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A BULLETIN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
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 FEES
, , For the Summer Session, the full-time fee for all Ken-
      tucky students, except those enrolled in the College of
Law, will be $40.50, and for students in the Law College
$43. For out-of-state students, in all colleges except
Law, the fee will be $90.50. The fee for out-of-state
I 9 5 9 students in the Law College is $95.50. These fees are
payable at the time of registration.
ADMISSION
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S u m     I   Applicants for admission should write to the Office of
the University Dean of Admissions and Registrar for ap-
plication, stating whether they wish admission to the
freshman class, to advanced standing, or to the Graduate
School. Application and transcripts of credits should be
filed 30 clays in acllozzrge witg the giegistrag s gjqce. Stu-
cents entering wit a vance stan ing, an t ose enter-
  8   II ing the Graduate School should present transcripts from
each institution they have attended. Graduate students
who are not candidates for degrees may be admitted on
the basis of an ollicial statement from the registrar of the
institution which conferred their bachelor’s degree. High
CURRICULA school graduates are invited to start their college careers
in the 1959 Summer Session. Special courses are planned
The University of Kentucky, a land—grant institution, for entering freshmen and special attention will be given
will offer eight weeks of regular summer session work; to them, to the end that their collegiate careers will be
also inter-session and post-session courses. Courses will richer, more profitable, more economical, and more mean-
be offered in six colleges—Arts and Sciences, Agriculture ingful.
and Home Economics, Engineering, Law, Education, and
Commerce—and in the Graduate School.
Over and above its program of liberal education, thc LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS
UIII_V?ISIfy SUIIIIIIEI. SQSSIOII PIOVRICS IIIIIIICIIOIIS OlIl)‘Ir' Room applications for single men should be made to
UEIIUCS for P°_r§°IIS t0 DIQDIIIG for Sl°°9'I1C_"“°"P“*{"{’$· the Dean of Men and should be accompanied by a de-
T G 'f’l)P0rt““ItIC* jim In I?III`iICI°II* IICI(I“ I“dII*miII posit of $1(). The rental for a dormitory room per indi-
QII€IIII°tI‘y# ]°IIIIIfIII*m= MHIICFI T°°I?II°I(Iiy> PIC'MC(II' vidual is $48 for the Summer Session.
°III§i_PI'°`D(?IItIstIy> PI€`NIIr?I§Ig* MII°Ic¤ LI SIW S°IiII°c* \Vomen’s applications, accompanied by $10 deposit,
gu LC1S;*"‘§6·d%’;;rtBa‘g§’{§l°$VYé l?€§IgII?IffOg* (XI; Pg}? should be made to the Office of the Dean of Women.
Syc O 0 yr a_ I 5* CI I > OCIO yi IICLI ` Refunds will be made only if notification of cancellation
ture III Its VIIIQIOIIS pIIfiS°S* _PI`€`F°I€€tIy¤ PI€`V€t€rIII°II'Y> is given at least 30 days before the term opens. Keene-
H?m° 5‘°°I?°ITI°S;_E{IgIg€°IIngTAr°lIItc°tIg§1III* 4cI'?IIahI;ItI' land Hall will be reserved for full-time students. Double
C? _C l€mI°a=uCIVI*l °IIIdmI;2I°€ItI(IIIsi‘ ficgich °` rooms for eight weeks are $56 per individual. Single
C MIICEI ¤ Meta III·gI°a _aII IIIIIIg* awi SIYIQIIUIIY rooms are $70. Persons attending short sessions are not
jg Hsgh $9h<{¤gT<=¤¤*;1r]§g» Fd¤¤¤g¤¤==l Supeljvmog aid required to send deposits 1.... should make 0 .00... appli-
_ IIIIIIIstr?tI°II’ GIIGIIZI IISIII€SS’ 0mmGICG` av`? an ` cation in the Office of the Dean of Men or Office of the
mg mid FIEaII?°’ P€§°IIII€I MaIItag§III_]°III’ %ai(§IIIIgZ AF` Dean of Women. Rates for double rooms are charged in
°_°““fI"% S “SI“€s$ I $`;I*Ii°III€“ i II IIStIIa mIIIIsII‘I’ proportion to the length of time in residence at $2 a day
tI°II’ an ecretana (II- ‘ for 13 days or less and $10 per week for periods of 14
days or longer. For the same periods of time, single
rooms are $2.50 per day or $12 per week.
CREDIT HOURS The University Cafeteria at the Student Union Build-
Nine semester hours are considered the normal load mg will be in Opemtlon for both men and women-
for undergraduates. For graduate students, the normal
load is six l’l0U1’S; lthé Hl8.Xl1`I'l\.lIIl is l’1ll'1C. Ct`£1dl1£1Ii€» Stu- CULTURAL AND RECREATIONAL RESOURCES
dents who earn six or more graduate credits and who
remain in residence throughout the Summer Session are The University of Kentucky is located in Lexington,
assigned nine weeks of residence. University students the center of the famed Bluegrass region, a delightful
may be confident of acceptance of credits at full value country of scenic beauty and of transcendent historic
by other colleges and universities. Moreover, U.K. credits interest.
always meet the tests for employment, whether by gov- Many of the fabulous horse farms, some containin
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emment agencies, by corporations, or by private com- more than a thousand acres of lush, bluegrass—covered
panics, regardless of the field. This is a very important land, are in this rich region. During the Summer Session,
consideration. In certain categories of employment, stu- tours are conducted to many of these estates, among
dents and graduates of land-grant colleges have a distinct which are Elmendorf, Walnut Hall, Calumet, Castleton,
advantage over other students and graduates. and Dixiana. Coldstream Farm is now the main Experi-

 ment Station Farm of the University. In addition, points    
of historic interest, including Ashland (home of Henry
r Clay), General ]ohn Hunt Morgan’s residence, the home
of Mary Todd (wife of Abraham Lincoln), and the
Keeneland Race Track, may. be visited. EDUCATION OF HOSPITALIZED
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