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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-57

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GENERAL INFORMATION King's College was founded by Royal Charter on its present site in 1829 Until 1910 the government of the College was vested in the Council of King's College but since that date this body has continued as the Governing Body of the Theological Department only In the same year the five College faculties of Arts Engineering Laws Medi- cal Science and Natural Science were incorporated within the Uni- versity of London and placed under the control of College Delegacy which has been appointed annually since that date by the Senate of the University The Principal the Dean the Secretary the Librarian and the Registrar are concerned with the activities of the whole College Each faculty is under the special superintendence of the Professor annually appointed as its dean The Theological Department is 'school' of the University of London in the Faculty of Theology and its administra- tive head is the Dean of King's College The College Buildings The main building is sited at the eastern end of the Strand and its architect was Robert Smirke who designed it as complement to Sir William Chambers's grand conception of Somerset House It took two years to complete and the first session opened in 1831 The building which adjoins Somerset House includes the Chapel Great Hall lecture theatres museums libraries and number of laboratories for practical work in most subjects Over the years additional property has been acquired and converted to College use in the area surrounding the main building bounded by the Strand Surrey Street and Temple Place The College has gradually over the last forty years acquired properties in outlying areas Two academic departments arc housed outside the main College site the Department of Biophysics was opened in 1964 in Drury Lane and the Department of Botany conducts its classes at Half Moon Lane Heme Hill Admission of Students Students of the College are either Full-time or Occasional Full-time students are those admitted to the regular and full courses of study prescribed in their respective faculties Occasional students are those 61
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