Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 32
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32 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
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
STUDENTS WHO RECEIVE FREE TUITION.
All students preparing exclusively for church work or
Christian service are given free tuition in Abilene Christian
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 above reproach.
All students receiving free tuition on this score are required
to take one course each term in the College of the
Bible in addition to the Bible class that is required of all
students. They must select some definite schedule leading to
certification and take courses required for it as they are offered
from term to term.
These students must also be willing to take the lead in
religious activities of the school, particularly mission study,
young people's meetings, and Bible classes on Sunday.
Students receiving free tuition must make grades averaging
B or above, counting all their courses, and must pursue at least
twelve hours of regular work.
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