All study cards for the spring term are due in 2 University Hall at 5 p.m. today. Undergraduates who do not turn in their cards and course changes by then are liable to a fine. Fines range from $10 for cards only one week old to $20 plus possible disciplinary action for those turned in after February 19.
Study Cards Due at 5 p.m.; Fines Levied for Tardiness
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