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HONORS AT GRADUATION IN JUNE

Applications for These and Degrees With Distinction Due Tomorrow.

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Candidates for final honors at graduation or candidates for degrees with distinction in June are reminded that tomorrow, November 1, is the last day for filing applications. In either case, the student must present a written application to the Dean of the College. No application is granted without the written recommendation of the instructors in the department or division concerned.

Every candidate for honors must pass with distinction the regular examinations in the courses required of him; must pass, near the close of the Senior year, a special examination, conducted by a committee of the Faculty, to test the range and accuracy of his knowledge of the subject in which he offers himself for honors; and must present such theses as may be called for. A candidate for a degree with distinction "in a subject or related subjects" shall study under the direction of a department, division or special committee, which shall, if satisfied with his work, recommend him for that degree. If his work be judged unworthy of distinction, but worthy of a degree, this body may recommend him for a degree without distinction.

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