Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 28
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28 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
hibit a graduate from one department participating in a contest
which is properly grouped under another department.
It is the ambition of the college to establish in the students
those high standards and ideals of conduct that inspire them
to live lives of true helpfulness and genuine refinement. To
this end the emphasis of control is placed not upon outside
authority, but upon the inner sense of responsibility and duty
normally residing in each young person. The college will,
therefore, endeavor to surround men and women with that
atmosphere which will engender, encourage, and foster in
them a sense of their own worthiness and dignity which they
cannot afford to violate.
Below are some regulations which each student must
respect. No student can be self-governed who does not see
that he keeps these regulations; the discipline committee will
be his governor.
The college life is that of a great family. The students
and teachers are bound together by mutual interests. The discipline
is parental in character. Principles are stressed as
motives for action.
Students are required to pursue diligently their prescribed
course of study. In case of a failure to maintain satisfactory
standing, either in grade of work done, or in conduct, the
student may be removed from the class or from the school.
A student may be deprived, for any sufficient cause, of
any honor or privilege, where the good name of the college
Boarding students will not be permitted to spend a night
away from their regular boarding places.
Students are not permitted to receive guests except by special
Students must not leave the campus during school hours
without permission from a member of the faculty.
Halls and stairways must be quiet and free from disturbances
at all times. After 7 p. m., the students' homes will be
kept quiet so as to afford full opportunity to study. After 7
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