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Full text of "Calendar/Handbook 1991-92"

HERN 

CELEBRA1 

1. 

1892 - 1992 




CREDITS 



SPECIAL THANKS 



The heritage of the past 
is the seed 
that brings forth 
the harvest of the future . . 



No publication project has provided our 
staff more pleasure than bringing together 
assorted strands from the past to weave 
these photographic tapestries. 

Someone commented the other day, 
"Anybody who finds nothing to identify with 
in any of these pictures must be from a 
different planet." Well, at least a different 
time and a different place. 

Please take a look for yourself. We hope 
you will use and enjoy this calendar all year 
long. 

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Publications Director: 
Doris Burdick 

Publications Assistant: 
Ingrid Skantz 

Photographer: 
Mark de Fluiter 

Calendar Data: 
Student Services 

Historical Information: 
Lisa Springett 

Production: 

The College Press 



SOUTHERN 
CELEBRATES 



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1892 - 1992 



Hank Bass and 

Mary Jane Blake 
of the Chattanooga 
Regional History Museum 

June Blue, 

Edythe Cothren, 

Helen Durichek, 

lone McAllister, and 

Lisa Springett 

of the Heritage Museum 

Thelma Cushman 

Pam Harris 

Jan Haveman 

Charles Lacey 

Katie Lamb 

Ed Lucas 

Sherrie Piatt 

Barb Seth 

Sylvia Skantz 



THE 1990s STUDENT PHOTO: 
Claire Huse, Kevin Snider, 
Kerri Wilkens, Rick Cavanaugh, 
Brenda Pooley, Pamela Draper, 
Ronda Friesen, Ellen Ashton, 
Delton Chen, Shelly Fry, 
Gina Mclntyre, Kara Pennington, 
Ken Morton, Keturah Carredice. 
(Photo by Stan Strange.) 

An official 

centennial publication at 

Southern College 

of Seventh-day Adventists 

Collegedale, Tennessee 

37315-0370 



JCINE 



1991 



1 Church Service, Gordon Bietz 

3 Second Summer Session begins 

4 First Summer Session grades due 

5 Last day to add a Second Session 
class 

7 Sunset 8:53 

8 Church Service, Guest Speaker 

12 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 

14 Sunset 8:56 

14 Last day to drop Second Session class 
and automatically receive a "W" 

1 5 Church Service, Gordon Bietz 

16 Father's Day 



19 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 

21 Sunset 8:58 

21 Second Session withdrawals receive 
*F after this date 

22 Church Service, Ed Wright 

24 Pre-registration for Third Summer 
28 Session 

26 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 

28 Sunset 8:59 

28 Second Summer Session ends 

29 Church Service, Jim Herman 




•JULY 



1991 



1 Third Summer Session begins 

2 Second Summer Session grades due 

3 Last day to add a Third Summer Session 
class 

3 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 

4 Independence Day, Mo Classes 

5 Sunset 8:58 

6 Church Service, Gordon Bietz 

10 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 

12 Sunset 8:56 

12 Last day to drop a Third Session class 
and automatically receive a "W" 

1 3 Church Service, Lorabel Midkiff 

17 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 



19 Sunset 8:53 

19 Third Session withdrawals receive "F" 
after this date 

20 Church Service, Ken Rogers 

22 Pre-Registration for Fourth Summer 
26 Session (Currently Enrolled Students) 

24 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 

26 Sunset 8:49 

26 Third Summer Session ends 

27 Church Service, Jim Herman 

28 Fourth Summer Session registration 

29 Fourth Summer Session begins 

30 Third Summer Session grades due 

31 Last day to add Fourth Session class 

31 Prayer Meeting, Leo Van Dolson, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 



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SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 



FRIDAY SABBATH 




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August 1, 1917 

First Southern Junior 
College students drafted 
for World War I 

August 29, 1944 

School named Southern 
Missionary College 

August 21, 1961 

New Talge Hall finished 

August, 1962 

College Plaza built 

August 19, 1968 

Old Talge Hall torn down 

August 1, 1987 

Renovation begins on 
Lynn Wood Hall 



A(IG(IST 



The 1890s f 

SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



TUESDAY 



WEDNESDAY 



THURSDAY 



Assembly, 11 a.m., 
Ackerman 



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FRIDAY 



Sunset 8:43 2 

Vespers, Jim Herman 



SABBATH 



Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 

Evensong 8 p.m. 



Prayer Meeting, Leo Van *7 
Dolson, 8 p.m., Ackerman 



Assembly, 11 a.m., 
Ackerman 



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Sunset 8:36 ( 

Last day to drop a Fourth 
Session class and 
automatically receive a "W" 

Vespers, Frank Ricks 



Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 

Evensong 8 p.m. 



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Prayer Meeting, Leo Van -l A 
Dolson, 8 p.m., Ackerman 



Assembly, 11 a.m., 
Ackerman 



15 



Faculty/Staff Outing, Alpine 
Slide, 5:30 p.m. 



Sunset 8:28 i g 

Fourth Session withdrawals 
receive "F" after this date 

Vespers, Jeff Gang 



Church Service, 
Ed Wright 

Evensong 8 p.m. 



Faculty Colloquium 



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Assembly, 1 1 a.m., 
Ackerman 



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Sunset 8:20 23 

Fourth Session ends 
Book buy-back 
Last day to make up Second 
Semester incompletes 
ACT and CLEP exams given 

Vespers, Ken Rogers 



Church Service, 
Ed Reid 

Evensong 8 p.m. 



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ACT and CLEP exams 25 
given 



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Softball and Tennis Tournament Sign-up 

■ 

Registration 



28 



Classes begin 29 

Assembly, 11 a.m., lies, 
What's Happening 

Last day to appeal parking 

tickets 

Fourth Session grades due 

Late registration fee applies 



Sunset 8: 11 
Vespers, Don Sahly 



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Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 



31 



Evensong 8 p.m. 

SA Welcome Back Party 



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SOUTHERN 

1892-1992 



September 9, 1896 

Graysville Academy 
becomes General 
Conference institution 

September, 1919 

Campus electricity installed 

September, 1924 

Lynn Wood Hall first used 

September 29, 1945 

North Hall renamed 
Maude Jones Hall 

September 15, 1977 

Road now Taylor Circle 
becomes one-way street 

September 3, 1979 

Enrollment reaches 
record high of 2,033 

September 6, 1979 

Senior privileges allowed 

September 23, 1984 

First triathlon run 

September 22, 1986 

First Presidential 
Inauguration 

SEPTEMBER 



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SUNDAY 



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MONDAY 



Labor Day, 
Classes will be held 



TUESDAY 



Last day to add or drop a « 
class without fee * 

Last day for 100% tuition 
refund for withdrawals ($50 
charge for complete 
withdrawal in first week) 



WEDNESDAY 



Change of class fee applies 



THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SABBATH 


Assembly, 1 1 a.m., Church c 


Sunset 8:01 c 
Vespers 


Church Service *j 
Evensong 7:30 
Classic Film Series 


Collegiate Commitment Weekend 




Senior Portraits, 1 -7 p.m. •• c 
Student Center 1 3 



Senior Portraits, 1 -7 p.m. -i /; 
Student Center - 1 ° 



Last day for 80% tuition •• *j 
refund for withdrawals * * 

Joker Release Party, 
Promenade, 6:30 p.m. 



18 



SA Spirit Week 



Assembly, 1 1 a.m., lies, ., _. 
SA 19 



Sunset 7:41 
Vespers, C. D. Brooks 



20 



Church Service, 
Ken Rogers 

Evensong 7:30 

SA Talent Show 



gion Retreat, C. D. Brooks 



21 




7 p.m. Meeting 



22 



Last day to return text- r )'y 
books until December ^*^ 

Faculty Meeting, 5 p.m. 

