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4. Incorporation Fees.

These Fees are payable immediately before Incorporation takes place.

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5. Annual Fees.

These Fees, in the case of Members of Colleges or Halls, are usually paid in the first instance by the College or Hall, and included in the quarterly or terminal account; in the case of Unattached Students they must be paid to the Censors terminally in advance.

For a Member of a College or Hall . . .100 For a Student not attached to a College or Hall:

(1) Until he has completed his twelfth Term . 4100

(2) Afterwards . . . . .100

6. Miscellaneous Fees.

To the Clerk of the Schools for every Certificate of having satisfied the Examiners in any Examination, or of having been placed in any Class List in such Examination . . . o 1 o

To the Registrar of the University:

(1) For a copy of any Matriculation-paper or Examination Certificate . . . .020

(2) For a Certificate of having obtained any

Degree . . . . . 050 II. COLLEGE EXPENSES.

1. Admission Fees, And Caution Money.

At University the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £30, which is returned when the name is removed from the College books.

At Balliol, for a resident in College, the admission fee is £2, the caution-money £21: for a resident out of College, there is no admissionfee, the caution-money is £5. In either case the caution-money is returned when the name is removed from the College books.

At Merton the admission-fee consists of a payment of £1 10s. to the College library: the caution-money is £20 for a scholar, £30 for a commoner.

At Exeter the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £25; which latter sum is returned when the name is removed from the College books.

At Oriel the admission-fee is £5 ; the caution-money is, for Scholars, Adam de Brome's Exhibitioners, and Clerks, £10, for Commoners £30.

At Queen's the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money is, for Scholars, Clerks, and Exhibitioners the value of whose Exhibition exceeds £60 per annum, £15—for Commoners £30, of which £10 is returned at the B.A. degree, £10 at M.A., and the remainder when the name is removed from the College books.

At New College there is no admission-fee: no caution-money is required from Commoners who pay the fixed College charges in advance terminally and their College bills weekly. For other Commoners the caution-money is £30, of which £20 is returned to those who have taken the degree of B.A. and have ceased to reside, and the whole when the name is removed from the College books.

At Lincoln the admission-fee is £3 3s., the caution-money £30, of which £10 is returned on taking the degree of B.A., £10 at M.A., and the whole (or remainder) in case of death or the name being removed from the College books.

At Magdalen there is no admission-fee: persons elected on the Foundation of the College pay no caution-money, but Commoners pay £40, which is returned When they either take the degree of B.A. or remove their names from the College books. Persons who keep their names on the books after taking the degree of B.A. pay a fresh caution of £5, which is accounted for to them on the removal of their name.

At Brasenose the admission-fee is £4 14s., the caution-money £25 for Commoners, £20 for Scholars.

At Corpus, for persons who battel either wholly or partially in College the caution-money is £30; for persons who both reside and battel wholly out of College, it is £15. In either case the cautionmoney is returned when the name is removed from the College books.

At Christ Churoh the admission-fee for both Commoners and Students is £19 10s.; the caution-money, for Commoners, is £10 10s., which is returned when the name is taken off the books.

At Trinity the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £30. Of the caution-money £20 is returned on the degree of MA. being taken: the whole is returned on the removal of a name from the books.

At St. John's the admission-fee is £6 3s., the caution-money is £30, of which £20 is returned on taking the degree of B.A.; the remainder on removal of the name from the College books.

At Jesus the admission-fee is about £2 10s., the caution-money £20.

At "Wadham the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £30.

At Pembroke the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £30.

At 'Worcester the admission-fee is £8, the caution-money £20, of which £10 is returned on taking the M.A. degree, the remainder when the name is removed from the College books. For Fellow-Commoners the admission-fee is £28, the caution-money £30, of which £20 is returned on taking the M.A. degree.

At St. Mary Hall, for persons who pay their battels in advance the admission-fee is £5, and no caution-money is required; for other persons the admission-fee is £12 2s. 6d., and the caution-money £30, of which £10 is returned on taking the B.A. degree, and £10 on taking the M.A. degree.

At Magdalen Hall the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £20, of which half is returned on taking the degree of M.A., the remainder on removing the name from the books. Gentlemen-Commoners pay an admission-fee of £10, and £25 for caution-money.

At St. Edmund Hall, for those who enter upon the Prepayment system, there is no admission-fee and no caution-money. For other students the admission-fee is £5, the caution-money £14, which is returned whenever the name is removed from the books.

At St. Alban Hall the admission-fee is £5: no caution-money is required.

At Keble the admission-fee is included in the annual College charge: no caution-money is required.

At Charsley's Hall the admission-fee is £2 10s.: no caution-money is required.

2. Tuition Fees.

At University, £22 Is. annually, which continues to be paid during each Term of residence up to that of passing the last Examination in the Final Schools.

