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MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1978
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episcopal Jiffuilent Center
(adjacent to southside of campus)
Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m.:
Eucharist & Supper
Wednesdays 12 noon Bible Study
Fridays, 6:30 a.m.:
Eucharist & Breakfast
Sundays, 6:30 p.m.:
Fellowship & Eucharist
Fr. James Moore, Chaplain
By JEANNE LOPEZ
Yesterday members of the Bryan
and College Station Knights of Co
lumbus, a Catholic men’s fraternity,
conducted a “Light Up for Life
Campaign” to dramatize their op
position to abortion. The campaign
was a nationwide effort by the KC
Councils. But locally the campaign
was not a success.
“I don’t know why, but participa
tion was very low,” said Dr.
Franklin Stein, Grand Knight of the
College Station KC Council. “It was
not as much as I expected,” he said.
Sunday marked the fourth an
niversary of the Supreme Court’s
decision to legalize abortion.
Members and other interested
persons were asked to show their ill
feelings toward abortion by burning
their porch lights and driving with
their headlights on during thedaj,
Only a few porch lights and a
headlights were turned on Sunt
in Bryan and College Station.
There are 100 members i
College Station Council and 3^
members in the Bryan KC Coundl
Members informed the publici
the Sunday campaign by passings
literature and by making radio an
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BUY, SELL, RENT, ANNOUNCE . .
Battalion Classified Pulls!
Edwin H. Cooper, Dean
Admissions and Records
li Tejfas A&M University
(1 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
STUDENT RECORDS POLICY
e January, 1975
To comply with the requirements of the "Family Edu
cational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974," Texas
A&M University has adopted policies and proce-
k dures publicly periodically. These policies and pro
cedures are intended to implement the requirements
y of this Act and to clarify these requirements for all
li members of the University student body, faculty, pro
fessional staff, parents and other interested parties.
Any person desiring further clarification of this policy
statement may request same from Mr. Robert A.
c Lacey, Registrar.
C |. According to the Texas A&M Student Rec
ords System, records will be maintained in a
variety of administrative offices as outlined be
low. The chief administrative officer in each
t office will be responsible for the records under
q his control and lor the release of information in
Director o» Admissto
Dean-of the Gradual
Director ol Academic
Director ol Stud.
Director of the l
j E Sasse
Dean ol the College
Dean ol the College
Dean ol Ihe College
2 College c
John B Beckham
George C Shelton
ie Seventy-two Heads ol the Acad<
Department Heads Departments
Ailton C Sandel Foreign Stui
II Student Access to Education Records
All students (and former students) of Texas
A&M University have the right of access to
their education records for the purpose of re
view. with the exception of those records pro
hibited by the Act (see Section III).
A. Students have the right to obtain copies of
records relating to themselves at the ex
pense of the student. The reproduction
charge shall not exceed the actual cost to
B. The University will respond to all requests
for explanations and interpretations of
records or information, provided the re
sponse is not in violation of this Act.
C. The Act provides that a student may waive
his right of access to confidential letters of
recommendation in the areas of admis
sions, job placement and receipt of
awards. Students seeking employment
through the University Placement Office
may have signed such a waiver. Informa
tion concerning the status of such waivers
may be obtained from the Director of
Placement. Consent to release personally
identifiable information, such as rank in
class, personal conduct, grade point ratio,
academic progress, etc., to non-
authorized personnel (see Section IV)
. should be obtained from the student by
individuals releasing such information.
II. Records Not Accessible to Students
A. Instructional, supervisory, and administra
tive personnel records and educational
personnel records pertaining thereto in the
sole possession of the author and not re
vealed to any person other than a substi
tute (i.e., grade books, notes of observa
tion and notes for recollection purposes).
B. Records of a student in the custody of the
Office of University Police, provided they
are maintained solely for law enforcement
purposes, and are made available only to
law enforcement officials of the same
C. Employment records of a University em
ployee who is not a student.
D. Records and information on a student
maintained by a physician, psychiatrist or
psychologist employed by the University.
These records and information will be
made available to a physician or other ap
propriate professional of the student s
Call: George Webb
Farmers Insurance Group
3400 S. College
OFFIC IAL NOTICE
OFFICIAL NOTICE TO TEXAS A&M
In the past, certain information has been made pub
lic by Texas A&M University as a service to students,
families and other interested individuals.
Under the "Family Educational Rights and Privacy
Act of 1974," the following directory information may
be made public unless the student desires to with
hold all or any portion of it.
