The format used for indicating
the course categorization required by the rule for eligibility
for Latin Honors is minimal and plainly visible. Each one
of the "seven major fields of knowledge" listed on
pages 7-8 of the Smith College Catalogue is identified by
the single letter of the alphabet with which the name of
that field begins. Multiple identifiers
are separated by a backslash and are indicated in sequential
order as shown on pp. 7-8, imputing no greater or lesser
importance to any single identifying category. Note the mention
of the writing requirement in the last paragraph on the attached
sheet. Writing intensive courses are designated with the letters WI in
bold face type immediately following the Latin Honor(s) designation(s).
indicate in red the appropriate Latin Honors identifier(s)
for each course or topic in your department or program which
does not already show a Latin Honors category or categories,
including courses reactivated from the "Hold" list.
New topics for seminars and colloquia must also be categorized
the same way. Courses which the department and/or instructor
has determined should remain uncategorized should be
so noted on the copy. Special studies and Honors Theses should
not show an identifier as they will be categorized individually
according to their content. Cross-listed courses carry
the identifier(s) assigned by the home department/program.