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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1979-1980-82

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General Information 89 theological students but he will act in concert with the Principal if questions arise which affect the discipline of other students or of the College as whole These responsibilities will be carried out in accord- ance with the provisions contained in the Procedure for the Trial of Offences Against College Rules' Rules These Rules are promulgated by the Delegacy under the authority of Regula- tion 64 of the Regulations of University of London King's College and by the Theological Committee under the authority of Regulation 54 of the Byelaws and Regulations of the Theological Department of King's College Alterations or additions thereto may be made by the Delegacy or the Theological Com- mittee or by the Principal or Dean on the authority of and subject to con- firmation by the Delegacy with the Theological Committee and when promulgated shall take effect as if they were part of these Rules All students shall comply with instructions given by the Principal the Dean and other officers or servants of the College In the event of proceedings being brought for non-compliance with any such instructions it shall be defence that the instruction was unreasonable or unnecessary in the circum- stances for the proper functioning and efficiency of the College Any breach of the Rules of English Criminal Law committed by student on College premises or whilst engaged on College activities is breach of these Rules Any trespass to or unauthorised occupation of the buildings or any part of them of the College is an offence if continued after the expiration of reason- able notice given by or on the authority of the Principal or Dean It is an offence for any person alone or in conjunction with others to carry into execution or cause to be carried into execution any activity which is calculated or likely to prejudice substantially the functioning and efficiency of the College or its personnel All students shall comply with the General Regulations of the College and those affecting the conduct of examinations and the use of the Library contained in the Calendar for the time being in force ii The rules promulgated from time to time in respect of the Halls of Residence shall be deemed to be part of the College Rules iii All students shall comply with notices on administrative matters posted on the general notice boards on the authority of the Principal or Dean of which they shall be deemed to be aware College tuition fees and subscriptions as prescribed by the Delegacy or Council are payable by 21 October each year or in the case of postgraduate students enrolling during the session within 14 days of the date of the account unless special arrangements have been agreed in writing with the Accountant Fees for residential accommodation are payable in the first week of each term Any student who fails to setde accounts within the prescribed period may be given notice in writing that failure to complete payment within 21 days will render him liable to be suspended from attendance at the College and to have his College and University registration cancelled
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