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3 Marietta Marion Mil. Iust.

I Marquette Marshall Coll. Maryland Agr.

8 Mary Baldwin Sem. Maryville Coll. Massachusetts Agr.. Massachusetts Inst. of Tech. - 31 Matanzas Inst. (Cuba). Melbourne Univ.. Mexico Univ. Miami Michigan

51 Michigan Agr.

19 Michigan Mining School

3 Mich. State Nor. Coll.... Middlebury Coll.. Miller Manual Training Millersburg Military Inst. I Millsaps Coll. Minnesota

18 Mississippi Agr.

6 Mississippi Coll. Mississippi Univ.

5 Missouri School of Mines Missouri State

16 Monmouth

3 Montana Coll. Montaua Nor. Coll.. Montana School of Mines. Montana State Coll

9 Montana, Univ. of. Morningside Coll. (Iowa) Mt. Allison (Canada) Mt. Holyoke Mt. St. Mary's Coll. Mt. Union Muhlenberg Coll. (Pa.). Nanyang Coll. (China) Nat. Agr. Coll. (Lima, Peru). Nat. Coll. (Arg. Rep.) Nat. Sch. of La Plata.. Nebraska Nelson Coll. Newberry Coll. New Brunswick Newcomb Coll. New Hampshire

7 New Hampshire Agr.

New Mexico Agr. Coll.

I New York City Normal

6 New York City Veterinary 3 New York, Coll. of the City of 83 New York Coll. of Pharmacy I New York, Univ. of

5 New York Woman'sMed. Coll. Niagara Univ.

I Noorthey Coll. (Holland)---North Carolina.

7 North Carolina Agr.

6 No. Carolina State Nor. Coll.. I North Dakota Univ.

3 Northwestern

17 Notre Dame

8 Norway, Univ. of.

I Nova Scotia Sch. of Agr.. 2 Oberlin

27 Ohio

3 Ohio State

42 Ohio Normal

4 Ohio Northern Univ.

1 Ohio Wesleyan..

9 Oklahoma Agr. Oklahoma, Univ. of..

I Olivet

3 Ontario Agr. Coll. Ontario Veterinary

4 Oregon

4 Oregon Agr. Coll..

4 Ottawa (Kansas).

3 Otterbein Univ... Owens College Pacific Univ. (Oregon) Penn Coll. (Iowa). Penna. Coll. Penn Military College. 14 Pennsylvania State

31 Pennsylvania, Univ. of.. 29 Pennsylvania, West. Univ. of 23 Phila. Coll. of Pharmacy Pomona

3 Portland Univ. Porto Rico Inst.

3 Potsdam Inst. of Tech.

4 Princeton Presbyterian Coll. of So. Car. Purdue

32 Queen's Coll. (China)

2 Queen's Univ. Racine

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8 Stetson Univ. Randolph-Macon (Woman's ) I Stevens Inst. of Tech..

51 Realgymnasium (Bremen) --- Susquehanna Univ. Rensselaer Poly. Inst. 13 Swarthmore

25 Reykjavik (Iceland)

Sydney Univ.

8 Rhode Island Coll..

Syracuse

22 Richmond 7 Tennessee

5 Rio de Janiero Poly. Sch.

Texas. Rio de Janiero Nat. Coll.

Texas Agr..

16 Rio de Janiero Gymnasio Pio Thiel Coll. Ripon

Tientsin Univ. (China). 5 Robert College

4 Tokio Univ. Rochester

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6 Rockford Coll..

Toronto Sch. of Prac. Science Rock Hill Coll.

Toronto Univ..

6 Rolling Coll. 3 Trinity (Conn.)

4 Rose Poly. Inst.

Trinity C.)--Rutgers 8 Truro Agr. (Canada)

3 St. Bonaventure's Coll.

Tufts

5 St. Dunstan's Coll.

Tulane

24 St. Francis Xavier

Union

26 St. Ignatius Coll..

Union Coll. (Ky.)
St. John's Coll. (Annapolis). 5 Union (Tokio, Japan).
St. John's (Fordham)

U. S. Military Academy

7 St. Joseph's Coll. (Canada) I | U.S. Naval Academy

5 St. Louis (Costa Rica).

U. S. Grant Univ. St. Louis Coll. (Texas).

University College (Dublin) -St. Lawrence Univ...

6 Univ. of South California St. Mary's Coll..

University of Spain St. Michael's Coll.

University of Washington. 8 St. Petersburg Inst. of Tech University of the South

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Upper Iowa
St. Petersburg Univ. (Russia) Ursinus
St. Stanislaus Coll.

Utah

5 St. Stephen's Coll.

Utah Agr. Coll. San Juan Coll. (P. I.)

Vanderbilt. San Juan School of Mines Vassar (Cuba).

