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    Credits for Extracurricular Work

    Students may earn credit toward graduation by satisfactory participation in certain extracurricular activities. These activities, and the maximum semester hours of credit allowed, are as follows:

    Subject and courseSemester HoursTotal Hours
    KSU Symphony (MUSIC 130, 404)14
    Bands—Marching, Pep, etc. (MUSIC 115, 116, 401, 411)14
    Concert Choir (MUSIC 111, 400)14
    Collegiate Chorale (MUSIC 121, 403)14
    K-State Singers (MUSIC 125)14
    Concert Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Labs (MUSIC 298, 299)14
    Men's Glee Club (MUSIC 135, 408)14
    Women's Glee Club (MUSIC 140, 409)14
    Instrumental Ensemble (MUSIC 117, 280, 402, 480)14
    Vocal Ensembles (MUSIC 280, 480 voice)14
    Opera Workshop (MUSIC 475)14
    Debate (SPCH 210)24
    Kansas State Collegian Journalism (MC 360)14
    K-State Agriculturist (AGCOM 410)14
    K-State Engineer (DEN 200)12
    KSDB participation (MC 460)13
    Men's Athletics (ATHM)14
    Women's Athletics (ATHW)14

    Extracurricular credit is also available with the K-State Dance Workshop (through Dance Production course).

    Credits may be counted as electives in a student's curriculum. A student may use no more than 8 semester hours in these subjects toward graduation and enroll for not more than two in a semester.

    A student is regularly assigned to these activities, with permission of the instructor in charge of the work. A student participating in one or more of these activities must be enrolled even though the credits exceed the maximum for graduation.

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    August 19, 2005