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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 i EDUCATION Of Lethbridge ESTER 1973 FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION: Interested persons should contact the Registrar (329-2231) for information on registration procedures and Application for Admission and Registration and Audit. Admission may be gained under either the regular admission program or the special mature student procedure which is open to everyone over 19 years of age who does not meet the regular entrance requirements and who has been away from formal schooling for at least one year. New or returning students should apply for admission to the office of the Registrar by August 3, 1973. The course enrollment deadline is September For more detailed descriptions of the courses and programs refer to the University Calendar. AUDIT: Persons who wish to take courses for interest i.e. audit, not credit can register as Auditors. The fee for this is per course. Auditors do not submit assignments, sit for examinations, or receive degree credit for the course. Under this option, no background is required and no transcripts need be submitted. However, a completed audit registration form must be submitted to the instructor for approval. Audit forms must be completed and returned to the Office of the Registrar with appropriate fees by September 21, 1973 for Off-Campus and September 5, 1973 for On-Campus. DOCUMENTS: Students planning to register for credit who have never been admitted to The University of Lethbridge must ensure that Application for Admission forms and other documents are submitted to the Office of the Registrar. Application for Admission deadline is August 3, 1973, and December 7, 1973, for the Fall and Spring semesters respectively. ACADEMIC ADVISING: It is important that all students, new or returning, seek academic advice concerning their aims, programs and standing. It is advantageous to consult advisors during the weeks prior to the beginning of classes, but advisors are available to students throughout the year. Academic Advising is coordinated by the office of the Dean. special arrangement, students in Arts and Sciences, may take courses for credit through Independent Studies: designated numbers are 1990, 3991, 4990, in a particular discipline. Detailed information on the availability of such courses may be obtained from the department in which the student wishes to carry out his study. BUS SERVICE: Regular bus service to the campus will ensure the accessibility of evening classes. PAR Kl NG: is available. Please contact the Business Office. STUDENT SERVICE: All regular student services will be available to persons interested in taking a degree during the evening Financial Assistance and Awards, Counselling and Food Services, Faculty Advisors, Health Services, Bookstore, The Continuing Education Program must be. regarded as tentative; the University reserves the right to cancel or subsitute any of the above courses if circumstances so require. L PUBLIC SERVICE NON-CREDIT PROGRAM i-credit courses are TO REGISTER BY MAIL: Kindly fill out the registration form available at the Registrar's Office (Phone 329-2231) and send it accompanied by your cheque or money order (do not send cash through the mail) to: Registrar's Office, Non-Credit Division University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta TO REGISTER IN PERSON: Registration personnel will be available outside the door of the class for one hour before commencement of the first session of each course. Forms will be available and you may register then. NOTE: All cheques and money orders should be made payable to: THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRDIGE MUSIC The University of Lethbridge Wind Ensemble the sponsorship of the University Public Service Program, the Department of Music will initiate a University Wind Ensemble in the 1973 Fall Term. Commencing its rehearsals on September 7, the ensemble will be under the directorship of Orlan Strom and hold weekly rehearsals on Friday evenings from to p.m. throughout the semester. All persons interested in becoming members of this ensemble who have had some previous experience in bands or other instrumental ensembles are invited to apply. Players are needed on brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments. Rehearsals will be held in Room E-690 (lecture theatre) of the main academic building. The ensemble is open to members of the Lethbridge community as well as regular university students. For further information, contact: the Se-'etary, Department of Music, University of Lethbridge. hone: 329-2338, Room E-566, main academic building.) The University of Lethbridge Choir The Choir will recommence activities on September 11 under the direction of Professor Lucien Needham. Rehearsals take place weekly at Assumption School auditorium, 14th Avenue 24th Street South, on Tuesday evenings, p.m. Interested and reasonably experienced choral singers are invited to apply for membership. The University of Lethbridge Concert Series U of L Concert Series begins October 3, 1973 and concludes April 10, 1974. Concerts are held in the Yates Centre, p.m.: tickets Adults Students .50. The University of Lethbridge Conservatory Program The Conservatory Program makes available non-credit instruction in music to a limited number of musically qualified students. The lessons are offered on a semester series basis. For further information about areas of instruction available for the current year, fees, etc., apply to: the Secretary, Department of Music, University of Lethbridge. PHYSICS