Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 29
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A late registration fee of $2.50 will be charged all students
who fail to register within the days in each term which are designated
as registration days.
At the end of each quarter a series of final examinations will
be held. Each teacher is asked to give these examinations covering
the work passed over during the quarter. The questions for
these examinations must be carefully prepared and the papers
graded with care and returned to the students. All final examination
papers, formal test papers, themes and formal reports
must be written in ink on good white paper, and each instructor
is expected to grade the English of the paper as well as the subject
matter. If for any reason a student is absent from any
formal test or final examination he will be graded zero for that
exercise. Upon written application approved by the Dean the
student may ask his instructor for a make-up examination.
A fee of $1.50 will be charged each student for a "make-up"
test or examination, which must be paid to the Bursar before
the instructor is permitted to give the examination. One third
of this fee will be paid to the instructor who gives the examination
and the remainder goes to the college. Examinations are
not given just as a means of determining the student's grade,
though it is doubtful if any better or surer method is available
and practical today. If for no other reasons formal tests and
examinations should be given because of their value to the pupil
in developing his powers of concentration and reasoning, and in
giving him practise in self-expression.
The Mid-term examination is formal and must be given in
each class over the work covered in the course up to the time
of the examination.
A library fee of $2.00 per term is charged. Books may be
kept out for seven days, except those on reserve shelves, which
may be kept out one hour only. A fine of five cents per day
will be charged for regular books kept over time, and of ten
cents per hour for reserve shelf books not returned on time. All
fines must be paid as they are assessed. Books will not be issued
to students or teachers who have fines that are unpaid. This is a
protection to the student himself as well as to the library. Encyclopedias
or other reference books may not be taken from the
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