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Amorc College: Matriculation Form. Rules and Regulations. College Curriculum.
Amorc College: Matriculation Form. Rules and Regulations. College Curriculum.

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AMORC COLLEGEof THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Inc.
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE BUREAU.SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 
GentlemenDateI desire to be enrolled and registered in your College as a Student for the purposeof pursuing one or more Courses of Study under the unique system you have adopted.In making this Application, I am mindful of the Rules and Regulations of AMORCCOLLEGE, as set forth on the reverse side of this form, and if my Application is accepted and I become a duly REGISTERED STUDENT, I shall gladly abide by such Rules and Regulations and all consistent Decrees of the Board of Directors of the College.I wish to take the following COURSE OF STUDY:
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(Write name of Course here) (Cost of Course)
and I enclose herewith $10.00 (ten dollars) as my Matriculation Fee, and upon my accept-ance as a Student, you are to send me a Matriculation Certificate, followed by weeklyLectures and such Text Books, Reference Books, Charts or other helps as are included inmy Course of Study, including the regular “Testsand Examinations and additional Ad-vice, until I have completed the Course, passed the final Examination, and received myDiploma and Graduation Honors ; and I will fulfill my Obligations by paying the monthlyFee of $5.00, until my Tuition is fully paid (as per catalogue terms). It is understood,that this arrangement may be terminated by either party for good cause upon 10 days notice.Full Name
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
Every Prospective Student Should Read These Carefully.
1. Upon receipt of the Matriculation Form and the Matriculation Fee of Ten Dollars,the Examining Board will communicate with the Prospective Student if anyfurther information is desired, otherwise a Certificate of Registration in the Col-lege will be sent to the Student and the Student is then entitled to Regular Membership in the College.2. All Students holding a Certificate of Registration will receive weekly or semi-monthly lectures and other matter by mail, according to the nature of the Course being pursued by the Student. These lectures will be sent with full instructions,and when books or reference reading are included wfith the Course, these will besent at the proper time without additional cost.3. When in the judgment of the Faculty the Student requires personal instruction,help or examination, he will be directed to the College Branch Lecturer in hislocality for such help or examination, without additional fee of any kind. Thisincludes the privilege of attending the College Classes in the Branches of theCollege in various localities of the States.4. The monthly tuition fees for all courses are Five Dollars. This monthly fee of five dollars must be mailed by the student each month between the first and third of the month so that it is received and recorded not later than the tenth of themonth on the College Records. Failure to pay any monthly fee will automaticallywithhold the lectures of the succeeding months.5. The Matriculation Fee is deducted from the cost of each Course. Students must pay expressage on any books given to them and must pay postage on any and allmatter sent to the College.6. If illness or lack of funds prevents a student from keeping up with his studies and a short or long delay results. The student can begin studiesagain by paying themonthly fee for the month in which the studies are resumed.7. It is understood that the student will not show or loan his lessons and lectures tothose not Registered in the same Class and subject, or who are not students of this College.8. Students will be allowed a
service fee
for any service they render in securing newand desirable students for the College.9. When Examinations for Graduation or Honorary Degrees are held, students musthave seventyfive per cent, or more in their marks to pass. All help will be givento make this possible and students may restudy any subject without additionalfee in order to pass all final examinations.10. The general principles and ethics of the College are binding upon all studentsand graduates.
 
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COPYRIGHTED 1919 BY
AMORC COLLEGE
OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
INCORPORATED NATIONAL EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND COLLEGE HALLS
SAN FRANCISCO, - CALIFORNIA 

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