Discovering The Stars This course will be an elementary survey of current knowledge of space and the universe. The lectures will be illustrated with films and slides. The lectures will be aimed at the adult layman with an interest in space. No technical background will be necessary, group discussion encouraged Times: Tuesdays, p.m., September 25 to November 6 (7 sessions) Place: Room E-726, Academic Residence Building Fees: Adults Students and Senior Citizens POLITICAL SCIENCE Participation in Politics This course is concerned with the evolution of technology and the day to day mechanics of political campaigning. All students will have the opportunity to develop their political decision making abilities by participating with the class in determining appropriate actions in real life campaign situations. Times: Wednesdays, p.m., October 24 to November 28 (6 sessions) Place: Room D-630, Academic Residence Building Fees: Adults Students and Senior Citizens PHYSICAL EDUCATION The Volunteer Sports Coach The course will be geared to an exploration of the complicated process of coaching sports. It will analyse the growth and development process of children in relation to sport participation and assess the role of conditioning from a physical and psychological point of view. The needs of the volunteer coach who lacks professional training have been emphasized in the development of the course. Because of the expertise available among the contributors, this could also be a valuable refresher experience for professional physical educators. Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays, p.m., September and 18 Place: Room 233, Physical Education and Fine Arts Building Fees: Sports Officials Workshop This course has been designed to analyse the responsibilities and duties of the sports official, general principles of officiating, and the sports official's attitude. There will also be four separate sessions on the technical aspects of hockey, basketball, volleyball and football. Times: September 14, 15, and 16, starting p.m. Place: Room 233, Physical Education and Fine Arts Building Fees: (includesSaturday lunch) Recreation Leadership A general course in recreational leadership, designed primarily for the layman, including basic theories and techniques of leadership as well as practical instruction in a wide variety of specific recreational activities. Place: UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRDIGE, Room 233, Physical Education Fine Arts Building; TABER, Civic CREEK, FORT MACLEOD Times: Saturdays, a.m. noon, September 15 to December sessions) Fees: 10.00 per semester or per session Physical Fitness Training Methods This course has been designed for laymen to examine in depth the role of physical activity in our society under such topics as physical work capacity; physiological effects of physical conditioning; guidelines and principles for physical training; nutrition and physical performance; factors affecting performance. Physical activity sessions for all students will be integrated into the course as a means of developing more effective practical understanding and appreciation of the lecture topics. Times: Wednesdays, p.m., September 19 to November 21 (10 sessions) Place: City of Lethbridge, Civic Center Fees: PSYCHOLOGY OFFERING Belonginess and Mental Health A discussion of love, belongingness, affection, affiliation, identity, etc., as related to emotional adjustment of the individual. The results of some research dealing with the relationship between belongingness and mental health and the implication for child rearing and prevention of mental illness. Times: Mondays, p.m., October 1 to November 2C '8 sessions) Place: Room D-630, Academic Residence Building Fees: Adults Students and Senior Citizens STUDENT INITIATED PROGRAM Women in Film A film series which will focus on images of woman in North American movies from the 1930's to the present. This student initiated course will begin with registration at an all-day FREE media event on September 29, which will show a selection of contemporary, experimental, and classic films, a video workshop, and a display of women's photography. The course itself will feature some of your favourite film classics, as well as shorter documentaries, and some new images created by women filmmakers in the 1970's. Bring your own ideas and questions for the discussion groups to be held each evening after the film viewing. Times: Wednesdays, starting at p.m., October 3 to November 21 (8 sessions) Place: Lethbridge Civic Center Fees: Adults Students and Senior Citizens OFF CAMPUS PUBLIC SERVICE COURSES MILK RIVER Southern Alberta: A Regional Perspective This geography program will provide an in-depth background concerning the area of southern Alberta. A series of lectures will be given primarily by scholars at the University who have deep interest in matters pertaining to Southern Alberta. This is an excellent opportunity to know more about the area in which you live and continue your education at the same time. Times: To be announced at a later date. Place: MILK RIVER Fees: Adults Students Senior Citizens COALDALE Oral German A beginner's course in oral German recommended to persons who have not studied the language previously. The aim of the course is the ability to converse readily in German, using audio-lingual methods. Syntactic aspects of the language and basic vocabulary will be incorporated into the drill-work, dialogues, and conversations, all dealing with everyday situations. Times: Thursdays, p.m., October 4 to Decembers (10sessions) Place: COALDALE, United Church Hall Fees: Adults and Senior Citizens ;