The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Announcement for 1883—84
Announcement for 1883—84.
The Academic, Agricultural, Normal and Engineering Schools will open the Monday (10th) of September, 1883. The Law and Medical Schools will also September 10th.
|1.||The Academic Schools of Language and Science;|
|2.||The Professional Schools of Agriculture, Pedagogics, Engineering Law and Medicine; and at Rolla, the School of Mines and Metallurgy.|
These Schools of the University are open to young men and to young [unclear: won] Excepting in the Law, Medical and Engineering Schools, (each $40.00,) and Commercial School, the entire expense for the year for tuition and contingent is $20.
Board in private families, $3.00 to $4.50, and in the clubs at about two-[unclear: this] of these rates.
In the means of instruction and illustration, none of [unclear: the] institutions of learn in Missouri have superior advantages. The association of the several schools [unclear: each] other is deemed a circumstance of decided advantage. When, for example student has entered the Law or the Medical School, he has access to all the other apartments of instruction without any additional expense. Commencement day be the first Thursday of June. 1884.
Send for catalogue to Librarian, Missouri State University, Columbia, [unclear: Missed]
Samuel S. Laws, President.