|Paper||Dixie State University Student Newspapers|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Dixie State University Student Newspapers|
September 22, 1961 THE DIXIE SUN Dismissal of Classes Policy on Using From From time to time various School Phones to hold groups request permission special assemblies at Dixie College at times other than the regular assembly period. To make it possible for these groups to have an audience it has been necessary to dismiss classes. Too frequently students dismissed do not attend the assembly in question. Hereafter, the following policy will prevail: 1. All requests for special assemblies will be referred to the Assemblies and Programs which will check with the Scheduling Committee in order to clear the time and facilities. Co-mitt- and department telephones are provided by help staff members conduct college business more effectively. Telephones are not to be used by students, except in the case of student employees who are conducting school busi-ness Student officers may use the telephone in the office of the Dean of Students with his permission, or the telephone in the counselors office with the permission of the telephone operator only when discussing student government affairs. The telephone in the Public Relations office may be used only by Public Relations personnel. Pay telephones are available in the Annex and Administration Build-ing for student calls. Page 3 LITTLE MAN ON. CAMPUS Office ' 1 ' 1 2. The Assemblies and Programs 3. 4. Committee will inform the group making the request that they may present their program and that the Dixie College faculty and students will be made aware of the fact that it is being presented. College classes will not be dismissed except by special petition of the instructor to Council. the Administrative College students not in classes will be invited to attend if they choose. High School classes may attend in a group with their teacher at his or her discretion. Housing Policy During the past two or three years, several householders have complained of their student renters; likewise, several students have had misunderstandings with their landlords. In order to reduce such problems to a minimum, the housing committee at Dixie has established a new policy, the high points of which are listed below. 1. All students who are not living in the homes of relatives or friends approved by their parents must live in either college 5. Dismissal of all classes will operated facilities or community not be possible except under housing approved by the college. the following circumstances: 2. A written contract should be n a. The Assemblies andmade out in triplicate by the stuthe Administrative dent and the landlord. A copy is Council to consider the to be retained by the landlord, anmerits of such dismissal. other is to be kept by the student, b. If the decision of this and another must be given to the is favorable, it will present Dean of Students for his files. its recommendation to the 3. A $15.00 breakage deposit faculty at its regularly must remain with the landlord scheduled faculty meeting, throughout the term of the conc. The faculty will by major- tract. Said deposit will be returned to the student if the apartment is ity vote decide that group in approved condition when he dismissal is in the best inIf a student moves before moves. of all the students terest of his contract period the end the of Dixie College. deposit will be forfeited. Landlords are encouraged to lease their apartments by the quarter or year. 4. Unless a different hour is agreed upon before hand by the student and landlord, quiet hours will be maintained after 10 p. m. be permitted In order that we might prevent No late parties shall in facilities. rental time at any students from exerting pressure on 5. Each student will be expectfaculty members to change the grades, the faculty has agreed to ed to maintain the social standards the following proceedure: as listed in the catalog. obvious an is 6. If a student moves to another Except that there clerical error, a grade shall not be apartment, he must execute anchanged until the student has made other contract with that landlord a formal request in writing that and deposit a copy with the Dean this be considered by a committee of Students. composed of the teacher, the divisOther details are listed in the ion director, and the registrar. Should the committee wish to ask Housing Policy.. Each apartment the student questions he should should have a copy. Copies of this be available in order that the mat- and the contract have been sent to ter might be thoroughly discussed. most landlords. However, additionThe decision rendered by this com- al information may be secured from the Dean of Students. mittee shall be final. Pro-titio- Request for Change Of Grade Policy WHERE I KEEP MY TEST PAPER 4." non-reside- nt feited. School Lunch Regulations lunch is a courtesy the Washington County provided by School Board and the faculty of Dixie College. Students granted this courtesy must abide by the following regulations: 1. The teacher in charge has the authority and responsibility to enforce the regulations. 3. 4. will be Students who forget their tickets will leave a deposit of 50c per meal, redeemable when ticket is punched. 6. The school lunch will not open before 12:05 daily. Lunch tickets will be punched by the leader in charge or his substitute, who will present the school lunch manager with a written note. 7. Students will be expected to behave like ladies and gentlemen in the waiting line and in the lunch room. Tickets will be sold on Friday and Monday until 10:30 a. m. in the College Prices are: College students, $1.75; High School students, $1.25. Tickets are sold by the week only. Book-Stor- tickets 5. The school 2. All picked up Friday. 30c. 8. Unless express permission is the school lunch manager, the school lunch line will close daily at 12:35, the door will be locked and students will be refused admisgiven e. Tickets will be appropriately punched to indicate the week during which they are to be used. High School tickets will be marked with H.S. and can be used by high school students only. Tickets are valid only for the week punched. The price of meals not eaten during that week will be for Students who have not purchased a ticket will not be admitted until 25 minutes after the first meal is served. Students who do not have tickets will pay 40c for their meal. High School students will pay by sion. 9. Students are entitled to a maximum of two bottles of milk each. 10. Students who break the above regulations by crowding, boisterous behavior, stealing milk, refusing to answer questions asked by the teacher, etc., will have their tickets canceled for the week and at the suggestion of the teacher and school lunch manager will be denied further school lunch privileges.