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i VOLUME 64 APRIL 1972 NUMBER 4
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PUBLICATIONS munity College System may be obtained by contacting:
Community College System Office, University of Ker1· i
l\lost colleges within the University provide course tuckyi Lexington _
and general information booklets for prospective stu- `
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These bulletins may be requested from either the college EXTENSION, EVENING AND
dean or the University Registrar’s Ofiice. Colleges cur- CORRESPONDENCE COURSES
rentlv providing such bulletins or catalogs are:
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* Allied Ilealth Professions Law
1\l'ClliiCCitlTC I.,il)1'?l1’}' Science    
Community College System Medicine
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lingineering Pharmacy to members of the administrative staff. The post oflice
Siiciiii Pioicssioiis address is: University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
40506.
The following material also is available from the Gciiemiiiiiciiiiiitioiii iidiiiissioiisi tiaiisciipis Oi Ci€ditS__
Rqiimiii S Omcc Dean of Admissions and Registrar
(leneral University Catalog Student Affairs—Vice President, Student Affairs i
Siiiiiiiici Scwioiis Biiiidiii Living Accommodations-——University Housing Oiiice  
Aiimissiim iiifmimiiioii Slwci A particular college and its program—Dean of the .
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COMMUNITY COLLEGES Graduate VVork—Dean of the Graduate School  
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"’¤*o nn- june13—Tuesday-—Registrationinthe Coliseum accord-
admission and non-degree students ing to alphabetic distribution
April l4—Friday——Last day to submit all required docu- june l4_vV€dn€Sday_ClaSS Work begins
 fjlgéjgjgrntgifcs for =·’-Ginn Wnrk bcgnnn vising Conference for ooo cooiooioiiy College trans-
May l6_Tui1Sd?y`—F€C pajjmcut (l§`L)’.8 a&m'btO 12 fer students enrolling in the 1972 Fall Semester
  p'm' to pm' ( Ocamm O C an` june 29, .3O5Thursday and Friday—Last days for filing
MTW l7_“,Cd“€Sday__F€c payment (MZ) 8 3 m to egnfglications for an August degree in College Dean s
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l““°] lj “°*‘ ay" gm Cb “° “‘ "g’$ ms °° ioiiiog in mo 1972 Fal1Semester
H l)'m` july 19—Wednesday—Last day for paying graduation
fees for August degree in Billings and Collections
· , Office
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june 27—'l`uesday—Registration in the Coliseum accord- tlansumtlStud°l;tS4aj1d auditors tn apply fnn admw
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june 28——\Vednesday—Fec payment (A-L) 8 a.m. to 12 I C Orc en O Summer tcm] I, _
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nolmced) geadmission students enrolling m the 1972 Fall
june 29—rl`liursday——l*`ee payment (M-Z) S am. to 12 cmcstcr _ P _
noon and 1 p.m, to 4 p.m. (location to be an- August 9_W€dn€Sday_E“d nf 1972 Elghblvcek Sinn-
IIOUIICCC1) \ mer Tcr1n_ I _ y
june 29——'1`liursday—Last clay to enter an organized class [ ngngt H_F“d3y"`AH grades due m Reglstmr S OECC
for the Six-week Summer Term y 4 p‘m‘
july 3—Monday—Last day to drop a course without a
gnnds 1972
july ·l—'l`uesday (Academic holiday)   Semester
july 2tl—'1`liursday—Last day to withdraw and receive june 1—'1"hursday—Last day to cancel application for
zi refund Housing for the 1972 Fall Semester
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 ]une 26-29——Monday through Thursday——Summer Ad- December ]3...\VedueSduy—C1a$S work ends
rising Conference for new Community College December 15—21—Friday through Thursday—Fmal ex-
transfer students enrolling in the 1972 Fall Semester uuiiuurieus
]une 30, ]uly 7, 14, 21, 28—Fridays—Summer Advising December 21—Tliursday—End of Fall Semester
Conference for new advanced standing (transfer), December 26—Tuesday—All grades due in Registrar’s
auditor, and non-degree students enrolling for the Ofifige by 4 p_ui_
1972 Fall Semester
]uly S-27—Wednesday through Thursday—Summer Ad-
vising Conference for new freshmen students en- _
ronmg in me 1972 ran semesrer 1973 Spring Semester
]uly 31—-Monday——Summer Advising Conference for
readmission students enrolling in the 1972 Fall ]anuary 13, 14—Sunday and Monday—Residence Halls
Semester open for 1973 Spring Semester. Final room and
August 27, 28—Sunday and Monday—Residence Halls board payment due
open, second room and board payment due for 1972 ]guu;iry 15, l6—Mouday and Tuesday-Classihcation,
Fall Semester registration
August 28, 29—Monday and '1`uesday—Classification, January 17—\Vedue5day-Clegg work begins
registration ]anuary 23—'l`uesday—Last day to enter an organized
August 30—\Vednesday—Class work begins class for Spring Semester
September 4—M0nday—Lab0r Day (AC€1d€1T1i€ holiday) ]anuary 29—Monday—Last day to drop a course without
September 6—VVednesday-——Last day to enter an or» ugrgde
ganized class for Fall Semester February 14, 1$—VVednesday and Thursday—Last days
i S€l>t€mb€F 1l·—M0¤d3Y—·L8$t d3Y te dY0P 3 €0UY$€ for filing application for a May degree in College
without a grade Dean’s Office
September 27, 28—VVednesday and Thursday—Last days March 8—Thursday—Last day to withdraw from the
for filing application for a December degree in Uniyergiry und receive uuy refund
College Dean's Ofiice March 19—Monday—Last day to pay graduation fees
October 16—Monday—Deadline for applying for admis— for May degree in Billings and Collections Oflice
sion or readmission for the 1973 Spring Semester for March 19-2S——Monday through Sunday—Spring vaca-
all categories of undergraduate applicants tion
October 20-——Friday—Last day to withdraw from the April 2——Monday—Deadline for applying for admission
University and receive any refund or readmission for any summer term for all categories
October 30—Monday——Last day to pay graduation fee in of undergraduate applicants
Billings and Colections Ofiice for a December degree April 2—Monday—Last date for out~of»state freshmen to
November 7——Tuesclay——1973 Spring Advising Confer— submit all required documents to Registrar’s Ofhce
ence for new freshmen and Community College for admission to the 1973 Fall Semester
transfer students April 2——Monday——Last day to withdraw from a class
November 8—2l——\\/ednesday through T`uesday—Advance before finals
registration for 1973 Spring Semester April l2—Thursday-1973 Summer Session Advising
November lO——Friday—Last day to withdraw from a Conference for new freshmen
class before finals April 13—Friday—1973 Summer Session Advising Con-
November 15-—\Vednesday—First installment on room ference for new advanced standing (transfer), thc
and board for 1973 Spring Semester due ` readmission and non-degree students
November 22-\Vednesday—1973 Spring Advising Con- April 16-27-—Monday through Friday—Advance registra—
ference for new advanced standing (transfer) and tion for 1973 Fall Semester
the readmission and non-degree students May 5-Saturday—End of class work
November 23, 24, 2$—'1`hursday through Saturday- May 7—12——Monday through Saturday—Final examina-
Tlianksgiving Holidays (Academic Holidays) tion
December l—Friday——Last day to cancel application for May l2—Saturday—End of Spring Semester
Housing, 1973 Spring Semester—only students not May 1$—'l`uesday—All grades due in Registrar's Ofhce
in Residence Halls Fall Semester by 4 pm.
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