7 p.m. Meeting 



Assembly, 1 1 a.m., *yA 

Church, Richard Barron, ^^ 

(double credit) 

Last day for 70% tuition refund 

for withdrawals 

7 p.m. Meeting 



7 p.m. Meeting 



25 



ek of Spiritual Emphasis 



Sunset 7:31 




Assembly, 11 a.m., 'yc 

Church, Richard Barron, ™*» 
(double credit) 

7 p.m. Meeting 



29 



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OCTOBER 


1991 






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SOUTHERN 

1892-1992 



October 18, 1916 

First school day at 
Thatcher Farm location 

October, 1917 

Girls move into new 
dormitory 

October 10, 1922 

Student-staffed fire 
department begins 

October 2-3, 1950 

Accreditation board 
makes inspection tour 
of campus 

October 12, 1951 

Men's dormitory named 
Talge Hall 



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October 13, 1977 

International Club formed |P 

October 3, 1981 

K.R.'s Place opens 

October 17, 1982 

Orchestra performs at 
Knoxville World's Fair 



OCTOBER 



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SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



TUESDAY 



Last day for 60% tuition 
refund for withdrawals 



1 



WEDNESDAY 



Calliope, 8 p.m., Ackerman O 



THURSDAY 



Assembly, 1 1 am, Church, 3 
Ron Springett 



FRIDAY 



Sunset 7:21 
Vespers, CARE 



SABBATH 



Church Service, 
Ed Wright 

SA/CARE Lawn Concert 

Evensong 7 p.m. 

Classic Film Series 



Fall Golf Tournament 



Double Credit Assembly, 
Tom Key: Screwtape in 
Person, 7 p.m., lies 



Last day for 50% tuition 
refund for withdrawals 



8 



SA Pep Day 



Assembly, 10:30 am, lies, J Q 
Southern Celebrates 
the Centennial 



Sunset 7:12 
Vespers 



11 



Church Service, 
Ed Wright 

Evensong 7:00 

Pizza and Movie 



ehavioral Science Retreat 
International Club Retreat 



12 



Symphony Guild 
Flea Market 



13 

Faculty/Staff Boat Ride, 4:30 p.m. 



Faculty Senate, 3:30 p.m. 1 A 



Last day for 40% tuition -1 c 
refund for withdrawals 



Volleyball Sign-up 



16 



Assembly, Clubs and 
Departments 



17 



Sunset 7:03 
Mid Term 



18 



Church Service, 
Ken Rogers 

Evensong 7:00 



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Last day for 30% tuition 22 
refund for withdrawals 

Mid-term grades due, 9 a.m. 



CARE Day 



23 



CARE Week 



Assembly, 1 1 am. 
Robert Siegel 



lies, 



24 




Sunset 6:54 
Reverse Weekend 
Alumni Golf Tournament 



25 



Church Service 
Evensong 7:00 
Gym-Masters 



26 



Southern Celebrates Alumni Homecoming 



International Food Fair 27 
Set clocks back one hour 



Faculty Meeting, 4 p.m. 28 



Last day for 20% tuition 29 
refund for withdrawals 



30 



Pre-Registration 



Assembly, 1 1 am, Church, "5 1 
Robert Olsen 

Last day to drop a class and 
automatically receive a "W" 



SEPTEMBER 1991 






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SOUTHERN 

1892-1992 



November, 1897 

School named Southern 
Industrial School 

November 2, 1919 

Dedication of Southern 
Junior College buildings 

November 30, 1919 

School Board votes green 
and gold school colors 

November 13, 1961 

WSMC becomes fully 
licensed, non-commer- 
cial, public radio station 

November 17, 1968 

First Fall Road Rally at SMC 

November 15-16, 1970 

Vietnam Days held 

November 2, 1984 

So-Ju-Conian Hall 
dedicated 

November 29, 1984 

Brock Hall dedicated 

November 4, 1989 

Old Tabernacle bums 

NOVEMBER 



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SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



TUESDAY 



WEDNESDAY 



THURSDAY 



FRIDAY 



Sunset 5:47 | 

All withdrawals through 
Dec. 6 receive "W" or "WP" 



Vespers, CARE 

Pre-Registration 



SABBATH 



Church Service, 2 

Jim Herman 

Nurses' Dedication, 5:30 p.m., 
Church 




H. Pierson Lectureship, Robert Olson 

Evensong, 5:30 p.m., Ackerman 
■ Classic Film Series 



4 


SA Pep Day 

Last day for 10% tuition 
refund for withdrawals 


5 


No tuition refunds for 
withdrawals 


6 


Assembly, 1 1 a.m., Church, "7 
RickEmmerson 

Anderson Nursing Series, 
Donna Spurlock, 8:00-2:30 


Sunset 5:35 
Vespers, Bill Kilgore 


8 


Pre-Registration 


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Church Service, 
Ken Rogers 

CARE Film Festival 

Evensong 5:30 

SC Symphony Orchestra 



Jon Steen, 7 p.m. 1 f\ 

Roger Drinkall, cello, Diane 
Baker, piano, 8 p.m., Ackerman 



Southern College Board -l 1 
Faculty Senate, 3:30 p.m. 
Rob Fulbright, 7 p.m. 



Assembly, Jeff Wood, 1 p 
1 1 a.m. (double credit) 

Rhondalyne Reed, 7 p.m. 




Teacher Appreciation Day -j o 
Byron Corbett, 7 p.m. 



Blood Assurance 

Student W. 



Assembly, 1 1 a.m., Church -1 A 
Destiny, (double credit) 

Amber Murphy, 7 p.m. 



Sunset 5:35 | C 

Vespers, Troy Fitzgerald 




Newlywed Retreat 




Church Service, 
Jeff Gang 

Evensong 5:30 

Pizza and Movie 



17 



Newlywed Retreat 



24 



Faculty Meeting, 4 p.m. 25 




CARE Day 20 

Assembly, The Audubon Quartet, 
7 p.m., Church (double credit) 



Assembly, 1 1 a.m., lies, SA 2 1 
SA Thanksgiving Supper 




Thanksgiving Day 



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Sunset 5:32 22 

Vespers, Advent Four Concert 



Sunset 5:30 



Church Service, 
Ed Wright 

Evensong 5:30 

Classic Film Series 



23 




Thanksgiving Vacation 










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SOUTHERN 

1892-1992 



December, 1916 

Collegedale Church 
organized 

December 18, 1940 

Medical Cadet Corps 
formed at Southern 
Junior College 

December, 1945 

Collegedale Veteran's 
Club organized 

December 7, 1950 

SMC receives accredita- 
tion as a senior college 

December 13, 1976 

Beards on campus 
accepted by faculty vote 

December, 1979 

Sundial erected near 
Thatcher Hall 

December 9, 1985 

Hickman Drive named 
after Marvin Hickman 

A 

December 10, 1989 

First Jingle Bell Jog 

DECEMBER 



All students are expected to be aware of and to abide by the 
campus policies and regulations which appear below. The infor- 
mation presented is, at the time of printing, an accurate descrip- 
tion of non-academic policies and requirements of Southern 
College. The college reserves the right to change any provision or 
requirement at any time, without prior notice. The Student 
Services Office (238-2814) or a residence hall dean should be 
contacted if further information regarding a particular item is 
desired. 

ACADEMIC POLICIES All of the academic policies are pre- 
sented in detail in the College Catdog. Since you are responsible 
for knowing as much as possible about your particular program 
of study at Southern College, you will want to study this catalog. 

AIDS Southern College is committed to acting with Christian 
compassion toward all people with AIDS. The college is also 
committed to protecting the members of its community from 
exposure to AIDS. A detailed procedure to accomplish these 
goals has been officially established and is on file in the office of 
the vice president for Student services. 

Current medical information indicates that AIDS is trans- 
mitted only through exchange of body fluid and not through 
casual contact. Southern College believes that abstaining from 
sexual relations outside of marriage and from intravenous drug 
use is the most effective way to avoid exposure to AIDS. 
It is not the normal practice of Southern College to exclude 



AIDS victims from the student body. However, if the college 
concludes that its resources are not sufficient to provide the 
services required, or if the AIDS victim proves to be a disruption 
of the regular college program, such an exclusion may be 
implemented. 

Southern College is committed to updating its students and 
faculty with the latest accurate information about AIDS and 
will regularly review its AIDS policy toward that objective. 
ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE It is the policy of the college to 
insist on total abstinence from the use of alcohol and drugs. 
Furthermore, a student must avoid all inappropriate association 
with alcohol. A student must not hold any position which 
involves the serving of alcohol. This policy applies to all 
students wherever their location. A student possessing or using 
alcohol or illicit drugs will be dismissed. Re-admission will be 
considered only after one week and after an authorized drug 
dependency evaluation has been completed. A student evalu- 
ated as an experimenter will be required to complete a Substance 
Abuse curriculum and counseling program. Any student evalu- 
ated as more than an experimenter will be suspended until 
completion of an approved treatment program and there is clear 
evidence that substance use has been corrected. The college 
considers any repeat offender to be a regular user. Such a student 
will be suspended indefinitely. Because substance users often 
move from one kind of "high" to another, use of any other drug 
, will be considered a repeat ™nse. 



