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University of Kansas. 2 courses, 10 hours. Nominal limit 10 hours; | $15 per year for residents; No; except for Latin and Yes; out of school per- No limit.

no stated limit.

$20 for nonresidents; history; 1 part-time sons enrolled without $4 per credit hour for history and for Eng- credit. less than 4 hours.

lish and education. Kansas State Agri- Recommended not more 10 hours.

Vocational courses $3 | Yes; in considerable part. Yes; but largely sepa- No limit. cultural College... than 2.

for residents. Credit

rated in vocational, courses $10 per year

credit, and noncredit for residents, $15 for

courses.

nonresidents.
Kansas State Nor- 2 courses.
8 hours; 12 by permis- $15 for 8 hours per year A few special readers.

No limit.
mal School.

sion special committee. or $4 per credit hour.

Nonresidents $20.
State Manual Train- | 10 hours, but not more 10 hours.

$10 for 4 hours for resi- No.

Yes.

No limit.
ing Normal School. than 2 courses.

dents. $15 for non-
residents, $2 for each

additional hour.
Fort Hays Normal Recommended not more “Not expected" to com- $10 for 4 hours' course, $2 No; except 1 or 2 special Yes.

Director states not to
School
than 2. Additional plete more than 10. for each additional readers for a number

exceed 3 total. courses by special per

hour. Nonresidents of subjects. mission only.

$15 for 4 hours.

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Only with approval of Accept students' word 8 assignments, 6 hours' Catalogue so states.

dean of liberal arts for subject to transcript study per assignment.
incompleted courses. when demanded for
Dean of engineering either high-school or
allows new enroll- college correspondence
ments when impossi- study.
ble to carry full course
in residence.
Yes; with consent of In general, to be satisfied. 8 assignments.

Special announcement
dean.

states that they must

be satisfied. Yes; but only in lieu of Checked only for college 8 assignments..

Yes; with a few excep-
equal number of hours credit.

tions.
in residence work.
Yes; in the spring; but Not checked except on 15 to 20 meetings for
residence work
occasion.

double periods for a i
duced correspond-

5-hour credit course. ingly. No. Yes; if students desire 8 assignments.

Yes. credit.

30

State Manual Training Normal 60; no previous college 30
School.

re

30.

Institutions.

Semester hours' credit

allowed toward bachelor's degree.1

University of Kansas.

60 in liberal arts and
school of education,

of work for degree in
engineering Credit
not allowed 1 year and
30 hours satisfied in

residence.
Kansas State Agricultural College. No limit, except that 1

year's residence is re-
quired before gradua-

tion,
Kansas State Normal School... 60 hours.

residence is required.

Fort Hays Normal School.

60.

1 Correspondence and extension courses combined.

University of Kansas.

Usually 1 per week.

Same as for residence classes. 15.

Kansas State Agricultural College.

Standard is 1 visit every College entrance required 10.

week or 2 weeks. Some for those who receive

departures from this. credit. Standard 1 visit per week or College entrance must be 15 1 in 2 weeks.

satisfied if credits are allowed.

Prerequisites may be waived 15 class meetings of 2 hours

by instructor if he con- each for 2-hour credit
siders applicant qualified courses.
to pursue course to advan-

tage.
Held rigidly for those who 1 credit for 6 meetings of 2

secure credit. Others ad- hours each.
mitted to same class with-

out credit.
Catalogue specifies rigid

holdings. Careful inquiry failed to reveal operation of rule.

Kansas State Normal School.

30

State Manual Training Normal 30.

School.

Persons lacking high-school | 10.

education are enrolled.

Standard is a visit every 1 or

2 weeks. Much variation

from this. Every 2 weeks at least.

Fort Hays Normal School.

30

15

Yes

High-school graduation for

credit. Not rigidly examined.

9 faculty visits and 32 assign

ments for 4-hour course.

TABLE 21-Continued.
B.-EXTENSION CLASSES.

Institutions.

or semester hours students Maximum number of courses Maximum number of semesallowed to take at same

ter hours allowed per time.

year.

Fee.

Special
faculty.

Mixed
classes
permitted.

Semester hours allowed

toward bachelor's
degree.

60 in liberal arts and

school of education.
No limit.

60.

University of Kansas. 2 courses; 3 when student No regulation

$5 for 2-hour course........

No..

Yes.
has full time to devote.
Kansas State Agricultural College. Recommended not to exceed No limit announced.

$2.50 per semester-hour credit No...... Yes.
2 courses.
Kansas State Normal School..

2 courses

8 hours required; 12 by per- $5 to $6 for 2-hour course.... No.... Yes.

mission of a special com

mittee. State Manual Training Normal School. 10 hours; 2 courses.

10.

