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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 11

Expenses per Annum

Expenses per Annum.

Board (in clubs) from $2.50 to $3.00 per week 597.50 to $117.00
Tuition 70.00 to 70.00
Room rent (not including vacations) 20.00 to 20.00
Incidentals 6.00 to 8.00
Library fee, fifty cents per term 1.50 to 1.50
Total $195.00 to $216.50

Students provide their own furniture, except bedsteads,—a single bedstead being placed by the University in each dormitory. The students, also, provide their own fuel and lights. The use of kerosene and soft coal is prohibited in the University building. Gas costs about fifty cents a week for each room, and fuel from $10 to $20 per annum for each student. Washing has been, during the past year, seventy-five cents per dozen.

The rule of the Trustees requires all bills to be paid strictly in advance, before the students enter their several classes; and by failure to comply with these terms, the student forfeits the privileges of the University. (See "Rules and Regulations," page 30.)

Parents will take notice that the whole necessary expense for one year, including wood lights, and washing, varies but little from $300. This has been proved by the actual experience of students who practice economy. Any material variation from this amount may be regarded as unnecessary.