ASSEMBLY, CHURCH, AND RESIDENCE HALL WOR- 
SHIP In order to provide for the spiritual fellowship essential 
to a Christian campus, Southern College has a regular program 
of student attendance at weekly assemblies, church services and 
Sabbath School, and residence hall worship. Assemblies are 
held each Thursday at 11:00 a.m. During weeks of spiritual 
emphasis assemblies are held on Tuesday as well. Occasionally, 
assemblies will be held in the evening or may begin at 10:30 a.m. 
on Thursday. Double credit is given for special evening assem- 
blies because of the length of time devoted to them. Assemblies 
serve several purposes, including spiritual nurture, cultural 
enrichment, as well as general information and community 
fellowship. Assemblies are held either in the church or in the lies 
Physical Education Center, depending on the nature of the 
program. 

All students are required to attend 16 assemblies each semes- 
ter. Students may receive one assembly credit each semester for 
attending either one Anderson Organ Series concert or one 
Chamber Series concert. Students who fail to attend the re- 
quired number of assemblies will be assessed $10 per assembly 
that they are short of the required number. Students who have 
missed more than five assemblies will be subject to cancellation 
of registration. Reinstatement will occur only after the above 
penalty plus a $25 re-registration fee are paid, and arrangements 
are made not to become deficient in attendance again. 
Church and Sabbath School are designed to be the apex of the 



spiritual life at Southern College. Attendance at Sabbath School 
and church services is required of resident students each week. 
The Collegedale Church of Seventh-day Adventists is the 
regular church for Southern College students; however, stu- 
dents may attend another area church by indicating in writing 
as they leave the residence hall the Sabbath School and church 
they will be attending that day. Students who do not attend 
Sabbath School and church regularly are subject to discipline. 
The residence hall worship program is the third part of the 
spiritual nurture and fellowship program at Southern College. 
Residence hall worships are conducted by the residence hall 
deans, invited guests, or by the pastors at the Collegedale 
Church. (See WORSHIP ATTENDANCE.) 

AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES The use of 
motor vehicles on campus is considered a privilege. Motor 
vehicle privileges may be suspended at the discretion of the 
residence hall deans or the vice president for student services. 
All Southern College students are held responsible for 
acquainting themselves according to the following motor ve- 
hicle code: 

Section I - Motor Vehicle Privileges 

1 . Motor vehicle privileges as understood in this code means the 
possession or use of a motor vehicle, motor scooters, motorbikes, 
motorcycles and automobiles. 

2. Lending or borrowing of motor vehicles is discouraged. 
Section II - Motor Vehicle Registration 

1 . Any motor vehicle that is subject to the use of a student must be 
registered with the college in the student's name at registration 
time or within 48 hours of arrival time in the vicinity of the 
campus. 

2. Temporary registration for motor vehicles brought to the cam- 
pus for a short period of time must be made with the security 
officer. 

3. Registration stickers (decals) are available at the Security Office 
(Lynn Wood Hall) during the school year. Please place sticker 
in lower left of the rear window. 

Section III - Parking 

1 . For each semester residence hall students are charged a Darkine 



fee of $35 for automobiles and $25 for two-wheeled motor 
vehicles. Students who bring cars during the course of a semester 
will be charged on a pro-rated basis. No refund on parking fees 
will be made. 

2. Residence hall student vehicle parking is restricted to assigned 
parking in the respective residence hall parking lots and to non- 
restricted parking areas on campus. 

3. Students who live off campus are charged a parking fee of $25 per 
semester for either an automobile or motorcycle. 

4. Students who live off campus may park vehicles in areas ap- 
proved for community student use during the school day. 

5. Faculty and staff are also required to display a parking sticker. 
Section IV - Driving 

1. Motor vehicles are not permitted to be driven on lawns, side- 
walks or other places not intended for vehicular use. 
Section V - Penalties for Violations 

1. Parking violations are subject to fines of $3 to $15 based on 
number of offenses. Fines not paid within time prescribed on 
ticket will be doubled when placed on statement. 

2. Violations of the campus traffic code such as speeding and failure 
to observe stop signs will result in a fine of $15. 

3. Secreting or failure to register a motor vehicle with the college 
will result in a fine and possible disciplinary action. 

4. In the event a person accumulates more than five tickets in a 
semester, driving privileges may be suspended. 

5. All fines are to be paid in cash by the end of each semester 
before exam permits may be picked up. All appeals will be made 
to the head of Campus Safety. 

Section VI - Damage, Loss or Theft 

Southern College assumes no responsibility for loss resulting 
from theft or accident, vandalism, fire and other causes for damage 
of any vehicle or its accessories on college property. Automobile 
parts or tools left outside of automobiles may be hauled away 
without notice. 
Section VII - Bicycles 

1. All bicycles should be locked when not in use. 

2. Bicycles are not to be ridden on campus sidewalks or on grassed 
areas of the camnus. 



3. Bicycles are to be stored only in designated areas. 

Section VIII - Inoperable Vehicles 

Except by permission of a residence hall dean or the vice 
president for student services, inoperable vehicles may not be 
parked on the campus. Such vehicles parked without permission 
will be towed away at the owner's expense. 

BENEFIT PROGRAMS Any organization desiring a benefit 
program must submit a proposal to the Administrative Council 
through the office of the vice president of student services. No 
organization may have more than one per year. The total 
number of benefits in one school year may not exceed four. 

BOOKS The Campus Shop sells textbooks for all classes offered by 
the college. Students have three weeks after the first day of 
classes to return textbooks for credit. No credit will be given 
without a receipt. Only partial credit will be given for books 
written in or damaged. At the end of each semester students may 
sell back their used textbooks at the Campus Shop to its 
designated used textbook buyer. ID cards are required when 
selling books as a part of the Campus Shop's system for locating 
books that have been reported lost or stolen. Anyone attempt- 
ing to sell stolen books will be disciplined by the college 
administration. 

BULLETIN BOARDS Inappropriate bulletin board material 
may be removed by Student Services Office personnel. 

CAMPING Students who wish to leave campus for weekend 
camping trips must submit their request through the regular 
weekend leave process. The following guidelines must be veri- 
fied: specific identification of camping site; approved married 
couple to accompany mixed gender groups; separate sleeping 
arrangements for each gender. Campus organizations are ex- 
pected to follow these guidelines on camping trips which they 
sponsor. 

CAMPUS CLUBS Over twenty academic -department and spe- 
cial-interest clubs are organized each school year. Each organi- 
zation must file a statement of purpose and officers roster, 
including a faculty advisor, with the Student Services Office for 
approval and formal college recognition. Only approved organi- 
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CAMPUS LEAVES Late leaves: Residence hall students are 
expected to remain in their residence halls between closing time 
and 6:00 a.m., if they have not arranged an overnight leave or 
a late leave with the residence hall dean. 

Overnight and weekend leaves: Printed forms for overnight 
leave requests are available in the residence hall offices. If the 
period of proposed leave from the campus includes a work or 
class appointment, suitable arrangements must be made with 
the work superintendent or academic dean respectively. Over- 
night leaves in the surrounding community (Chattanooga/ 
Collegedale/Cleveland) are not permitted unless the students 
are accompanied by parents. Overnight leaves are cancelled at 
any time students are present on campus or in the surrounding 
community (as stated above) during the time of the leave. If 
under 2 1 years of age, freshmen students are limited to overnight 
leaves which involve a maximum of eight (8) nights of absence 
from the campus per semester, excluding vacations. Students on 
citizenship probation are limited to overnight leaves which 
involves a maximum of two (2) nights of absence from the 
campus per calendar month excluding vacations. In case of 
emergency requiring a leave which is not provided for by regular 
policy, parents should contact the residence hall dean. Week- 
end leaves terminate at curfew Sunday. If an emergency situ- 
ation makes it impossible to return to the residence hall by 
curfew students have the responsibility of telephoning their 
residence hall dean to request an extension of time. 

CAMPUS SAFETY A full-time security officer is in charge of 
campus parking and security of the buildings. The campus 
Security Office is located on the basement floor of Lynn Wood 
Hall. If not in the office, campus security may be contacted 24 
hours daily by calling the Thatcher Hall desk. 

