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University of Wisconsin / The winter course in dairy manufacturing, 1935-36

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COURSES IN DAIRY MANUFACTURING
tion returnable). Bacteriology laboratory fee $3.00, Memorial Union
$i.oo, Total $24.50.
    Fees for students taking a special part of the Winter Dairy
Course are as follows:
For a period not exceeding six weeks.
    Resident Students: Incidental fee $4.25, Memorial Union $i.00,
laboratory fee $5.oo, breakage deposit (partly returnable) $2.00, To-
tal for resident students $I2.25. Additional tuition for non-resident stu-
dents $20.67. Total for non-resident $32.92. All students who take
the first six weeks only pay an additional $3.00 fee for bacteriology
laboratory.
For a period not exceeding three weeks:
    Resident students: Incidental fee $2.25, Memorial Union $i.00,
laboratory fee $3.5o, breakage deposit (partly returnable) $2.00. Total
for resident students, $8.75.
    Additional tuition for non-resident students $10.34. Total for non-
residents, $I9.o9.
    Students obliged to leave school before completing the course may
have a percentage of their fees returned on the same basis as all Uni-
versity students-any time before lo days from opening date of course.
8o per cent of fees are returnable; befcre 20 days, 6o per cent, and if
student remains not over 30 days, 40 per cent. The breakage deposit
is to cover the breakage of test bottles, glassware, etc., and loss of key
to locker. At the close of the term a portion of the deposit is return-
able if the key is not lost and all apparatus is found to be in good con-
dition. Breakage which cannot be located will be divided equally among
the students.
     Each student will provide himself with not less than three regula-
tion white suits, including caps, to be worn during the working hours
in the creamery and cheese factory, and one blue suit to be worn in the
shop. These suits are of a particular model and may be obtained in
Madison.
                           Swiss CHEESE
     Special two-weeks course February ioth to 2Ist 1936 inclusive,
for experienced makers. Each student buys books costing about $3.00.
                       SUMMER DAIRY COURSE
     All Summer students pay an incidental fee of $6 and a laboratory
fee of $5, Memorial Union fee $I, and make a breakage deposit of $2,
total $14. For non-residents an additional fee of $3.45 a week is
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