SECOND TUITION FEE DUE FRIDAY
Men Taking Over Two and One-Half Courses Must Pay $50.
Every student registered in a Cambridge department of the University whose work for the whole academic year is to amount to two and one-half courses or more (except Law and Divinity students) is required to pay to the Bursar the second instalment of his tuition fee, a sum of $50, before 1 o'clock Friday. Every such student whose work for the whole year is to be less than two and one-half courses must pay in like manner his entire tuition fee for the year minus the amount already paid in the first instalment.
Any student whose dues to the University remain unpaid at this time is required at once to cease attending lectures or recitations, using libraries, laboratories, athletic grounds or buildings, boarding at the dining halls, and making use of any other privileges as a student until his financial relations with the University have been arranged satisfactorily to the Bursar. Failure to comply with this rule is deemed cause for separation of the student from the University. A student in the College who is deprived of his privileges for non-payment of dues is liable for a special fee of $10 before resuming his standing in the University.
Price Greenleaf Aids and scholarships awarded from funds in the possession of the University will be credited in payment of the tuition fee without action on the part of the holder, unless the terms of the scholarship foundation or of the award require a receipt to be given. In the latter event, and in all cases not otherwise specified, no credit will be given until the holder has called at the Bursar's office and signed the required acknowledgement.