CARE CARE is the acronym for Collegiate Adventists Reaching 
Everyone, which is the student organization for religious activi- 
ties at Southern College. 

CAVING POLICY Because of the inability of Southern College 
to assume liability for activities within caves on its property, the 
cave in the Student Park has been securely sealed at its entrance. 
Any removal of this seal may be done only with the specific 



permission of the Student Services Committee. 

CHURCH PUBLICATIONS Copies of Insight and the Adventist 
Review are available in the residence halls weekly. 

CLASSROOM CONDUCT Teachers and the institution re- 
serve the right to remove legitimate students from classes if their 
behavior threatens the purposes of the class by exceeding the 
bounds of normal academic freedom. 

COLLEGE STANDARDS Students are expected to establish a 
Christian lifestyle which fosters maximum spiritual, mental, 
physical and social growth. Such a lifestyle will include engaging 
in prayer, Bible study, and Christian-service activities; practic- 
ing good study habits; selecting a balanced and nutritious diet 
and scheduling adequate periods of rest; participating in whole- 
some recreational and leisure-time activities; and relating re- 
sponsibly and respectfully to other persons. Behaviors which do 
not promote such a lifestyle and are expressly forbidden include 
the use of alcoholic beverages, tobacco and illicit drugs; gam- 
bling; dancing; improper sexual behavior; homosexuality; and 
attendance at entertainments which are spiritually or morally 
destructive. Students who engage in such behavior will be 
subject to suspension and/or dismissal from the college. 

CONTACT SPORTS In order to protect the liability of the 
college and the physical well-being of its students, Southern 
College prohibits participation in sports with excessive physical 
contact including tackle football. 

COUNSELING AND TESTING SERVICE The director of 
counseling administers a formal program of counseling through 
the Counseling and Testing Office. This program provides 
various aptitude and psychological tests as well as interest and 
personality inventories which are available for students who 
wish to gain insight into various problems which may be 
associated with their college experience and planning for life. 
College entrance examination results and other personal data 
which may assist in counseling and guidance are kept on file in 
the Counseling and Testing Office. 

CURFEW Residence halls close at 11:00 p.m. Sunday through 
Thursday, at 10:00 p.m. or^|iday, and at midnight Saturday. 

DISCIPLINE All major disciplinary procedures are under the 



direction of the vice president for student services. Minor 
disciplinary infractions may be administered by the residence 
hall deans. A student who may be subject to discipline is 
counseled by the appropriate residence hall dean and/or vice 
president for student services regarding the student's rights, 
including voluntary withdrawal from school, and possible disci- 
plinary actions. The student is then given a hearing before 
appropriate college officials which always includes the vice 
president for student services and a decision regarding the 
appropriate disciplinary action is made. Students who receive 
discipline will be placed in one or some of the following 
categories: citizenship probation, suspension, on-campus sus- 
pension, withdrawal at the end of the semester, immediate 
withdrawal, expulsion. 

Citizenship probation carries with it some or all of the 
following restrictions: 

1. One approved weekend leave per month to home. 

2. No use of an automobile, driving or riding, except as 
allowed in 4- below. 

3. No late leaves. 

4- Only one off-campus leave per week. No personal car use. 
Must obtain a ride for this leave via permission from a dean 
and must return to the campus by sundown. 

5. A perfect record of presence for night checks and attendance 
at classes, assemblies, worships, Sabbath School and church 
services. 

6. Loss of all student leadership positions, including Student 
Association and religious activities. 

7. No participation in off-campus public appearances which 
represent the college except when involved in class activity. 

8. Other restrictions deemed appropriate. 

If a student on citizenship probation fails to comply with 
these restrictions, he or she is subject to dismissal. Students 
under suspension will leave the campus during the entire period 
of suspension unless specific arrangements to the contrary have 
been made. A student who has been suspended must submit his 
request for college re-admission to the vice president of student 
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On-Campus Suspension from the college for a definite period 
of time is an alternative for the student involved in unacceptable 
conduct. On-campus suspension occurs when a student is al- 
lowed to remain on campus under restrictions of citizenship 
probation and is specifically told in writing that any other 
violations of college regulations will result in his immediate 
dismissal. 

The vice president of student services may request withdrawal 
at the end of the semester or session of a student not adhering to 
college standards and regulations. Completion of course work 
for that semester or session will be allowed if the student's 
conduct is acceptable for the interim. 

Immediate withdrawal may be requested of a student who is 
involved in a single major misbehavior, who has accumulated a 
series of deviations, or who is insubordinate in his relation to the 
college authorities. A residence hall student who accepts the 
privilege of withdrawing agrees to move away from the college 
community; unwillingness to do so may result in formal dis- 
missal. 

Expulsion may be a last alternative for a student involved in 
very serious misconduct. Such action may result from a student's 
being involved in any of the three situations above under 
withdrawal. Expelled students will not be eligible for re-admis- 
sion to SC. 

A student who receives any discipline will receive a letter of 
warning and counsel from either the vice president for student 
services or the residence hall deans. This letter will be made a 
part of the student's official record and will be used as reference 
in evaluating future behavior. Additional copies will be sent to 
the student's parents and to the residence hall dean, if a student 
is a residence hall student. Copies of disciplinary letters are not 
sent to parents of independent students. 

A student who has been administered discipline by the deans 
of either residence hall may appeal the decision to the vice 
president for student services. The vice president for student 
services decision may be appealed directly to the president of the 
college. 
DISTRIBUTION OF INFORMATION Anyone desiring to 



distribute information via pamphlets or papers on the campus of 
Southern College must receive permission to do so from the 
Office of Student Services. 
DRESS CODE As part of its overall effort to educate students, 
Southern College has established a specific dress code. Since 
Southern College is a Christian institution, cleanliness, mod- 
esty, and neatness are the prevailing principles in this code. 
Southern College also discourages attire which it considers 
excessive personal adornment. In addition Southern College 
requires students to develop a sense of professional appropriate- 
ness, dignity, and respect regarding dress and grooming. 

All students must dress modestly, and be neat and clean at all 
times and adhere to the following requirements: 

1. Men: Pants with shirts and/or sweaters. 

2. Women: Dresses, or skirts or pants with blouses, sweaters, or 
jackets. 

3. Hair clean and neatly styled. Radical styles must be avoided. 
Men: Beards and moustaches well groomed. 

4. Shoes and shirts or blouses in all non-recreational public 
places. 

5. Make-up and nail polish, if worn, must be natural looking 
and inconspicuous. 

6. Recreational clothing also neat and modest. Modest one- 
piece swim suits for women. 

7. Sabbath services and Sabbath noon meal: Men-suits, sport 
coats or sweaters and dress shirts and ties. Women-dresses or 
skirts with blouses/sweaters. 

8. The following are specifically prohibited: 

a. Sloppy clothing, tank tops, clothing that is torn or frayed. 

b. Tight fitting and revealing styles, sheer fabrics, revealing 
tops, bare midriffs or shoulders, mini-shirts, skirts with 
deep slits. 

c. Shorts on general campus, in classroom buildings, library, 
cafeteria, student center, Wright Hall, and church. 

d. Jewelry including bracelets, friendship bands, necklaces, 
chains, medallions, earrings, rings (except wedding bands). 
(Medical alert chains and bracelets are allowed.) Stu- 
dents who wear jewelry may be suspended and must pay 



$25 re-registration fee to be reinstated. 
Guests at Southern College are encouraged to adhere to the 
same standards as do the students and staff. 

EVENSONG Each Sabbath a sundown worship service is held in 
the church. It begins approximately 20 minutes before sun- 
down. Residence hall students are given worship credit for 
attending. 

FINANCIAL SERVICES The college maintains an Office of 
Student Finance and Financial Aid which will advise students 
as to the availability of loans, grants, and scholarships both from 
private and government sources. A banking service for deposits 
and cash withdrawals is operated by the Accounting Office for 
the convenience of students. Financial sponsors should provide 
students with sufficient funds through the banking service to 
cover the cost of personal items of an incidental nature and 
travel expenses off campus including vacation periods. With- 
drawals may be made by the student in person only as long as 
there is a credit balance. These deposit accounts are entirely 
separate from the student's school expense account. Withdraw- 
als from regular expense accounts are discouraged and permitted 
only under special arrangements with the director of student 
finance and with the permission of the financial sponsor. 

