Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 34
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34 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
All courses whose unit's digit is 3, meet on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday; those whose unit's digit is 2, meet on Wednesday
and Friday; those whose unit's digit is 5 meet five days in
There will be some variations in the different courses; but as
a rule, three or more majors will be required in a subject before
an advanced course may be taken.
GRADES AND POINTS.
The standing of the student is expressed in terms of grades
and points. The grades are made up from class work, papers,
quizzes, and examinations. The letters A-Plus, A, A-minus, Bplus,
B, B-minus, C-plus, C, C-minus, D-plus D, E, and F will
The grade E is condition and the grade F is failure. Any
course taken in which a grade of F is made must be taken over.
All incomplete courses will be regarded as F until they are completed
within a year of the time they are begun.
An average of B on junior and senior work is required for
AMOUNT OF WORK WHICH MAY BE TAKEN
1. The first term a student is in Abilene Christian College,
he will be permitted to take only fifteen or sixteen hours. The
regular student should plan to take fifteen or sixteen hours work.
It is understood that previous records will be considered; and
if the previous record justify, eighteen hours may be taken.
2. As many as seventeen or eighteen hours may be taken in
the second term, or in any term following a term in which fifteen
or sixteen hours was taken, on condition the work of the previous
term averaged B plus, and that no grade was below C.
3. As many as nineteen or twenty hours may be taken provided
the student took seventeen or eighteen hours the previous
term and provided further that no grade was below B-plus, and
that an average of A was made on the seventeen or eighteen hours.
4. It is understood that whatever grades are necessary to
get into either of the two groups mentioned above, must be maintained
in order to remain there.
SELECTING A COURSE OF STUDY.
In selecting a course of study, the student must first choose
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