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Catalog ... . linois FOREIGN STUDENTS: Foreign students from many countries throughout the world arenow attending on this campus. Special courses in rhetoric andspeech are offered for those who do not have proficiency in theEnglish language because of their foreign background. Theseclasses are designed to take care of the individual needs of thestudent. The Coordinator of Foreign Student Affairs, together 6 with special advisors, assists foreign-born students to evaluatetheir abilities, plan their programs and interpret regulationsapplicable to foreign students. This service includes assistanc

Catalog ... . linois FOREIGN STUDENTS: Foreign students from many countries throughout the world arenow attending on this campus. Special courses in rhetoric andspeech are offered for those who do not have proficiency in theEnglish language because of their foreign background. Theseclasses are designed to take care of the individual needs of thestudent. The Coordinator of Foreign Student Affairs, together 6 with special advisors, assists foreign-born students to evaluatetheir abilities, plan their programs and interpret regulationsapplicable to foreign students. This service includes assistanc Stock Photo
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Catalog ... . linois FOREIGN STUDENTS: Foreign students from many countries throughout the world arenow attending on this campus. Special courses in rhetoric andspeech are offered for those who do not have proficiency in theEnglish language because of their foreign background. Theseclasses are designed to take care of the individual needs of thestudent. The Coordinator of Foreign Student Affairs, together 6 with special advisors, assists foreign-born students to evaluatetheir abilities, plan their programs and interpret regulationsapplicable to foreign students. This service includes assistanceon problems of extension of stay, permission to accept employ-ment, border-crossing, and the details of maintaining legal status. FACILITIES: 75 classrooms 35 modern, fully-equipped science laboratories 110,000-volume library Recreational facilities and lounges Food service Gymnasium facilities for men and women Auditorium facilities for educational, social and special events Student union Language Laboratory. A typical class. Dramatic arts and play production Recording equipment Bookstore Student newspaper and photography facilities Musical instruments for loan Record library and listening facilities Health Service ATHLETICS: 1. Varsity competition inBasketballBaseballCross CountryFootballGolf Gymnastics Soccer Swimming Tennis Track and Field Wrestling 2. Intramural sports program serves over 2000 students eachsemester. 3. Womens Athletic Association and Orchesis Sports Activities Dance Activities STUDENT COUNSELING SERVICES: Educational and vocational guidance counseling. See pages 63-65. CURRICULA IN MUSIC ARE NOT OFFERED ONTHIS CAMPUS. But certain courses in music are. See page 148. IS ROTC REQUIRED? Participation is urged, but not required. If started, it must becompleted. See pages 124-126. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Generally, all students must earn four semesters credit inphysical education for the bachelors degree. See page 121.Registration in ROTC does not exempt students f