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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-17

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16 GENERAL INFORMATION DAILY SERVICE AND LECTURES IN THEOLOGY Under the terms of the King's College London Transfer Act 1908 and the Statutes made thereunder the Council of King's College is required to provide at least one daily service in the College Chapel at which any students of University of London King's College and King's College for Women shall be at liberty to attend if they so desire and the time-table must be so arranged as to leave the time of the Chapel service free from lectures But no student is under any compulsion to attend such service and no student may be subject to any disability on account of his religious belief There will be daily service at each morning and special service at the beginning and end of term Commemoration Service is also held in Commemoration Week Under the terms of the King's CoUege London Transfer Act 1908 the Council is required to provide weekly Lecture in Theology The time-tables are so arranged as to allow any student who wishes it to attend these Lectures but no one may be compelled to do so The lectures will be given on Monday mornings at 30 They are designed for students desiring the Associateship of King's College and are provided for all regular students of the College without extra fee The same students can also he admitted by special permission to attend without extra fee single course of lectures among those regularly given in the Faculty of Theology ASSOCIATESHIP of KING'S COLLEGE General All students of University of London King's College and King's College for Women may obtain the Diploma of the Associateship of King's College under the following regulations They must have attended classes in the College for at least three years as Regular Students They must have obtained Degree in the University of London They must have regularly attended the two terms' course of instruction in Theology in each of the three years' course of study and have passed such examinations or other tests as may from time to time be required During the war provided all other conditions are in all cases satisfied Students who have passed the degree examination after two years' attendance and have been excused attendance for the third qualifying
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