FIREARMS AND FIRECRACKERS Items of explosive nature, 
firearms or pellet guns are not allowed on the campus. Possession 
of or exploding fireworks or combustible chemicals in the 
residence halls or on the campus is expressly prohibited. Viola- 
tors of this regulation will be fined and will be subject to 
suspension or dismissal. 

FIRE DRILL Each residence hall is required to hold periodic fire 
drills; when an alarm sounds, residents are to follow announced 
procedure promptly. 

FIRE EQUIPMENT The misuse of fire extinguishers, fire alarms, 
smoke detectors, door closing devices, or other fire protection 
equipment will subject a student to a $100 fine and/or other 
discipline. 

FIRE HAZARDS Candles, open-flame lamps, fire hazards of any 
nature are not permitted in the residence halls. 

FOOD SERVICE Three nutritious meals are served each day in 



the college cafeteria, on the third floor of Wright Hall. Students 
may use their identification cards to charge meals on their 
monthly statements. A $2 surcharge is added to each meal 
charged without an ID card. Cash is also accepted in payment. 

The Campus Kitchen, located in the College Plaza, is a fast- 
food restaurant, also operated by the Food Service Department, 
which serves meals 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. each day. 

K.R.'s Place is located in the student center. This is a fast-food 
place that is open from 1-4 and 6-8 p.m. 

In addition, the Food Service staff will provide special lun- 
cheons and banquets for groups who make requests to the 
director of food service two weeks in advance. 

The Food Service and Campus Kitchen are normally closed 
on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and the 
Sabbath after Christmas. Students residing on campus must 
make their own arrangements for meals on these days by eating 
at other establishments or by carrying out food the days previous 
to those holidays. 
GUESTS Each residence hall is a private campus home where 
guests are welcome to visit. Residents must arrange with a 
residence hall dean for guests to reside overnight in student 
rooms. Such guests are to register at the service desk and will be 
expected to abide by general campus and residence hall regula- 
tions. Visits should be limited to three nights. If a longer stay is 
arranged, a charge of $2 per night will be placed on the resident's 
account 
HAZING AND OTHER IRREGULAR ACTIVITIES A 
student who conspires to engage in hazing or commits any act 
that injures, degrades or disgraces, or tends to injure, degrade or 
disgrace a fellow student will be subject to discipline, including 
dismissal. 
HEALTH SERVICES Health care may be obtained by all 
permanent residence hall residents and all village students 
taking eight or more hours during the school year or three or 
more during the summer at the Student Health Service, admini- 
stered by a nurse director in cooperation with the college 
physician. Clinic hours are posted and the physician makes daily 
calls at the Health Service Monday through Friday. He leaves 



when all who are waiting have been cared for. A nurse is on duty 
after clinic hours also, except during vacations and summer, and 
may be reached for emergencies by calling 238-2713. A 14-bed 
infirmary is maintained for overnight confinement if necessary. 

Health Service personnel work in conjunction with the 
Absence Committee by making recommendations regarding 
absences due to illness. See Class Attendance under Academic 
Policies in the Catalog for procedure to follow for obtaining 
excuses for class absences. 

Southern College requires that students be covered by health 
insurance. Students who are already covered with a similar 
insurance plan may during registration request at Health Serv- 
ice to be excluded from the school policy. Such students will 
need to supply, at that time, written evidence from their parent's 
employer or local insurance agent which contains the company 
name and policy number under which they are covered, other- 
wise, coverage must be purchased through the college health 
insurance plan. 
HOUSING AND RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS The total 
social and educational program at Southern College is based on 
the premise that this is a residential college, not a commuter 
school. Single students enrolled for more than three semester 
hours, who are under the age of 23, and who do not live with 
their parents or legal guardians, must live in the residence halls. 
Exceptions to this are made for students who have completed a 
bachelor's degree or four years of college. 

In order to live elsewhere a student must present a written 
request to the vice president for student services who will 
consult with the Student Personnel Committee. Such a request 
must include parental approval, specifics regarding residence 
requested, and the reasons an exception to the policy is being 
requested. Generally only those requests which demonstrate 
definite financial need which off-campus living will correct, or 
which verify other extenuating circumstances will be approved. 
Requests will not be considered if a student is on citizenship 
probation. Students who do not abide by the established resi- 
dence requirements will have'heir registration cancelled. When 
a student has been given specral permission to live off campus no 



change in residence may be made without the permission of the 
vice president for student services. 

A student who lives in the residence hall must be registered 
in classes. Anyone who drops classes will need to make living 
arrangements outside of the residence hall. Any exception to 
this policy must be cleared through the residence hall dean and 
the vice president for student services. 

Married student housing is available through the office of the 
vice president for finance. A student who is no longer enrolled 
or accepted as a student will be asked to vacate college housing. 

KEYS Room keys are issued to all residents without charge. A 
substantial fee is charged for each key lost or not returned when 
a resident checks out of the residence hall. 

KITCHENETTES Each residence hall has a kitchenette where 
residents may prepare food. 

LAUNDRY ROOMS Coin-operated washers and dryers are 
available in laundry rooms in each residence hall. These rooms 
are closed 30 minutes before sundown on Friday and are open 
again 30 minutes after sundown on Saturday. 

LAUNDRY SERVICE In the College Plaza is a laundry and dry 
cleaners serving the students and the community. 

LOST AND FOUND All articles found on campus should be 
taken to the Lost and Found Department located at the Service 
Department, 5071-B Industrial Drive. Valuables are kept there 
to be claimed by those who have lost them. Articles not claimed 
within one year from the time they were turned in will be taken 
to the Community Service Center. 

MAIL Mailboxes are located in the foyer of each residence hall. 
Mail is delivered each morning Sunday through Friday. A 
resident's mailing address is the room number, followed by the 
name of the residence hall, Collegedale, TN (Talge ZIP Code: 
37315-0569) (Thatcher ZIP Code: 37315-0529). Be sure the 
correct residential ZIP code is on the envelope. 

MARRIAGE Except by special permission of the vice president for 
student services, student marriages are not permitted while a 
school term is in progress. Students who fail to follow this 
procedure will be asked to withdraw from college. 

MOTION PICTURES All feature-length motion pictures must 



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be approved for showing on campus or at any school-related 
function by the faculty Film Preview Committee. Requests for 
the showing of films should be directed to the vice president for 
student services for approval by the Student Services Commit- 
tee according to the following guidelines: 

1 . The Student Association may show a maximum of four films 
per semester with no more than one per year being a public 
benefit program. 

2. The Artist Adventure Series has the option of showing two 
films per semester. 

3. The Humanities Film Series may present four films per 
semester. 

4. Other campus organizations may show a feature film in a 
program restricted to the membership of the sponsoring 
group and invited guests. No campus organization will be 
allowed to show more than one such film during the aca- 
demic year. 

MUSIC STANDARDS 

1. Music performed or reproduced anywhere on campus is 
expected to be in harmony with standards of good taste 
applicable to the occasion and in keeping with the ideals of 
spiritual commitment and personal relationship with God 
to which the College is dedicated. To assist with the 
responsibility, a screening committee is appointed by the 
College president each year to screen all student programs 
before they are presented. Student groups should contact 
the chairman of the screening committee in ample time 
before their scheduled performance so that the committee 
can be called for the screening. Failure to have a program 
properly screened may cause cancellation of the program. A 
musical group organized by students for public perform- 
ances must be approved by the Student Services Commit- 
tee. 

2. Rock music of any type is not acceptable on campus. It has 
a debilitating effect on the refined sensibilities of the 
Christian and can have almost hypnotic and demonic 
possession of the human mind and body with its wild, loud, 
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PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION Students are to present 
proper identification when requested to do so by administrators, 
faculty, staff, cafeteria, library, residence hall and security per- 
sonnel. 

PETS Pets are not permitted in the residence halls. 

PLACEMENT SERVICE The Director of Counseling 
operates a placement service which issues announce- 
ments concerning employment opportunities and upon request 
provides potential employers with data on graduates of the 
college. The placement service is effective in assisting students 
to find satisfactory professional employment. Registration 
with the placement service is voluntary and should be made 
at the beginning of the senior year or the end of the junior 
year. 

PROTECTION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Unoccupied 
student rooms, as well as automobiles, bicycles and motorcycles 
parked in campus parking areas, should be kept locked at all 
times. The college cannot accept responsibility for stolen items/ 
money, or damage to personal property. 

