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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-70

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faculty of theology Of Unattached Students -These students reside in licensed lodgings in the town and regulate their own expenses They pay to the University an admission fee of £2 and £5 10s terminally Scholarships -A Foundation Scholarship of £30 for one year open to students from this College is given at the October Entrance Examination and Gisborne מ Scholarship of like value at the January Examination Particulars may be obtained from the Secretary of Examinations The Univer- sity Durham For general information on all matters relating to the University life discipline lectures examinations &c see the Students' Guide to the University of Durham published at the Advertiser Office Durham price Is 6d FEES FOR COLLEGE CLASSES For Matriculated Students those attending the full prescribed Course class class class Morning Division £11 11 £13 13 per Term i8 per Term Evening Division per Term 110 each Class II Associates of the College pay the same fees as Class for both Morning and Evening Classes III The Matriculation Fees are £4 lbs 6d This sum is reduced to £2 14s &d in the case of those who have already Matriculated in the Evening Class Department IV The terminates are payable on the first day of each term and the card of admission must be registered with the Vice-Principal within the first fortnight If the fees are not paid within the term the Students attendance must be φ φ suspended until the payment is made After an attendance of Six Terms in the Morning or their equivalent in the Evening and Morning together only one-half of the above Fees are payable and Student of Nine Terms' standing in the Morning or their equivajent in the Evening and Morning together becomes entitled to free admission to all Lectures in this Faculty
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