Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 42
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
go to town any time during the day that does not conflict with
his work, and to be out until 10:30 on Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday nights. 2. To have social privileges any evening after
dinner until 7:30 o'clock, and on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
evenings until 10:30. 3. Exemption from final examinations
of the last quarter, upon an average grade of B on work then
in progress. 4. Exemption from all written tests of the last
two weeks and from class attendance during the first two days
of senior week which is the week preceding Senior Sunday.
5. If the class wishes, it may have an outing or picnic on
the two days mentioned in No. 4, provided it is strictly a class
affair. 6. To purchase and to wear certain class regalia such as
sweaters, rings, pins, caps, gowns,, etc. 7. To have charge of
and to conduct all chapel exercises during the week before Senior
Sunday, which shall hereafter be the Sunday before commencement
Sunday. The class may have charge of all church services
of the college on Senior Sunday.
It is hereby understood that the privileges enumerated above
extend only to seniors, and that if a senior wishes to invite an
under-classman to share in any senior privilege, said under-classman
must first secure permission from the Dean or some one
designated by him before such privilege may be exercised.
The matter of certificates qualifying the holders thereof to
teach in the public schools of Texas is entirely controlled by
state legislation. The present laws of Texas provide for the
certification of students of Abilene Christian College along with
those of other similar institutions on the following terms:
1. Three kinds of certificates are issued.
a. Elementary certificates, which are valid for four years,
or for six years, or may become permanent depending
upon the amount of work done by the applicant, as given
below. These certificates are only valid for teaching in
grades one to seven inclusive.
b. Temporary High School certificates, valid for two
years, for four years, or for six years, depending upon
the amount of work done by the applicant, as outlined
below. These certificates are valid for teaching in all
grades of public school work.
c. Permanent High School certificates, valid for all
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