Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 17
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September 13, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 17

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1 II Simpfon CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGES IN IOWA grant-in-akL ountrnp to fMfM detaiiMl i "~ ~ _ _ * Attrictfwt -maiUFBA Ire available to qualified students The University ha* several funds and particfeate*Jtt tional Defense Educational Bnanl Program sponsored l)y fhe Ife<tf era! Government award mast: rea An upperclassman who car- „— rently receives direct fmanriaF aid of any type from t&s Qni- versity must keep- his grades at a minimum average of "C?" to be» pBcaSoa eligible for its continuance. If denfS" ~ he is on an academic scholarship, record. his minimum average most be will Abundance Of recreation On campus Students at -Upper Iowa University have many opportunities for recreational activities during their leisure .hours. On campus there are two newly remodeled bowling lanes, two new tennis courts and the University swimming pooL Students are welcome to use the golf course facilities of the country clubs at nearby West Union and Sumner. A mineature golf course is also available in Fayette during the fall and spring semester. For those who like to hunt and fish the woods and streams throughout Fayette County abound in wild life. Steams are regularly stocked with trout by the State Conservation Commission and other fish such as bass, bullheads and suckers are to oe found in profusion. During the hunting season, hunters will find nlenty of pheasant, squirrel and rabbi? and occasionally deer when the county is open for deer sea- S °During the winter months many students find tobogganing, sledding and ice skating to be ex- Satmg recreation. Information L U To suftable slides and skating ponds can be obtained from Professor George Horton. For those students whose interests are more along the ro- club, Business Education club, ter the first week — Social and Political Issues club, Dropping, adding or sub- Lettermen's club, Vfeterans .club stituting a course and QaTnma Mu Sigma, music Private music lesson fee fraternity. These axe nor national Special Final Exam, fee social sororities or fraternities. (per cowse) The Student Social Life committee administers the weekly parties and dances and. the Student Government has an active One lesson .per week, one semester Two lessons pa week, one. semester 5.00 1.0ft 1.0ft 35.001 65.001 5.00T 1.00 UCUb \JVVC* Illiairm* ••••IT »•*• —••'.— ——— a . ^^ part in the administration of the Special examination fee- University policies. Laboratory equipment fees win vary from COSTS $3.00 — up General expenses at Upper *»" o * t *"* -7-7-=- for Iowa University are held to a The Zmita B.JGraf Han for modest level and yet include women accomodates 149 sta- many additional services not nor- dents and two adult counselors, mally available in the small The new dormitory fijrmen fur- standard four-year college. nishes rooming f/*™^ 0 *! The schedule of basic costs in- Jr^B-^gJ Jj .»£* S£ (12 to IBhours^ = ^ 'St'SL'SrSK sfi4S^^==rw» •«« - University approved resi- Dormitory room rent Laundry fee Board, cafeteria (minimum for all students who are not commuting or living at home) 11000 dences in the conununity after 10 00 t 116 dormitories are fined. Rental in private homes varies from $5 to $6 weekly. Meals are available in the Um- 81 no versity cafeteria located in the _____ Colgrove - Walker Memorial as™ sn building A student who registers Total, per semester $538.50 ^"^"f^ 12 c^oit hours dur- Special fees assessed new stu- Jw f £^ semester is required dents: ' io 00 to purchase 18 meal tickets for 7*150 that semester at a cost of $81. Additional meal tickets may be purchased as needed (a $5 meal 30 00 ticket for $4^0 in cash.) Matriculation fee Health examination fee — Special tuition charges: Tuition for 1 to 11 hours inclusive, per hour ! Tuition beyond the 16th hour, per hour — Tuition for auditing a course, per hour Security deposit SCHOLARSHIP AND 20.00 LOAN OPPORTUNITIES 10.00 A deserving and needy stu- 10.00 dent or prospective student who Sp~e=Tal Registration Fees: seeks direct ^™ I of Garden Over 45 different kinds flowers in all sizes, shape* colors, are massed in beds, round olots and borders about the yard at the Jay Donlin residence near Hinton. In addition to flowers, the Donlins have a large vege- Sle garden. One of the hybrid tomato varieties is an im- 5ort from Italy that costs $25 an o^ce for seeds. He was given the seed by a friend. Page 12) part in the religious life of the church of his or her choice. Vars active denominational clubs organized on the campus^ In tion to several protestant cub there is a YW-YMCA _for all students and a Newman Club for Catholic students. Other professional and social creations include the Student Education Association foreign language clubs, Sigma Nu Sigma ocfal sorority, Alpha Psi Omega dramatics fraternity. Pi Kappa Delta fcrensics. society, Kappa Eta Beta social sorority, Sigma Tau Delta Literary society, and Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, Science club, Executive Welcome Back STUDENTS And FACULTY HIUIS Of UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Huebner Motors Sumner, Iowa - ,'-*7 c "VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOMQT THE SEA? 1 Starring WALTER PIGEON ft WELCOME STUfrEKTS 1 To Tie 1 Watch for dates and future fisting in local paper SEASON when tody TKitt wmfc ar varied SWEATEB COL££P~- TIONl New«w*stetfcni4 ^ Yep? D*vcn '< ' Fully rayon- lined. Adjustable buttoned waistline, also elastic waist inserts for perfect fit. Blue, Green, Grey, Magent

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