6 Student's name, address, telephone listing,
q date and place of birth, major field of study,
participation in officially recognized ac
tivities and sports, dates of attendance, de-
ti grees and awards received, and the most
e recent previous educational agency or in
stitution attended by the student.
Any student wishing to withhold any or all of this
c information should fill out, in person, the appropriate
form, available to graduate students at the Graduate
j.. College and to undergraduate students at the Regis-
E. Financial records of the parents of a stu
dent and any information contained
IV. Authorized Non-Student Access to Student
Records — Under the following circum
stances and to the following people, educa
tional records (or personally identifiable infor
mation within a record) may be released with
out the written consent of the student:
, trar's Office, no later than 5 p.m., Tuesday January
b 31, 1978.
A. Officials, faculty and staff employed by
Texas A&M University, if they have a
“legitimate educational interest.”
B. Officials of other educational institutions in
which the student intends “or seeks" to
enroll, provided the student is notified of
what is being released and given a copy if
C. Authorized representatives of the Comp
troller General of the United States; the
Secretary of Health, Education and Wel
fare; administrative heads of educational
agencies; or state educational authorities.
D. Individuals needing this information in
connection with a student's application for,
or receipt of, financial aid.
E. State and local officials to whom state
laws (in effect on or before November 19,
1974) require information to be reported.
tion Board in connection with developing,
validating, or administering predictive
tests, administering student aid programs,
and improving instruction, but such or
ganizations must not show the personally
identifiable information to outsiders and
the information will be destroyed when no
longer needed for audit, evaluation,
and/or enforcement of federal legal re
G. Accrediting organizations.
H. Parents who certify a student is carried as
a dependent for federal income tax pur
poses. This certification must be ascer
tained by the University office concerned.
(It would include such items as grades,
transcripts, financial aid and probation re
I. Appropriate persons, if the knowledge of
such information is necessary to protect
the health or safety of the student or other
J. Individuals requiring such information by
means of a judicial order or any lawfully
issued subpoena, upon condition that the
student is notified by the University of all
such orders and subpoenas in advance of
V. Student Rights to Challenge Records
Students have the right to a hearing to chal
lenge records and information directly relating
to them. The challenge is restricted to inaccu
rate, misleading, or otherwise inappropriate
records and information. The following proce
dures shall be followed:
A. Any student wishing to challenge records
or information directly relating to him must
notify the individual responsible for main
taining the record of the wish to challenge.
The notice fnust be in writing and specifi
cally identify the item challenged and the
basis for the challenge. This written re
quest must be filed in duplicate with the
custodian of the challenged record.
B. All initial hearings will be informal and par
ticipants will be the custodian of the chal
lenged records or information, the student
and the author (if appropriate) of the mate
C. If any of the participants (record custo
dian, student or author) are not satisfied
with the results of the informal hearing, a
formal hearing will be conducted under the
procedures adopted and published below:
1. The hearing will be conducted and the
results decided within a reasonable
period of time (seven business days)
following the request for the hearing.
2. The hearing will be conducted, and the
decision rendered, by an institutional
official or other party who does not
have a direct interest in the outcome of
the hearing. The appointment of the of
ficial or party will be made by the Vice
President to whom the record custo
3. The student will be afforded a full and
fair opportunity to present evidence
relevant to challenging the content of
the educational records in order to in
sure that they are not inaccurate, mis
leading, or otherwise in violation of the
privacy or other rights of students. The
hearing also provides an opportunity
for correction or deletion of any inaccu
rate, misleading, or otherwise inappro
priate data contained in the record
and/or to insert into the record a writ
ten explanation of the student respect
ing the content of the challenged rec
4. The decision must be rendered in writ
ing to all interested parties within a
reasonable period of time (seven busi
ness days) after the conclusion of the
VI. Release of "Student Director Information"
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The information mentioned above will be re
leased by various campus offices periodically
or upon request unless the student requests in
writing that specific information be withheld.
A publication known as the Texas A&M Uni
versity Directory is one type of periodical
containing data classified as "student directory
information ". It will contain the student's name,
address, telephone listing, major field of study
and classification unless the student requests
that part or all of the data be withheld.
Periodically the Registrar will publish official
notice of the above policy so that students
wishing to do so can make requests known to
the Registrar (undergraduates) or the Dean of
the Graduate College (graduate students).
