Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 28
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
The occupants in the college homes will be held responsible
for all damages occurring therein.
Students who are absent from class or examinations and who
are excused are graded "E," and may be given an opportunity to
make up the work missed. All unexcused absences are graded
"E" and no opportunity to make up the work will be granted.
Two tardies may count an absence.
All unexcused absences shall be reported to the registrar at
once. When three unexcused absences are recorded against any
student, the registrar shall promptly drop his name from the
course, and notify the teacher in charge. To be re-instated, the
student must register for the course again and pay a fee of one
The habit of running home every few weeks to visit is not
conducive to good work. We urge that parents not indulge their
sons and daughters with numerous visits home. One visit home
each term is enough to cause some loss of work which has to be
made up. More frequent visits work a hardship on both student
If any student should wish to withdraw from the college,
he should see the President and receive an honorable discharge.
A failure to comply with this regulation may mean the loss of
all returnable fees and dismissal from college.
Any student desiring temporary absence from the college
should obtain permission before absenting himself. Failure to
do this will be regarded as a serious matter and for it the student
may be required to re-register.
CHANGE IN COURSE OF STUDY.
A student may change his course in either of two ways. The
instructor may recommend the change, or the student may make
the change, provided he gets the consent of the instructor whose
department he leaves and the instructor whose department he
enters. The recommendations must be taken to the Dean, who
may accept or reject them.
Changes on the part of the student will be made only upon
the payment to the Registrar of one dollar change fee.
Any student who presumes to change a course through any
other method may be dismissed.
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