At Balliol, £25 annually, which continues to be paid by both classes of residents during each Term of residence up to that in which they pass their last Examination in any School, inclusive.

At Merton, £22 1s. annually for three years: £1 is. per Term afterwards during residence until the degree of B.A. is taken.

At Exeter, £22 1s. annually for three years: afterwards £3 3s. for each Term of residence up to the Term, inclusive, of passing all Examinations necessary for the B A. degree. If however any student, having passed the First Public Examination, reads to the satisfaction of his instructors in the School of Natural Science, the College will allow £5 5s. per Term until the expiration of his first three years, and £3 3s. per Term during the remaining Terms of residence.

At Oriel, £21 annually, payable by all Undergraduates during residence.

At Queen's, £24 annually for three years: £1 1s. per Term afterwards to those who are still attending College lectures. The Tutors allow £5 per Term out of his tuition-fees to a student who has passed Moderations and is reading to the satisfaction of his Tutors in Natural Science.

At Lincoln, £21 annually for three years.

At New College, £21 annually until the last Examination has been passed.

At Magdalen, £21 annually until the last Examination has been passed.

At Brasenose, £22 1s. annually for three years.
At Corpus, £27 annually for three years.

At Christ Church, £22 1s. annually until the end of the eighth Term of residence (counting three Terms in a year), after which an Undergraduate is free to attend lectures without further payment.

At Trinity, £23 2s. annually for three years.

At St. John's, £21 annually for three years.

At Jesus, £18 18s. a year.

At "Wadham, £22 10s. annually for three years.

At Pembroke, £21 annually until the end of the twelfth term of residence; afterwards, £8 8s. annually during residence.

At "Worcester, £21 annually for the first two years; £ 15 annually for the third and fourth years; and £9 for the fifth year. The fees for instruction in Natural Science are paid by the Tutors up to the amount of the tuition-fees. Fellow-Commoners pay £40 annually for three years.

At St. Mary Hall, £20 annually for three years at least, and for such further time as an Undergraduate avails himself of the tuition which is afforded by the Hall. This sum is included in the gross sum paid by Commoners under the Frugal System.

At St. Alban Hall, the tuition-fee is included in the gross sum which is mentioned below.

At St. Edmund Hall, on the Prepayment System, the tuition-fee is included in the sum paid in advance each Term. For other students the tuition-fee is £15 15s. annually for three years; £3 3s. per Term afterwards, if tuition is required.

At Keble, the tuition-fee is included in the gross annual sum which is mentioned below.

At Charsley's Hall there is no fixed tuition-fee: members are at liberty to elect their own tutors.

3. Establishment, Servants, And General Charges.

Note.In comparing the charges of the several Colleges in this section, it is important to observe that the same charges are not made uniformly under the same head. In some Colleges the contribution towards the cost of the maintenance of the Establishment is charged as a separate item, and provisions are supplied to the student as nearly as possible at cost price; while in others the same expenses are covered by charging a per-centage of twenty-five or thirty per cent, upon all articles which are supplied.

At Balliol, (1) residents in College pay the following annual charges:— College servants and general expenses, £12; bedmakers, £4; building fund, £3; name, 8s.; chapel, logic lectures, land tax, parish priest, 19s. In addition to the above, a gratuity of £1 10s. per Term to the bedmaker is recognized by the College. (2) Residents out of College (including those who have gone into lodgings after twelve Terms' residence in College) pay annually 8s.

At Merton, (1) residents in College pay an annual charge of £12 for servants, besides which a payment of £1 per Term to the upper servant of their rooms and 10s. to the lower servant is recognized. (2) Residents out of College pay in proportion to the use which they make of the College establishment and servants. There are no establishment charges.

At Exeter, the following charges are payable annually:—College dues: (1) Until the Term, inclusive, of taking the degree of B.A., £9 9s.; (2) From that time until the twenty-seventh Term, £5 5s.; (3) After taking the degree of M.A., 12s. Establishment charges (i. e. College servants, except those in the kitchen and buttery, delivery of coals and letters, shoe-cleaning, chimney-sweeping, warming and lighting the chapel, hall, and stair-case, choir-fund, &c.), (a) for residents in College, £4 10s.; (6) for residents out of College, £2 10s. In addition to the above, a per-centage of £25 per cent, is charged upon all articles supplied out of the kitchen and buttery, which is intended to cover the necessary working expenses of those departments: and a payment to the bedmaker of £1 for Lent Term, £1 for Easter Term, and £1 10s. for Michaelmas Term, is recognized by the College.

At Oriel, Undergraduates resident in College pay an annual charge of £15, resident out of College, £9.

At Queen's, (1) residents in College pay the following annual charges: —establishment (including salaries of cooks, hall waiters, porters, shoe and knife cleaning, delivery of letters, hall fire, gas, &c), £9 18s.; choir

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