Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 35
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Plane Geometry, 1
Solid Geometry, 1/2
Advanced Arithmetic, 1/2
Commercial Arithmetic, 1/2
Latin, 2, 3, or 4
Greek, 2 or 3
German, 2 or 3
French, 2 or 3
Spanish, 2 or 3
Introduction to Science, 1
Physiology and Hygiene,
2 or 1
Commercial Geography, 1/
Commercial Law, /2
Home Economics, 1/2 or 3
Drawing, 1/2 or 1
Manual Training, 1/ or 2
Shorthand and Typewriting,
Bible, 1/2 or 1
Public Speaking, 1/2 or 1
Methods and Management, 1
HOW STUDENTS MAY BE ADMITTED.
1. BY CERTIFICATE OF GRADUATION.
Students coming from Texas schools classified and accredited
by the State Department of Education upon presentation of a
certificate with a statement giving in detail the amount of work
in each subject and the grade made will be admitted. The diploma
will not suffice. Please attend to this before leaving home.
Negligence will cause a delay in registration.
2. BY INDIVIDUAL APPROVAL.
At the discretion of the Dean an applicant over twenty-one
years of age may be admitted without examination. He will be
credited with such work as he shall have completed; but such
credit may be only tentative and be further tested by work in
class. Persons who have been in school recently are not expected
to be in this class.
3. BY EXAMINATION.
Any or all scholarship requirements may be met by passing
the admission examinations. To secure credit in any subject the
applicant must take a grade not lower than D. In grading ex
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