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University of Wisconsin. College of Agriculture / Attend the winter course. Catalog of the short course, 1930-31

Short course scholarships,   pp. 13-14 PDF (347.0 KB)

Page 13

  Students who pay for the entire course, but who drop out
at the end of the first or second term, are refunded two-
thirds or one-third, respectively, of the entire fee. Students
must notify the Director of Winter Courses on the day of
withdrawal in order to secure refunds.
  Students who drop out during one of the five week terms
are refunded the entire fee for each whole term remaining
and on the following basis for partial term remaining ac-
cording to the time of withdrawal: 75 per cent if during the
first week of the term, and 50 per cent if during the second
week of the term. After the second week, no refund is issued
for that term.
  Students should not carry large sums of money in cur-
rency or checks, but should place their surplus money id a
bank and draw upon it from time to time by check or certi-
ficate. Bring post-office money orders instead of checks or'
drafts to avoid the necessary identification at the bank.
                 Short Course Scholarships
  The Regents of the University of Wisconsin offer twenty
scholarships of seventy-five dollars each to students in the
short course who are residents of Wisconsin. Information
concerning the basis upon which these scholarships are

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