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121 History and

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TOTAL

ARCHITECTURE

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DEPT. & COLL.
DEGREES
CLASSIPICATION
Graduates
Freshmen
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
ist Year Class
2 nd Year Class
3rd Year Class
Specials
Totals
Duplicates
Net Totals
Short Winter Agr.
Summer
Totals
Duplicates
Net Totals

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3985
364
889
5238

379
4859

569

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603
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286
286

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The attendance for the year is the largest in the history of the University and the increase in the number of regular students this year is 251. Special attention is called to the fact that the above table includes winter and summer course students only as separately tabulated.

MATRICULATES

The following table shows that 1,744 students have registered during the present year for the first time. The table also shows the method of admission.

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The small number entering by some of the above methods is due to the fact that two or more methods have been combined in a single case, the student, however, being listed in the group to which the major portion of his entrance belongs.

ADMISSION FROM OTHER COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

The Registrar has charge of all credentials presented by applicants coming from other institutions and this system has given uniformity of action on similar certificates when the applicants enter different courses at this University.

In the following lists should be included properly a number of cases of special students who, coming from other colleges, would have been eligible for admission to advanced standing. Such students, however, preferred to be admitted as specials. Some later changed to a regular course but are not included in these tables.

The number of students admitted to advanced standing as candidates for the first degree during the past twenty-three years is, as nearly as may be ascertained, as follows. The former courses in Chemistry, Pharmacy, Medical Preparatory, and Optional have been omitted from the table but the numbers retained in the totals:

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5 203 Of the 203 admitted in 1908-1909, 98 registered as freshmen, 53 as sophomores, 34 as juniors, and 18 as seniors.

During the last twenty-three years there have been admitted from 435 other institutions of collegiate rank 3,000 students. The distribution of these students can be seen by reference to the table page xciii of the Report for the year 1907-1908.

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ADMISSION ON SCHOOL CERTIFICATE, REGENTS' CREDENTIALS, AND

EXAMINATIONS

The Registrar has charge of the credentials of those entering by school certificate, 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:

*No data prior to 1896-1897.

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