Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 20
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 20

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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fa.tte sive arts me may m ll) — - 2.W grade ayer- result. in acadt-mir prp- second semester in toad may be f \ £r ,ji»«wre than 12 semester hours. to achieve at 2.00 grade _ wffl result in ^s^aatl .at aid «f that time. ndents in good standing wffl be admitted by transfer from an .accredited **" n "g' > or university. ATHLETIC PROGRAM In intercollegiate athletics qual- iSuA stan** 1 *" may participate in 4MHabr ^competition , ii football, 1m****"", baseball, wrestling, ten«is and track. Freshmen are eligible for varsity competition. Recent Upper Iowa entries in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Cott- ference have met with outstanding having von ^ in each of the major snorts. There is a fun schedule of intramural sports during the fan, winter and spring. Campus bowling alleys, tenais courts, gymnasium and swimming pool, plus off -campus golfing, *" m< * n Ci fishing and tobogganing offer excellent lyrr*"*^ 1 ™'! 4fln>o rt " t " t "* g - ORGANIZATlOitS ' Student activities on the Upper Iowa University campus outside dais hours are planned to suit every taste. •The Young Republicans 'and Young P»«i""'"*s offer an introduction to local, state and national politics. The Board of Trustees and the University Admistration encourages faculty participation in community activities. The foOowing resolution was passed by the Board on October 30, 1959: "Whereas. .. the philosophy of the Board of Trustees *"** (be Administration of Upper Iowa University con- cermng the rights' and privileges «t me University employees to imr*»c»pafr' in local, state and national activities, especially in the realm of politics, and since it .is an established fact that a free political Syrian calls for an inteQ-. igent, enlightened, active participating citizenship, be it resolved •ifiat University employees be en- 4xnraged to participate in an com- jomfty enterprises — acting, not J-as representing the University, but mdividual citizens in tbeir own choose the band, chorus or the Puwenaly Players. All three perform in regularly scheduled events. The Collegian, college newspaper and the Peacock, college year- topok, offer writing, reporting, advertising and photographic outlets for students with interests in journalism. The administration encourages each student to take an active part in the religious life of the church of his or her choice. Various active denominational dubs are organized on the campus. In addition to several protestant dubs, there is a YW-YMCA for all students and a Newman dub s for Catholic students. Other professional and social organizations include the Student Education Association, foreign language clubs, Sigma Nu Sigma social sorority, Alpha Psi Omega dramatics fraternity, Pi Kappa Delta forensics society, Kappa Eta Beta social sorority, Sigma Tau Delta Literary society, and Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, Science dub, Executive dub, Business Education club, Social and Political Issues dub, Lettermen's dub, Veterans club and Gramma Mu Sigma, music fraternity. There are no national social sororities or fraternities. The Student Social Life committee administers the weekly parties and dances and the Student Government has an active part in the administration of the University policies. OQS1S General expenses at Upper Iowa University are held to a modest level and yet include many additional services not normally available in the small standard four- year college. The schedule of basic costs includes: Tuition $315.00 Standard Fees $72.50 (Accident Insurance, Library, Recording, Student Activity, and Building Fee) Matriculation Fee $10.00 (Payable only on first registration) ? 1 W* extend a welcome to the new students, and hope yon nave 4 enjoyable years. 5 • ' FAYETTC THEATTU WELCOMES YOU BACK lours. - Fii - Sat Sept 13-14 -IS TONY CURTIS THE OOTSIM Sun. - Moo. - Tues. Sept. 16 - 17 - 18 NATALIE WOOD WARREN BEATTY ffl THE GRASS FAYETTE THEATRE Board $175.00 (Required of students living in University controlled bousing) Room - $140.00 (University controlled bousing) Books $40.00 (Average estimate, payable to the Bookstore) TOTAL COSTS PER SEMESTER $752.50 "*There may be other fees assessed depending on the course of study (e-g., art, music, chemistry). Special fees assessed new stu- clcntsi Matriculation fee $10.00 Health examination fee $ 7.50 Special tuition charges: Tuition for 1 to 11 hours inclusive, per hour $30.00 Tuition beyond the 16th hour, per hour • 520.00 Tuition for auditing a course, per hour $10.00 Security deposit $10.00 Special Registration Fees: Penalty for registering late during first week $ 2.00 Penalty for registering after the first week $ 5.00 Dropping, adding or substituting a course $ 1.00 Private music lesson fee Special Final Exam, fee (per course) $ LOO One lesson per week, one semester $35.00 Two lessons per week, one semester $65.00 Special examination fee $ 5.00 Laboratory equipment fees will vary from $3.00 — up Transcript fees $ 1.00 The Zinita B. Gfaf Hall for women accomodates 149 students and two adult counselors. The new dormitory for men furnishes rooming accommodations for 219 men and two resident counselor families plus a guest room, a library and recreational lounges. Rooms are also available in University approved residences in the community after the dormitories are filled. Rental in private homes varies from $5 to $6 weekly. Meals are available in the University cafeteria located in the Colgrove - Walker Memorial build- Welcome U. L U. Faculty & Students From SINGERS BOTTLE GAS SERVICE R.CA, WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES PLUMBING NEEDS ELECTRIC WIRING CONSTRUCTION & REMODELING Gene Wm. Singer GENERAL CONTRACTORS Plumbing, Heating, Wiring Fayette, Iowa ing. SCHOLARSHIP AND LOAN OPPORTUNITIES A deserving and needy student or prospective student who seeks direct financial assistance with his basic college expenses may apply to the Scholarships committee for -a scholarship or grant-in-aid Assistance in amounts up to $500 is available. A detailed application form must be submitted giving specific information. Attractive student loans are available to qualified students. The University has several loan funds and participates in the National Defense Educational Loan Program sponsored by the Federal Government An upperdassman who currently receives direct financial aid of any type from the University must keep bis grades at a minimum average of "C" to be eligible for its continuance. If he is on an academic scholarship, his minimum average must be "B". An award for direct financial aid is for an academic year only and is not automatically reassigned. A student who desires to continue to receive such an award must reapply for it each year using the standard application form. The Scholarships Committee shall then review the application in the light of the student's academic and activities record. A high academic record will usually guarantee renewal of an academic scholarship award. BAUM'S 'TOUR STORE FOR STYLE" OELWEIN, IOWA Say goodbye to shirt hangover! A young man of any age wW fancy himself !h this lean arid tapered University Club shirt by Shapely. It boasts popover styling and the new wanted finap collar. In a masculine range of colon. Northerns* Iowa's Collegiate Style Center Features These Nationally Advertised University Brands CRICKETEER Suits and Sport Coats BROOKFIELD Twist Sport Coats GULF STREAM Slim Trim Slacks MANHATTAN University Row Shirts McGREGOR Sweaters ADAM "Harvard 40" Hats ALLIGATOR All Weather Coats WINDBREAKER Jackets ESQUIRE Olympian Socks MUNSING Underwear JIM TAPPER Will Be The Representative For BAUM'S CLOTHING On The UPPER IOWA CAMPUS If You have any questions, or wish any information regarding styles, fabrics, cofers size, please consult Jim. YOURSTORE FOR STYLE OELWEIN, IOWA or BAUM'S FREE DELIVERY IN FAYETTE

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