PUBLIC DISPLAY OF AFFECTION Students are expected to 
conduct themselves with discretion and in a manner which will 
not embarrass other people. 

QUALIFIC ATIONS FOR STUDENT OFFICE Qualifications 
for students holding office in non-academic organizations which 
perform publicly on or off campus or in student organizations, 
including publication staffs and all committees are: 

1. A record of good citizenship. 

2. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00. 

3. Student Association membership. 

To run for or hold any elected office in a student organization a 
student must have: 

1. A record of good citizenship. 

2. A cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or a 2.50 grade 
point average for the previous semester with a minimum 
cumulative average of 2.00. Secondary school grade point 
averages will be calculated on major subjects only. 

QUESTIONNAIRES Class-project questionnaires are to be 
recommended by the instructor and submitted to the vice 



president for academic affairs for approval prior to the distribu- 
tion of the questionnaire. Questionnaires originating outside 
the classroom to survey student life and services are to be 
approved by the vice president for student affairs prior to their 
distribution. 

REFRIGERATORS Refrigerators not exceeding a capacity of 4-5 
cubic feet are permitted in the student rooms. 

RESIDENCE HALL HOURS Residence halls will be open 
according to the following schedule: 

Sunday-Thursday 6 a.m. to 1 1 p.m. 

Friday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Sabbath 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

Residence hall lobbies are open for visiting by non-residents 
according to the following schedule: 

Sunday-Thursday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Friday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Sabbath 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

RESIDENCE HALL VISITORS Southern College is a private 
school. Thus the residence halls are private buildings and 
function for the needs of the students who live there. Any non- 
resident student or visitor who has not made arrangements with 
the dean on duty will be asked to leave at the closing time. Also, 
any visitor who plans to stay in the residence hall for the 
weekend must make arrangements with the dean on duty upon 
his or her arrival on campus. 

RIGHT OF ENTRY The college reserves the right for a residence 
hall dean, his representative, or a college security officer to enter 
and inspect a student's room whenever necessary. A student 
accepts this authorization when he rents a room in a residence 
hall. 

ROOFS Any individual who is on the roof of a college building 
without authorization will be fined $100. 

ROOM ASSIGNMENTS Residents are not to move from one 
room to another without first making arrangements with a 
residence hall dean. 

ROOM FURNISHINGS AND CARE Room furnishings in- 
clude beds, desks, chairs, drawer space, window drapes and 
carpet. Students should bring their own bed linens, pillows, 



bedspreads, towels, washcloths and wastebaskets. Drapes and 
furnishings are not to be removed from the room. Wallpaper and 
contact paper should not be put on the walls. Poster putty and/ 
or masking tape should be used to hang posters. Nails, tacks or 
Scotch tape are not to be used for this purpose. 

Residents are responsible for the condition of their rooms and 
will be charged for damages, as well as custodial expenses if a 
room is left in need of repair and cleaning. Rooms and furniture 
are not to be painted. 

The college Engineering Department is responsible for main- 
taining facilities and furnishings in the residence halls, includ- 
ing painting, electrical and plumbing repairs and installation of 
drapery rods, hooks, etc. Residents are to leave requests for such 
services at the service desk. 

Students' rooms are to be decorated in harmony with college 
standards. Items such as alcoholic-beverage containers and 
pictures/posters of nude or scantily clad persons are not to be 
displayed. 

Cooking appliances must not be used in student rooms. State 
health regulations prohibit cooking in sleeping rooms. Such 
appliances may be used in residence hall kitchenettes. 
ROOM OCCUPANCY Students will be charged rent as long as 
their belongings are in the room. During times when student 
teaching or internships, etc., require extended absences from 
the campus, storage facilities are available at a reduced rate. 
ROOM RESERVATIONS After a student has been accepted by 
the college, a room reservation can be made. Before a housing 
or room reservation may be made, $100 of the advance payment 
as a deposit must be paid. Tentative reservations may be made 
without a deposit before July 1; however, the deposit must be 
paid by that date in order to hold the reservation. After July 1, 
requests for reservations must be accompanied by the $100 
deposit. An advance payment of $100 insures a student a room. 
The deposit will be refunded when a student checks out of the 
residence hall (for an indefinite period of time) after the first 30 
days of residency, provided all residence hall obligations have 
been satisfactorily cared for and the floor, walls, woodwork and 
furniture of the room are clean and undamaged. For further 



details regarding room deposit refunds, please refer to the College 
Catalog. 

SABBATH OBSERVANCE The Sabbath is God's time for man 
to meet with Him in an atmosphere free from non-spiritual 
distractions. To facilitate this the college gives primary atten- 
tion to worship, rest, and Christian fellowship and service from 
Friday sundown until Saturday sundown. During these hours 
students are expected to refrain from secular activities including 
secular entertainment, secular music, shopping, sports, school 
studies, work, and other similar activities. 

SELLING Selling or soliciting of goods or services in the residence 
halls must be approved by the head dean. Salesmen or peddlers 
are not allowed to function on the college campus. This includes 
the student center. 

SKATEBOARDS' Use of skateboards, roller skates, roller blades, 
etc., is prohibited on college property. 

SOUND EQUIPMENT Sound equipment is not to be heard 
outside a student's room at any time. Failure to comply with this 
policy will result in the removal of the equipment. Head phones 
are recommended. 

STEALING Protection against stealing is a serious challenge for 
an institution in which hundreds of people reside closely in a 
relatively open manner. Students should take precautions to 
protect their personal belongings. However, since thieves con- 
duct their activities surreptitiously, individuals who take with- 
out permission any items which they do not own will be regarded 
as stealing. They will be disciplined immediately and may be 
suspended. 

STORAGE A locked storage room is located in each residence hall 
where residents may keep luggage and cartons at their own risk. 
All such items are to be tagged. The college will assume no 
responsibility for the protection of stored items. 

STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Student Association is an 
organization of the total student body which is responsible for 
specific activities on campus, acts as a voice for the student body, 
and provides opportunity for leadership training. Officers are 
elected and appointed each spring to serve the following school 
year. Publications of the Stucrent Association include the Joker, 



a directory of students and staff; the Numerique, a listing of 
phone numbers; the Southern Accent, the campus newspaper; 
the Chatter, a weekly news/announcement sheet; and Southern 
Memories, the college yearbook. Students enrolled for a mini- 
mum of eight semester hours are members of the Student 
Association and are eligible to receive the various services 
provided by the Association. 

STUDENT CENTER Lounges, a snack shop, a game room, and 
a prayer room are available for student use on the third floor of 
the Student Center building. Student Association offices, the 
chaplain's office, the CARE office, and a Counseling Center are 
also located there. The Computer Center and Health Services 
are housed on the first floor of the building and the cafeteria is 
on the second floor. 

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT Students at Southern College are 
encouraged to obtain part-time employment in the college's 
industries, services, or academic departments in order to help 
pay for their school expenses. Students accepting employment 
with the college are expected to be punctual to work appoint- 
ments and to maintain their work schedule during the entire 
semester, including examination week. To be absent from work 
appointments without cause or previous arrangement or with- 
out notification in the case of illness is sufficient reason for 
discharge. Residence hall students who wish to accept off- 
campus employment must obtain permission from the vice 
president for student services. Permission will be denied if the 
employment could be detrimental to the physical well-being 
and/or character development of the student. Students may 
work as volunteers for the fire department or the ambulance 
service if they maintain a cumulative grade point average of 
2.00. First semester freshmen must have a satisfactory secondary 
school record. 

STUDENT RECORDS Copies of the Family Education Rights 
and Privacy Act of 1974, and amendments subsequent to this 
Act and HEW guidelines are available in the Office of Student 
Services. Students have the right to inspect and review official 
records, files and data directly related to them kept by any unit 
of the college. This request should be made in writing to the 



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administrator responsible for the record. Requests are to be 
processed within four or five days from the date the request has 
been filed. The Act stipulates a reasonable fee may be charged 
if copies of the material in the file are desired. 

STUDY ATMOSPHERE A study atmosphere is to be main- 
tained in the residence halls at all times. Musical instruments are 
not to be played in the residence halls (see "Sound Equipment"). 

SUICIDE Any student who attempts or makes a gesture of suicide 
will be asked to withdraw from school and will be readmitted 
only after therapy and a letter from the therapist. 

