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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-44

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GENERAL INFORMATION 45 REGISTER OF ASSOCIATES Associates of King's College have tho following privileges provided they have their names on the Register of Associates the fee for which is £1 10 Participation in the election of two members of the CouncU of King's College Attendance at the lectures given in the Faculty of Theology at reduction of 20 per cent in the fee for the whole course for the Associateship or at the course at fee of 10 guineas term Admission to College lectures and classes exclusive of labora- tories at reduction of 20 per cent in the fees The use of the Library free of charge during the period of study Receipt of copy of the Annual Report of the College RESIDENCE I-Kino's College Hostel Vincent Square Westminster This hostel is for men members of the Theological Faculty only In the four-year course which is now regulation ap- proved by the Council of King's College for all King's College ordinands the third year must be spent in residence at the Hostel and the fourth year at the college at Warminster which was opened in July 1948 Although the Hostel is thus in the main final year place of residence there is certain number of rooms available for junior members of the Faculty and longer period than one year of residence is strongly recommended whenever possible Provision is made for full board on Saturdays and Sundays and for breakfast tea and dinner on other days The inclusive charge is £145 session payable in three terminal instal- ments of £49 £48 £48 For conditions of entry regulations etc ap- plication should be made to the Dean King's College Strand II-King's College Haix Warden Kenn 8c Eng Sc King's College Hall stands in grounds of some four acres at the highest point of Denmark Hill and is reached from the College in about twenty- five minutes by bus or train There are places for 101 residents men only some of which are reserved for students at King's College Hospital The public rooms include three pleasantly furnished common-rooms two billiard-rooms and well-stocked library The gardens contain two hard tennis-courts and residents in the Faculty of Medicine are allowed to use the squash rackets courts at King's College Hospital Accommodation is in single study-bedrooms or in shared rooms for which the fees for the session 1957-58 will be £130 or £135 single rooms and £120 shared rooms respectively This includes breakfast and dinner throughout the term and lunch and tea at week-ends Resident's rooms are heated by gas-fires with individual meters and there is central heating in all public rooms The Hall is five minutes walk from Denmark Hill station the follow- ing bus routes are convenient from the Strand 68 176 and 196 from the Embankment 184 from Victoria station 185 Application for admission should be made to the Sub-Warden King's College Hall Champion Hill as early as possible in the year in which the candidate wishes to enter the Hall Applications made after April 30th are unlikely to be successful These fees will each be £10 higher for the session 1958-69
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