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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50

Table of Contents

page 149

Table of Contents.

Page
Announcement for 1883, 1884 2
Report of the Board of Curators to the Governor 3
Governor's order to print Catalogue 6
Law requiring publication of Catalogue 6
Historic Memorandum 6
Corporation 14
Board of Visitors 15
University Faculty 16-17
Instruction 18
Students 18
Undergraduates 19-29
Post Graduates 30
At School of Mines and Metallurgy 30-32
Summaries and comparative views 33-37
Attending each school 33
Attendance by counties 34
Attendance by States 35
Attendance 1874-5 1882-3 35
Attendance and Graduates, 1843-83 36-37
Closing exercises 1883—University 38
Schools of the University 38-116
Academic Schools 39-64
Physics 39-40
Chemistry 40-43
Geology and Mineralogy 44
Biology 45
Mathematics 46-52
Metaphysics 52
English 53-55
Modern Languages 55-56
Latin 57-58
Greek and Comparative Philology 58-59
Hebrew and Semitic Literature 60
Ladies Department 61-64
Professional Schools 65-116
Agricultural College 67-70
Normal School 71-77
Law School 78-82
Medical School 83-90
School of Mines and Metallurgy 91-105page 150
Engineering 106-112
Military Science and Tactics 112
Art 112-114
Commercial School 114-116
University Library 117-120
University Announcements 120-147
Synchronistic Table 122-123
University Town 124
Directions for New Students 125
Required of Students 125-126
Secret Societies 126-127
College Government 127-128
Things Forbidden to Students 128
Discipline 129
Rules of Conduct 129
Board Regulations 129-132
President 129-130
Professors 130
Students 131-132
Leave of Absence 132
Absence Marks 132-133
Grading and Class Standing 133-134
Notice to Patrons of the University 134-135
Examination and graduations 135-136
Review and Re-examination 136
Cheating 136-137
Degrees 137
Certificates and Diplomas 137
Fees and Expenses 137-138
Boarding 138
Living in Clubs 138
Drummond Letter 139
Renting rooms 140
Rollins Aid Fund 140-142
Resident Graduates 142-143
County Court Appointments Abolished 143
Literary Societies 143
Public Speaking 143-144
Valedictorian 144
Pronunciation 144
Prizes 144
Co-education 145
Faculty Meetings 145
Faculty to Present the Claims of the University 145-146
Alumni 146
Alumni Reunion 146-147
Calendar 148