TELEPHONES Each residence hall room is equipped with a 
telephone jack. Students must provide their own phones which 
may be touch-tone or rotary. Pay telephones are available in the 
residence halls and in the College Plaza. Under no circum- 
stances are third party calls to be made on the college telephone 
lines or collect calls accepted. A student who becomes involved 
with third party billing or accepting collect calls will be subject 
to the following penalty: a $25 fine and suspension from classes 
until the fine and telephone charges are paid. 

TELEVISION AND STEREO SETS Television sets are not 
allowed in the rooms of the residence halls. Radio and stereo 
equipment are allowed, however, the volume must be adjusted 
so the equipment is not heard beyond the room where it is 
placed. Televisions will be confiscated and a fine imposed. 
Stereo equipment will also be confiscated if not used according 
to all the above guidelines. The residence hall deans are not 
responsible for the safety of any equipment confiscated during 
the school year. 

Television rooms are available in each residence hall. Pro- 
gramming on the sets in these rooms is under the direction of 
residence hall deans. There is also a television in the Student 
Center. Programming on the Student Center TV is restricted to 
cable news. Any exception to this restriction must be approved 
well in advance by the Student Activities Committee. 

THEATER ATTENDANCE The college does not condone 
attendance at motion picture theaters. Attendance at the 
theater may result in disciplinary action. 

TOWING Individuals on skateboards, sleds, bicycles, skis, or any 



similar conveyances are not to be towed behind any vehicle 
whatsoever. Students who violate this restriction are subject to 
cancellation of college registration which includes a $25 rein- 
statement fee. Repeat violators will be suspended. 

VIDEO TAPES Current copyright laws prohibit colleges and its 
suborganfzations from showing video tapes that are intended for 
home use only. Special licensing fees must be paid to show such 
tapes. Clubs, departments, student organizations must adhere to 
this restriction. Any videos that are shown must be approved by 
the Film Subcommittee. 

WEEKEND LEAVES Any time a student leaves the residence 
hall overnight a leave slip must be filled out and approved by a 
dean before leaving. Weekend leave slips must be turned in to 
the main desk by 1 0:00 p.m. Wednesday, at which time they will 
be approved or denied and returned to the student's mailbox. 
Falsification of weekend leaves will result in disciplinary action. 
Freshmen are limited to eight overnight leaves per semester. 
Any leave other than to home may need approval of parents or 
guardian. 

WORLD MISSIONS Information concerning Student Mission- 
ary or Taskforce opportunities is available in the chaplain's 
office. 

WORSHIP ATTENDANCE (Residence Halls) The strength 
to live a Christian life is possible through an on-going relation- 
ship with God. Christian living and spiritual commitment are 
dependent primarily on personal devotions. The Lord can bless 
each student through the experience of the worship program, 
but residence hall worships can never fulfill the need for a private 
devotional life. The deans urge students to take the time to 
meditate and study on their own. This will make residence hall 
worships and other religious services much more meaningful. 
It is necessary to require attendance at worship in order to 
maintain the spiritual uniqueness of Southern College. Purposes 
for worship are: 

1 . To offer a daily reminder of who we are, why we are here and 
where we are going. 

2. To develop a sense of Christian community. 

3. To give the student strength and encouragement through 



Christian fellowship. 

4. To enhance the spiritual growth of the students. 

5. To establish and strengthen the habit of daily devotions. 
Worships are held Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes- 
day. Worships are held twice each day, at 7:00 p.m. and 10:45 
p.m. Students are required to attend residence hall worship once 
a day, three of the four days (Sunday through Wednesday). A 
student may choose to attend Sabbath sundown Meditations in 
place of one day of residence hall worship. All resident students 
are required to attend Friday evening vespers unless they have 
an approved weekend leave. Worship cards will be given out 
until the scheduled starting time of the program. 

Worship Schedule 
Day Time Where 

Sunday 7:00 p.m. 

10:45 p.m. 
Monday 7:00 p.m. 

10:45 p.m. 
Tuesday 7:00 p.m. 

10:45 p.m. 
Wednesday 7:00 p.m. 

10:45 p.m. 



Thursday 



Friday 
Sabbath 



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Residence Hall 
Residence Hall 
Residence Hall 
Residence Hall 
Residence Hall 
Residence Hall 
Residence Hall 

No residence hall worship. Each 

student is expected to attend general 

college assembly. 
8:00 p.m. Church 

Sundown Evensong Church 



Blue worship excuse cards are available at the front desk. 
Excuses are given consideration when the student misses a 
whole day of worship options because of one single circum- 
stance beyond the student's control. Excuses are not consid- 
ered for a single worship appointment or for Sabbath Evensong. 
Excuse cards must have the appropriate signatures and be 
turned in by the following Monday. Students who have a direct 
conflict in meeting all worships in a single day may petition for 
a permanent excuse. Petition forms are available at the front 
desk. 

Seven skips are allowed each semester. Three of these skips 
may be for Friday vespers. The eighth skip will result in 
disciplinary restrictions for up to 21 days. The ninth skip will 
result in disciplinary restrictions for up to 42 days. The tenth 
skip will make the student subject to suspension. 



SUNDAY 



MONDAY 



TUESDAY 



WEDNESDAY 



THURSDAY 



FRIDAY 



Thanksgiving Vacation 



Christmas Tree Lighting, 3 
7 p.m. 



CARE Day 



Assembly, Clubs and 
Departments 



Sunset 5:29 Q 

Reverse Weekend 

All withdrawals after this date 
receive "F" 

Vespers, CARE 



SABBATH 



Church Service, 'J 

Ed Wright 

Evensong 5:30 

Film: Tora, Tora, Tora, 8 pm, Des 



Jingle Bell Jog, 2 p.m. Q 
SA Christmas Party 



Faculty Senate, 3:30 p.m. Q 



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Departments 



Sunset 5:30 J 3 

Vespers, Music Department 



Church Service, 
Greater Collegedale 
Music Program 

Evensong 5:30 

SC Concert Band 



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January, 1893 

First building erected at 
Graysville campus 

January 28, 1923 

Sojuconians student 
organization began 

January, 1939 

Triangle Club formed 

January 22, 1942 

Girls' Club renamed 
Dasowakita 

January 9, 1944 

Train derails in 
Collegedale 

January 25, 1979 

Library installs book drop 

January 14-17, 1985 

Jones Hall torn down 

January 19, 1985 

Anton Heiller Memorial 
Organ completed 

January 14, 1988 

10 inches of snow falls — 
most in 61 years 



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Evensong 5:30 


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1:30-5:00 p.m. Pre-registered 
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Basketball Sign-up 
Registration 




Classes begin "7 

Late registration fee applies 



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Vespers, CARE 



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Ed Wright 

Evensong 5:30 



Warren Miller Ski Movie, 
"Bom To Ski," 8 p.m., lies 



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Joint Worship, 7 p.m., 1 O 
Cafeteria 



Last day to add or drop 1 "3 
class without fee 

Last day for 100% tuition refund 
for withdrawal ($50 charge for 
complete withdrawal) 

Faculty Senate, 3:30 p.m. 



Change of class fee applies 1 A I CARE Day 



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Assembly, 1 1 am, lies, 1 C 
Richard Schaefer 



Sunset 5:54 1 "7 

Vespers, Norman Yeager 



Church Service 
Evensong 5:30 
SA Party 



Religion Renewal Weekend, Norman Yeager 



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Last day to add a class 20 

Last day for 90% tuition refund 
for withdrawals 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 

Jerry Farmer, clarinet, 8 p.m., 
Ackerman 



Order graduation O 1 

announcements 

Senior Class Organization, 
1 1 a.m., Brock 338 

Double Credit Assembly, 
Acappella, 7 p.m., lies 



22 



Blood Assurance 



Assembly, 10:30 am., lies, 23 
Southern Celebrates 
the Centennial 



Sunset 6:01 
Reverse Weekend 



24 



Last day to return textbooks 
until April buy back 

Vespers, SC Orchestra 



Church Service, 
Jim Herman 

Evensong 5:30 

Pizza and Movie 



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refund for withdrawals 

Faculty Meeting, 4 p.m. 