After the official notice has been published, the
Registrar will inform offices concerned of the
VII Destruction of Records
Texas A&M University constantly reviews
"education records" it maintains and periodi
cally it becomes necessary to destroy certain
records. In no case will the University destroy
records if the action is prohibited by state
and/or federal law.
Basic scholastic records are kept permanently
in the Registrar's Office. Beyond these, the
various departments and offices may deter
mine their own policies regarding retention of
records within existing law.
VIII. Letters of Recommendation
A. Students have the right to review confi
dential recommendations used in applica
tions for employment or for admission to
any educational agency or institution, or
information concerning honors awarded,
except when the student waives, in writ
ing, the privileges of examination.
B. Under the Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act of 1974, the student does not
have access to confidential letters and
statements of recommendation which
were placed in the education records prior
to January 1, 1975, if the letters or state
ments are used for purposes for which
they were specifically intended.
IX. Former Students
These procedures apply to all persons for
merly enrolled at Texas A&M University as
well as to those currently enrolled.
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Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922
1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111
For Rent: One bedroom fur
nished duplex. Quiet
neighborhood. South of A&M
campus. Married couples
only. No pets. 846-6281.
3620 E. 29th Bryan
3910 Old College Road
Triangle Terrace Center
One Block West of Triangle
“A day or a lifetime” ...
*One & Two bedroom furnished
*AII bills paid.
*No required lease.
*Total security system. eot
* From $200 a month
SUBJECT: Filing Deadline Dates for Financial Aid
TO: All Students, Texas A&M University
The College Scholarship Service Financial Aid Form serves as the
financial aid application at this University. To insure that financial
aid funds are available at the beginning of the academic periods
below, the following deadline dates for filing the Financial Aid Form
are announced for your information and appropriate action:
*Last Date Financial
Last Mailing Date for
Financial Aid Form
Need Analysis Reports
Will Be Accepted
(12 weeks, only)
An Academic Year
Fall Semester, Only
Spring Semester, Only
*The Financial Need Analysis Report is provided to this office by the College Schol
arship Service and is based on information contained in the Financial Aid Form.
Normal processing time for a Financial Aid Form at College Scholarship Service
(including mail time) is about two (2) weeks. Therefore, you should mail your Financial
Aid form to College Scholarship Service to allow sufficient time for proper processing
and mail time.
Applicants for financial aid from Texas A&M University have to compete for limited
funds. Deadlines are established so that all applicants are treated fairly and equally,
without last minute haste. Financial Aid Forms submitted after the dates shown above
will be processed only if time permits and funds are available. 74t30
1, 2, 3, Bedroom apart
ments from $170 and up
or ask about our room
mate plan. 70-80-90 per
month. 693-2614. 76(12
Attention Students. Two bedroom,
furnished or unfurnished apart
ments. Ready for occupancy. 1-1V2
miles south of campus. Lakeforfish-
ing. Washateria on grounds. Coun
try atmosphere. Call Joe Courtney
THE GRADUATE COLLEGE
Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree
Name: Wiedenfeld, Robert Phillip
Degree: Ph.D. in Soil Science
Dissertation: EFFECTS OF EVAPORATIVE
SALT WATER COOUNG TOWERS ON
SALT SPRAY AND SALT DEPOSITION
ON SURROUNDING SOILS.
Time: 10:00 AM on January 27, 1978
Place: Soil & Crop Sciences, Room 440
G. W. Kunze
Dean of the Graduate College
New 2 bdr. apt. walking distance from A&M.
$195 unfurn., $225 furn. 846-5034. Bills not
Apt. for rent at Monaco. Rent $220 a month.
Call after 5:00 p.m. 693-9687. 81t5
Trailer 10x55; 2% bedroom. $ 125/month.
WEEKEND RETREAT farm house available
for lease. Needs repair. 4 miles North
Brenham. Phone 713-491-1766. 74t8
Information on students, such as date and
place of birth, participation in officially recog
nized activities and sports, weight and height
of members of athletic teams, dates of atten
dance, degrees and awards received, and the
most recent previous educational agency or
institution attended, is defined and referred to
in this Act as "student directory information"
(this is a category of information and does not
refer necessarily to a publication known as a
ATTENTION MAY GRADUATES!
You may begin ordering your
January 9, 1978 through February
17, 1978 in the Student Finance
Center, Room 217, Memorial Stu
dent Center from 8:00 to 4:00,
Monday thru Friday. 75126
FREE RENT. Unfurnished house 4 miles
North Brenham, Married agriculture major to
care for cattle of owner. Phone 713-491-
1766 . 7418
Attention Co-op Stu
dents. A quiet, dignified
place to live & study.
