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Every student in Harvard College, the Law School, the Graduate School of Applied Science, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School of Business Administration, and the Divinity School, except a special student whose work for the whole academic year is to be less than two full courses, is required to pay before 5 P. M. today $90, the first instalment of the tuition fee.
Every special student whose work for the whole academic year is to be less than two full courses is required to pay before 5 P. M. today his entire fee for the year.
Every first-year student in the Dental School is required to pay to the Bursar before 5 P. M. today $147 for fees and deposits; each second and third- year student is required to pay, in like manner, $100; each student entering any subsequent year is required to pay, in like manner, $50.
Every first-year student in the Medical School is required to pay to the Bursar before 5 P. M. today $154 for fees and deposits; each second-year student is required to pay, in like manner, $128; and all other students are required to pay, in like manner, $120.
A student who is doing less than full work is required to present at the Bursar's Office, at the beginning of the academic year, a certificate from the Dean, the Recorder, or the Secretary of his school, stating the courses that he is taking; and he is not permitted to attend courses that are not included in the certificate. The fee for a half-course alone is $30; for a whole course the fee is $45; for two half-courses the fee is $50; for a whole course and a half course the fee is $70, and so on up to $150.
Each student whose dues to the University remain unpaid on the day fixed for the payment is required at once to cease attending lectures of recitations, using libraries, laboratories, gymnasium, athletic grounds or buildings, boarding at the Harvard Dining Association or at the Randall Hall Association, and making use of any other privileges as a student, until his financial relations with the University have been arranged satisfactorily to the Bursar.
A student who neither pays his dues nor makes arrangement with the Bursar for their postponement within three days after the date fixed for their payment, and who thereby loses his privileges but is shortly readmitted thereto, is required to pay a fee of $10 before resuming his standing in the University.
The holder of a scholarship or other form of beneficiary aid is required by the rules to sign a receipt at the Bursar's Office for each payment made. By applying at the Bursar's Office at the beginning of the academic year and signing a receipt, the holder of such aid may receive an advance on the stipend thereof, which will be credited to him in payment of his tuition-fee.
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