The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Conditions of Admission to the Normal School
Conditions of Admission to the Normal School.
No student shall be admitted to any class of the Normal College until he [unclear: shall] have had recorded to his credit, on the books of the University, a passing grade of [unclear: Gramm] on a scale of 100 in the following subjects, viz.: English, [including [unclear: Gramme] Spelling and Reading,] Arithmetic, Geography and United States History. [unclear: This] passing grade may be obtained either by regular work in the academic classes, or [unclear: his] the case of new students, by special examinations, which examinations will, in [unclear: all] cases, be under the direction of the heads of those departments to which the [unclear: subject] above mentioned respectively belong.
Students may, upon satisfactory examination, be admitted to advanced [unclear: standing] in the department, under the general rule of the Faculty governing promotions.