Vermont Univ. Santiago Nat. Coll.

Victoria Univ. Scio Coll.

Vincennes Senmon Gakko (Tokio, Ja- Vincente Rocafuerte Coll. pan)

(Ecuador) Shaw Univ.

Virginia Agr. and Mech. Simbirsk (Russia)

Virginia Mil. Inst,

26 Simpson Coll..

Virginia Poly. Inst.

15 Smith 4 Virginia Univ.

8 South Carolina.

5 Virginia Union Univ. South Carolina Mil. Acad.

3 Wabash Southwest. Presbyter'n Univ. Wagner Coll. Spring Hill Coll.

2 i Warsaw Poly. Inst. (Poland). I

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Whillar School (Peru).
Washington State Coll.

Whitworth Coll.
Washington and Jefferson.

Wilberforce Univ..
Washington and Lee Univ.-- 3 William and Mary-
Washington Coll. (Md.). ---- 3 Willamette Univ.
Washington Univ..

Williamsburg Inst.
Waynesburg

Wilmington
Webb Acad.

3 Williams
Wellesley

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Wells.

5 Wilson Coll. (India)
Wesleyan

15 Wisconsin Western Maryland

5 Wittenberg
Western Normal.

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Western Reserve

3 Worcester Poly. Inst.
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5 Wyoming, Univ. of West Virginia Univ.

5 Yale Wheaton

2 i Zurich Polytechnicum

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ADMISSION

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certiFICATE, REGENTS' CREDENTIALS,

AND EXAMINATIONS

The Registrar is secretary of the University Faculty Committee on Admission by Certificate and also has charge of the credentials of those entering by regents' credentials and by examinations, including the examinations conducted by the college entrance examination board.

During the last sixteen years the number of applicants admitted by school certificate, by regents' credentials, and by examinations, has been as follows :

91-2 '92-3 '93-4 '94-5 '95-6 96-7 '97-8 '98-9 '99-00 '00-1 '01-2 '02-3 '03-4 '05-6 '06-7 Certificate 171 195 209 156 164 102 193 199 275 296 357 308 315 317 380 324 Regents'. 118

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Total 346 378 389 297 311 361 358 375 463 520 617 557 573 609 658 584

The regents' credentials mentioned above do not include medical and veterinary student certificates.

The discrepancy in numbers in the freshman class, if compared with those given in the Register, is due to students being registered back and to students admitted from colleges and universities partly to advanced standing.

The small number credited to entrance by examination would be much larger if those taking a single examination to make up a shortage in another group were included. It is not unusual to have a student enter partially by certificate, by examination, and by college board examination. The combining of school with regents' credentials, however, is not a common method of admission and is only employed in very exceptional cases.

It should be noted that the number entering entirely by our examinations is gradually decreasing. The preparatory schools are now better acquainted with our entrance requirements. Certain regents' credentials now admit to the College of Law, and under certain conditions relieve all students from taking an entrance examination in English. The failure of several students to pass the entrance examination before completing the high school course has influenced others to complete their course in school and enter the University by certificate.

PETITIONS

The usual form of petition has been continued by the several Faculties. When the petition relates to other matters than a mere change of registration of studies, a much simpler method has been adopted for changes in registration, and the strict enforcement of registration rules has made a marked improvement on the student work. The Faculties of Arts and Sciences, Agriculture, Civil Engineering, Medicine, and Veterinary Medicine have filed the petitions in the offices of these Colleges and have notified the Registrar of the action taken ; while the Law, and Mechanical Engineering Faculties have returned the petitions to this office and the office has notified the students by mail.

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Permits to register after registration day have beeu granted by the Deans of the Faculties concerned as below. In the first term graduate students are allowed until October 15th to register.

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There were but few late registrations at the beginning of the second terms 1900-1904 because the first term closed on Friday evening and the second term began Monday, but it should be noted that 119 registered late in February, 1905, 54 in February, 1906 and 55 in February, 1907.

The registration of old students for the first term takes place after the matriculation of new students. This allows new students a day to arrange their work before instruction begins. Old students are not required to be at the University until the day preceding the one on which instruction begins. The system of registering new students in September in groups according as their names appear in the alphabet has solved the overcrowding of registration and gives each student abundant time to get started aright.

The inserted table gives the number admitted to graduation at the 1907 Commencement as well as those of former years. 9759 degrees have been conferred, but there are some duplicates between the first and second degrees. The discrepancy between this table and the one given in the 1896-1897 report is due to a careful investigation while compiling data for the third 'Ten Year Book. One degree (M. D.) was conferred in 1899, but in 1907 was revoked because the candidate declined to accept it. One degree (D. V. M.) was conferred in June, 1905, but owing to a technicality was withdrawn and

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