Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1926 Page: 9
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2. These various certificates are given students on the following
a. No certificate is granted a student who has not completed
at least one full year of collegiate work. By one
year is meant 540 class-room hours.
b. At least 108 of the 540 hours must be done in the
department of Education. In case of those who apply
for certificates on the basis of a second, third, or fourth
year of collegiate work, 108 hours in Education will be
required for each year.
c. Upon the completion of the first year of collegiate
work an Elementary certificate valid for four years or a
High School certificate valid for two years may be issued,
the applicant having the option between the two.
d. Upon the completion of the second year of collegiate
work an Elementary certificate valid for six years or
High School certificate valid for four years, may be
had, at the option of the applicant. The Elementary
certificate becomes permanent when the holder has used
it in teaching five years.
e. Upon the completion of the third year of collegiate
work a High School certificate valid for six years may
f. Upon graduation from a standard college with a
Bachelor's degree Permanent High School Certificates
may be issued.
CHANGES OF COURSES
It is quite probable that all the courses which we have catalogued
will not be given. Almost any course from our general
catalogue will be given if we have a sufficient number of calls
for it. No course will be given for which fewer than five students
SHOULD I GO TO COLLEGE?
It all depends upon you. Are you a normal individual?
I)o you have hopes and aspirations welling up within you? Do
you long to do something? Do you feel that you can enjoy the
grind of hard study? Do you long for greater opportunities
for service? Yes, you should go to college.
Here’s what’s next.
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