Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 27
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who fail to register within the days in each term which are designated
as registration days.
A late registration fee will be charged all students who return
late after the Christmas vacation or after the spring term begins.
At the end of each term there will be held a series of final
examinations. Each instructor is asked to give the examinations.
The Dean reserves the right to "condition" the work of any
course upon which exemptions are made.
A fee of one dollar will be charged for any examination taken
at a time other than when scheduled.
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
reading rooms. Not more than five "week" books or one "reserve"
book may be charged out to anyone at the same time.
The teachers are expected to observe the same rules as the
students. Libraries are maintained primarily for students. The
Librarian will make a report of the fines charged to each instructor.
The Bursar will deduct these fines from the salary.
The library will be open from 7:50 a. m. to 12:30 p. m., and
from 1:30 p. m. to 3:40 p. m. except on Sundays and Mondays.
STUDENTS WHO RECEIVE FREE TUITION.
All students preparing exclusively for church work or Christian
service are given free tuition in Abilene Christian College.
The management feels, however, that all students that take
advantage of free tuition are thus indebted to the institution to
do their best work, in school and later. The school requires
that any such student who later gives up exclusively Christian
work must pay the tuition that has been given. The character
and reputation of the students given this advantage must be kept
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