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Statute No. 6: Applications for Admission to Degrees Under Section 31(1)(o)

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Statute No. 6: Applications for Admission to Degrees Under Section 31(1)(o)

1. Applications for admission to any degrees in the University under Section 31(1)(o) of the University Act shall be made to the Senate.

2. The Senate shall take into consideration and deal with such applications when received.

3. Applicants for admission must submit sufficient evidence of their good fame and character, and of having passed such examinations as are referred to in Section 31(1)(o) of the University Act under a university which does not, or at the time of their passing the examinations, did not grant degrees to women.

4. The fee for admission shall be four dollars twenty cents.