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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1974-1975-92

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General Information 99 The Hearing Committee may adjourn the court for period not exceed- ing one week for the purpose of deciding upon the order to be made 10 The Hearing Committee may at their discretion at any time during the the course of the hearing and particularly for the purpose of reaching their decision on the question of proof or of the appropriate order order the room to be vacated or may themselves retire to another room for private discussion 11 Notice of Appeal must be given to the Chairman of the Hearing Com- mittee or to the Principal or in the case of theological student the Dean within fifteen days of the announcement of the decision appealed against Residence Residential accommodation for students cannot be found in the im- mediate vicinity of the College and students not living at home or with some responsible relative or friend are strongly advised to seek accommodation at College or University hall of residence or in lodgings which have been inspected and classified by the University of London Accommodation Office list of halls of residence which offer accommodation to King's College students is given below and students wishing to live in any of them should write direct for an application form and further details As the number of vacancies occurring in halls each year is very limited applications for admission should be made as early as possible Students seeking lodging accommodation are urged to write to the Accommo- dation Office as soon as they know they will be requiring the assistance of the Accommodation Officer in finding accommodation KING'S COLLEGE HALLS OF RESIDENCE King's College Hostel Vincent Square Westminster SW1 This hostel is for men members of the Theological Faculty only In the four-year course for ordinands at King's College the third year must be spent in residence at the Hostel and the pre-ordination year at the college at Canterbury which was opened in September 1969 The Hostel in Vincent Square was built in 1913 and final wing with Chapel and Library was added in 1929 In addition to rooms for third-year students there is certain number of rooms available each year for junior members of the Faculty Provision is made for full board on Saturdays and Sundays and for breakfast tea and dinner on other days The inclusive charge is Ā£298 session For conditions of entry regulations etc application should be made to the Dean King's College Strand WC2R 2LS
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