2 hours, $6; 3 hours, $8; 4 No..... Yes.

hours, $10; 5 hours, $12.
Fort Hays Normal School

4 semester hours.
8.
$10 for 4 hours' credit.

No... Yes.

60.

60.

Institutions.

Number of
semester

credits
allowed
toward life
certificate.

Frequency of visits by

instructor.

Entrance requirements.

Minimum

class
group.

Observance of prerequisites.

Length of time per credit.

1 Classes which contain students who have not met entrance requirements as well as those who have.

* Correspondence and extension courses combined.

INDEX.

Accounting at institutional business offices, 125–126.
Accredited high schools. See High schools,

(accredited).
Agricultural college and university, functions, 36-58.
Agricultural education, 87-90, 106-111.
Agricultural extension work, 102.
American Council on Education, standard regarding

admission to college, 33.
Appropriations to educational institutions, 153.
Architecture, instruction, University of Kansas, 42-

45.
Association of Land-Grant Colleges, report on

experiment station organization and policy, 108-

109.
Buildings and equipment, 117–118.
Business manager, functions and duties, 122-132.
Business offices at educational institutions, 123–124.
Classes, size, 148.
Colleges and universities, privately controlled,

enrollment and graduates, 152.
Correspondence and extension work, 96-102.
Correspondence study, 155-156.
Courses of instructions, 147.
Credit hours, 147.
Degrees, number granted, 148.
Education, instruction, University of Kansas, 50-

52.
Elementary and secondary education, 2-3.
Elementary schools, enrollment, 3.
Engineering, University of Kansas, 40–42.
Enrollment, elementary schools, 3; high schools, 3,

142–143; normal schools, 145–146.
Expenditures, 154.
Experiment station, Kansas State Agricultural

College, 9-10.
Experiment station organization, 108–109.
Extension and correspondence work, 96-102.
Extension classes, 157.
Faculties, number of members, 151.
Financial organization, 122-132; recommendations,

127-132.
Financial reports, 126, 128–129.
Financial support, 114.
Florida, central board of control, 12–13.
Fort Hays Normal School, 73–74, 147; correspond-

ence study, 155-156; extension classes, 157; number

of members of faculty, 151; size of classes, 148.
General background, 1-10.
Georgia, University of, board of trustees and public

funds, 17.
Graduate study and research, University of Kansas,

104-106.
Graduates, enrolled in privately controlled colleges

and universities, 152; vocations, University of

Kansas, 149.
Hays Normal School, 87; students from unaccredited

high schools, 34.

High schools, attendance, 142; enrollment, 3; gradu-

ates, 143; per cent of population 14 to 18 years of
age enrolled, 142; per cent of total school enroll-

ment, 142.
High schools (accredited), entrance deficiencies of

graduates, 31-34.
High schools (unaccredited), students at Hays Nor-

mal School, 34; graduates at Pittsburg Normal
School, 34; students at Kansas State Normal

School, 34–35.
History of the establishment of higher institutions,

4-10.
Home economics, extension work, 102; University

of Kansas, 52-55.
Hospital, university, policy as to support, 137.
Idaho, State board of education, 18.
Illiteracy, 2-3.
Income, 154.
Industries of Kansas, 1-2.
Investment, higher education, 119-121.
Iowa, State board of education, 15–16, 30.
Journalism, instruction at University of Kansas,

48–49; instruction at various universities and

land-grant colleges in the United States, 49–50.
Kansas board of education, analysis of law estab-

lishing, 23-29.
Kansas State Agricultural College, correspondence

study, 155-156; establishment, 6–9; expenditures
for agricultural and home economics extension,
154; extension classes, 157; number of courses,
147; number of degrees granted, 148; number of
members of faculty, 151; number of students, 144;

size of classes, 148; vocations of graduates, 150.
Kansas State Normal School, 66, 87-88; correspond-

ence study, 155-156; extension classes, 157; num-
ber of courses offered, 147; number of members of
faculty, 151; size of classes, 148; students from un-

accredited high schools, 34-35.
Kansas University Medical School, 103–140.
Klein, A. J., on class extension work, 98.
Liberal arts and sciences, instruction, University of

Kansas, 55-58.
Lyon, E. P., report on medical school of the Uni-

versity of Kansas, 133-140.
Manhattan, school of agriculture, 109-111.
Manual and industrial training, 74-85.
Medical schools, 103-104, 133–140.
Mill tax urged, support of higher institutions, 118–

119.
Minnesota, State board of control, 12.
Montana, State board of education, 17-18.
Music, instruction, University of Kansas, 45-48.
National University Extension Association, resolu-

tions on extension credit courses, 98.
Normal school (State), establishment, 9-10.
Normal schools, 72-95; curricula, 67-70; dissipation

of teacher-training functions, 70-72; enrollment,
145-146; establishment of additional, 66.

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