120 SOUTH MAIN
NEW APARTM ENTS. Efficiency $ 135 month.
One bedroom from $150 month, two bedroom
from $175 month. All bills paid except electric
ity. Villa West Apartments, south of Villa
Maria. Lorraine Peterson, Manager. 822-
Female room matt- wanted. 2 BR, 1 Bath at
Plantation Oaks. Rent $99. Call Gayle, 693-
PERSONS to make continuous part-time
anonymous restaurant shopper reports for
Natl Mkt Research firm. References required.
Proficiency Specialists, Box 20244, San Diego,
SUMMER JOBS GUARANTEED OR
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PLOYERS/STATE. INCLUDES MAS
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For Battalion Glassified
Brand new attractive apartments. 2
bdrm., 1 bath. All modern
appliances. Washer, dryer connec
tions. Central air/heat. About 1 mile
from campus. 693-0285. 76tfn
Female to share 2 BR/2 BA apartment. $240
month + bills. 2!4 miles from campus. Call
Linda, 846-4713/0 ; 779-7311/H. 77t5
LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT PLACE TO LIVE?
WE’VE GOT IT!
Can you believe a brand-new 3-bedroom house with all
appliances including washer and dryer, a carport and a
fenced yard if you want it. Located five blocks from TAMU.
$270 per month with tenant paying all utilities. We have sev
eral lease plans to suit your needs.
THE CRUSE CORPORATION
Offices 8-5 693-2800
Evenings and Weekends
Needed young people for phone work and
light filing. Call 846-0144. 80t3
DORM REFRIGERATOR EXCELLEM
CONDITION! $75 846-3827.
Secretarial position. Apply in person Ken
Martin’s Steakhouse. 80t7
Receptionist with outgoing personality
needed. Some light bookkeeping duties.
Apply in person only at That Place, 707
For Sale. Dual 1218 turntable. Speed adjut
ment needed. Call anytime. 693-7994.
For Sale. '65 Dodge, low mileage, $400orbs|
offer. 845-4593 ask for Mike.
Wanted: Part-time experienced dental labora
tory technician. 846-6515. 81t5
Golden Retriever pups. Shots, wormed, I
The Sports Club is looking
for 1 or 2 girls for part-time
help on Fri. and Sat. Call
Phil or come by. 846-
2415. s" 5
Electric guitar fender champl
amp, four hi-fi speakers sharpj
8-track record deck, Bic
turntable, Manvho citizen ban(l|
base with sideband. 693-1706
Have a highly profitable & beauiil
Jean Shop of your own. Featuring j
the latest in Jeans, Denims ll
Sportswear. $13,500 includes be-1
ginning inventory, fixtures & train-1
ing. Call anytime for Mr. Waters at j
#3 now hiring
for all positions
tender. Apply in
2-4 p.m. Cul
1974 Pinto wagon, very good
condition. One owner, 35,000
miles. $1,850 or best offer.
Home 846-6272 all hours. Busi
ness 846-8949 8-5:30.
MANUSCRIPT TYPING, full-time, at hot
IBM Selectric-, dissertation/theses prefem
will edit. Call 693-9877. i
Full time typing. Symbols. Call Si!
Typing. Experienced, last, accurate. AllW
Lost six month old German Shorthair point#
on Conner Street. Grey with brown spots. Ci IDUCi
Womans gold billfold. If found call 846 W
FULL OR PART TIME
Day Shifts (10-3 p.m.) (11-3 p.m.) (10-5 p.m.) Night Shifts5
p.m., 2 or 3 nights a week and weekends. Also have full time
work. Ideal position for mothers with children in school or
students, we will arrange hours to fit your needs.
COUNTER AND CASHIER WORK
An Equal Opportunity Employer
apply in person only
National Employment Counseling
707 University Dr. Suite 11 College Station
“Employment Now and Later”
Roommate needed to share 2 bdr. mobile
home. Business major. No smoking. $125 per
month. Anytime 693-7994. 81t4
WELCOME BACK AGGIES
We are a private placement service handling the
employment accounts of over 100 local companies and
public institutions. We have a variety of current open
ings that you or your spouse could be placed in im
Our office also has the facilities to place you in a
top-salaried career position before you graduate. Time,
place and occupation are no problem.
If you come in now and interview with our profes
sional counselors you will get first consideration for the
best positions and can know that your job is secure
when you graduate.
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