26 HOWARD UNIVERSITY". ^
11. In general, any violalion of any of the foregoing direc- j
tions will cause your e.rercise to be rejcctcd. j
Students are expected to observe the usuai requirements of jj
o-ood societv and to obev the special rules of the institution as j)
amiounceti from time to time. For neglect of dnty or impro- I)
priety of conduct, they will be liable to reprimand, suspension, (j
private dismission or public e.xpulsion, aecording to the nature [
and aggravation of the offenee. |j
Students are required to abstain from the use of tobacco and j)
intoxicating drinks, and from sedentary games of chance. !j
No student is permitted to visit one of the other sex at a private jj
Ali the young men will meet the Principal at sudi time and jj
place as may be designateci once a week, for practical lecturcs I)
on general habits, methods of study, and other important sub- ij
jeets. Also each pupil will be expected to givc a voluntarv re- ij
port of sudi of bis delinquincies under the rules of the depart- ;j
ment as are not providcd for otherwise. p
In like manner ali the young ladies will meet one of the lì
ladv assistants for similar purposcs. ìj
RECORDS AXD CERTIFICATES.
Everv recitation and examination is marked and a pcrma-
nent record kept in the office of the department of the attain-
ments of each student, and also of bis delinqueneies.
Information concerning bis progress and deportment is, when
requested, communicatecl to the parent or guardian.
Ccrtificates will be given at the dose of each terni, showiii"-
the recorcls of student, with respect to seholarship attendancc,
punctuality, conduct, and examinations.
Ali the students tire required to attend public worship al
h-ast once on the Sabbath, and public prayer in the Chapel