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III. PEES OP NON-COLLEGIATE STUDENTS.

In the case of Non-Collegiate Students, the only expenses beyond their control for which a previous estimate can be formed, are the following fees:—

£ s. d.

1. Fee to the University at matriculation . . 2100

2. Fee to the Delegates upon entrance . . 2 10 o

3. Caution-money, payable at matriculation, and

returnable on removal of the name from the

books of the Delegates . . . .200

4. Quarterly fee to the University, payable for the

first four years during which the name is re-
tained on the books of the University (after
that time the Quarterly fee will be 5j.) . o 10 o

5. Quarterly fee to the Delegates:

(1) For the first three years during which the

name is retained on the books of the
Delegates, unless the degree of B.A. has
been sooner taken . . .0176

(2) For every subsequent quarter during which

the name is retained on the books of the
Delegates . . .026

6. Entrance fee to the Library . .0100

7. When a member of a College or Hall becomes

a Non-Collegiate Student he pays a fee of
£2 10s. He also pays the above-mentioned
caution-money and terminal fees.

8. Fee payable to the University by each Student

who lives in a licensed Lodging-house, per
Term . . . . .036

Under a Statute passed in May 1881, each Student is placed in the charge of a Tutor appointed by the Delegates. The Tutors are allowed to charge a fee for each course of Lectures, but such fee is not, in any case, to exceed £1 lot. per course. Students should reckon on having to pay for their tuition about £9 or £12 a year.

THE END.

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