduate Sl1Lld€I1t ltl OHB l)Cd1‘00m ° Includes room and three meals daily except Sunday evening
apartment $660* * * * meal- _ _
_ _ °° Includes room and breakfast and the evemng meal daily -
l\’l3T1'1€d stl-1d€¥1t H0U$1Ug¢ P€l' monlfh (Sunday noon meal replaces Sunday evening meal).
Efl1Cl€I`1Cy aparnnent $ 85**** °°° Meals are not included in the housing costs for summer
One-Bedroom apartment 100**** ““$§‘Q°f·I 1 .
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T-·c-Bcdrccm ¤i>=¤¤¤c¤t 110**** meieeeesliei Dl1esandfll}iidlludel>Sd;rd.umm gs " ms °"
Professional Students: Per Year ` 1
Single Occupancy $646
Double Occupancy 514
Personal Expenses A I
(Not payable to the University) .
Books and Supplies. Range from $40 up, depending on Dry Cleaning. Both men and women students make Z
the student’s major Held of study and schedule of classes their own arrangements for dry cleaning. The cost is T
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- l
laundry facilities for personal items are provided. Other vided on a contractural basis for occupants of the resi- 1
students must make their own arrangements. Local cost dence halls. Information concerning bed linen and towel .
for this service is comparable to that in any city. service can be obtained from the University Housing °'
Otlice. I
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