Joint Worship, Larry Colbum, 
World Missions, 7 pm., Church 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 



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Assembly, 1 1 am, Church, ^Q 
World Missions 



Sunset 6:08 3 J 

Last day to order graduation 
announcements Campus Shop 

Vespers, ADRA 



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February 18, 1915 

Girls' dormitory at STS I 
burns down 

I February, 1951 

Hackman Hall dedicated 

j February 8, 1952 

SMC accredited as four- 
year teacher training 
college 

February 10, 1954 
Harold Miller Hall 
dedicated 

February 13, 1977 

Campus AM radio 
station begins broad- 
casting 

\M WaM February 7-11, 1978 

First Black History Week 

February 14, 1980 

Computer dating 
service started 

February 24, 1982 

Blue jeans permitted as 
classroom attire 








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FRIDAY 



SABBATH 



Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 

CARE Film Festival 

Evensong 6:00 

Pops Concert 



1 



Evening Meeting, 7 p.m. O 



Last day for 70% tuition 3 
refund for withdrawals 

Evening Meeting, 7 p.m. 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 



Assembly, 1 1 am, Church, A 
Victor Czerkasij, (double 
credit) 

Evening Meeting, 7 p.m. 



Evening Meeting, 7 p.m. K 



Assembly, 1 1 am, Church, £ 
Victor Czerkasij, (double 
credit) 

Evening Meeting, 7 p.m. 



Sunset 6:15 "7 

Vespers, Victor Czerkasij 



Week of Spiritual Emphasis, Victor Czerkas 



Church Service, 
Victor Czerkasij 

Evensong 6:00 

Pizza and Movie 



8 



SA Valentine Banquet 



Last day for 60% tuition 1 f\ 
refund for withdrawals 

Faculty Senate, 3:30 p.m. 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 



Daniel Lichti, baritone, 1 1 
8 p.m., Ackerman 



Rees Series, 7 p.m., lies 1 2 



Assembly, 11 a.m., lies, 1 O 
SA Election Speeches 

SA Pep Day 

Rees Series, 7 p.m., lies 



Sunset 6:22 
Vespers, CARE 



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Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 

Evensong 6:00 

Rees Series, 7 p.m., lies 



15 



Faculty/Senior/Board 1 g 
Banquet, 6:30 p.m. 



Last day for 50% tuition | 7 
refund for withdrawals 

Southern College Board 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 



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Black History Week 



Assembly, 11 am, Church, OQ 
Joseph McCoy 



Sunset 6:29 2 \ 

Vespers, Ben Carson 



Church Service, 
Ben Carson 

Evensong 6:00 

Classic Film Series 



22 



23 



Last day for 40% tuition 24 
refund for withdrawals 

Faculty Meeting, 4 p.m. 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 



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CARE Day 



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Assembly, 11 a.m., lies, 27 
College Bowl 




Evensong 6:00 



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1892-1992 



March, 1895 

Three Graysville 
Academy faculty 
members arrested for 
Sunday law violations 

March 26, 1923 

First school annual The 
Southland produced 

(March 28, 1945 
College Hall renamed 
Lynn Wood Hall 

March 22, 1946 

Ground breaking 
ceremony for 
Miss Jones' Cottage 

March 26, 1971 

First Rees Series basket- 
ball games played 

March 16, 1973 

Collegedale flooded 
by 7 inches of rain 

March, 1983 

Orlando nursing program 
expanded 



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Gordon Bietz 



Evensong 6:30 



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refund for withdrawals 

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Soccer Sign-up 



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Assembly, 1 1 am, Church, 1 O 
Tony Campolo, 
Staley Lectureship 



Sunset 6:47 J 3 

Last day to drop a class and 
automatically receive a "W" 

Vespers, Don Keele, Jr. 



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Church Service, 
Ken Rogers 

Evensong 6:30 



Die Meistersinger Home Show, 
8 p.m., Ackerman 



Academic Profile Test 1 R 
Associate Degree Seniors, 
Juniors, and Sophomores 

Symphony Guild Flea Market 



Last day for 20% tuition 1 g 
refund for withdrawals 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 

Trio d'Archi di Roma, 8 p.m., 
Ackerman 


SA Pep Day 1 n 

Withdrawals through April 
10 receive "W" or "WF" 


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Advisement for Summer/Fall 


Assembly, 1 1 a.m., Church, 1 Q 
Gottfried Oosterwal 


Sunset 6:52 
Reverse Weekend 
Vespers, Concert 

jn Music Festival 


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Evensong 6:30 

Music Festival Concert, 8 p.m., lies 

SA Party 








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Associate Degree Seniors, 
Juniors, and Sophomores 

International Extravaganza 



Last day for 10% tuition 23 
refund for withdrawals 

E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 



Mo tuition refund for 24 
withdrawals 



Anderson Nursing 25 

Series: Diann (Justal, 
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 



Advisement for Summer/Fall 



Assembly, 1 1 a.m.. Church, 2 fi 
Senior Recognition 



Sunset 6:58 27 

Vespers, Derek Morris 



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Church Service, 
Lorabel Midkiff 

Evensong 6:30 



Something Special Home Show, 
8 p.m., Academy Auditorium 



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Communication 3O 
Career Day 




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Faculty Meeting, 4 p.m. 






E. A. Anderson Lecture Series 






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School name changed to 
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April, 1906 

Southern Training School 
becomes legal entity 

April 12, 1910 

Work begins on new 
boys' dormitory 

April 5, 1916 

STS Board visits 
«\<il Thatcher Farm site 

C April 21, 1952 
First broadcast by WSMC 

fAi CO' April 2, 1976 

SMC Concert Band 
marches in Disney World 
Bicentennial Celebration 

April 7, 1976 

Mazie Herin Hall dedicated 

April 5, 1982 

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Sunset 7:03 3 
Vespers, Destiny 




CARE Week 


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Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 

Evensong 6:30 

Gym-Masters Home Show, 
9 p.m., lies 



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Senior deadline for completion of 
correspondence, incompletes, etc. 

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Evensong 8:00 

SC Concert Band, 9 p.m., lies 



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date receive "F" 

Vespers, Meal Wilson 

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Symphony Dinner 
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Sunset 8:15 
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Vespers, Collegiate Missions 



Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 

Evensong 8:00 

Strawberry Festival 



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Easter 



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Awards Day 



Pre-Registration for First Semester 



Sunset 8:20 24 

Vespers, Southern Singers 



Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 

Evensong 8:00 

Classic Film Series 



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May 22-25, 1933 

Union -wide Youth 
Congress held at SJC 

May, 1946 

First electrically heated 
house in Collegedale 
built — Suhrie House 

May 4, 1946 

Collegedale Church has 
first service in Tabernacle 

May 26, 1946 

First collegiate senior 
class graduates (bacca- 
laureate degrees given) 

I May 13, 1962 

f First SMC Symphony 
Orchestra concert 

i May, 1966 

First ornithology field trip 
to Florida 

May 3, 1970 

SMC presents musical 
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8 p.m., lies 



SABBATH 



Church Service, lies, 
Baccalaureate Service 

Nurses' Pinning, 7:30 p.m.. 
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Commencement Wee! 





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Second Semester grades K 
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Last day to add a First C 
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Halvorsen, Chattanooga 
Convention and Trade Center 
(Collegedale Church closed) 



Mother's Day 



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Last day to drop First Session 
class and automatically 
receive a "W 



Church Service, 1 C 

Collegedale Academy 
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All First Session withdrawals 
after this date receive a grade 
ofF" 



Church Service, 
Gordon Bietz 



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Church Service, Gordon Bietz 

Pre-Registration for Third Summer Session 

Sunset 8:57 

End of Second Session 

Church Service, Ed Wright 

Third Summer Session begins 

Second Summer Session grades due 


1 Second Session begins 

2 First Summer Session grades due 

3 Last day to add a Second Session class 


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12 Sunset 8:55 

1 2 Last day to drop a Second Session class 
and automatically receive a "W" 

13 Church Service, Retired Workers' 
Convention 

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after this date receive a grade of "F" 

Church Service, Jim Herman 

Sunset 8:50 

Third Summer Session ends 

Church Service, Ed Wright 

Fourth Summer Session Registration 

Fourth Summer Session begins 

Third Summer Session grades due 

Last day to add a Fourth Session course 

Sunset 8:45 


1 Last day to add a Third Summer Session 
class 

3 Sunset 8:59 

4 Church Service, Gordon Bietz 


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5 Southern Celebrates - Parade 
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class and automatically receive a "W" 

1 1 Church Service, Ken Rogers 
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1992 



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