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Res. 1526 Pennsylvania Ave.__________________Baltimore, Md.
Chartered by Congress 1872
1,893 Students from 38 States and 15 Foreign Comitries
8,718 Graduates from All Departments
The location of Howard University in the Nation's capital affords
students of all departments unusual educational opportunities with
the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Departments of the Fedeial
Government, museums, libraries and other institutions open to students
for observation, study and research.
COMPRISES THE FOLLOWING
College of Liberal Arts: A. B., B S.,
and B. S. in Commerce.
College of Education: A B in Edu-
cation and B. S in Education.
College of Applied Science: B S in
Art, B S in Architecture, B S in
Building Construction, B. S in
Civil Engineering, B S. in Elec-
trical Engineering, B. S in Mech-
anical Engineering and B. S. in
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES:
School of Music; Mus. B. and B S.M.
Graduate Division: M. A. and M. S.
School of Religion: B. Th. and B. D.
School of Law: LL. B.
College of Medicine: M. D;
College of Dentistry: D. D. S.
College of Pharmacy: Phar. C. and
B. S. in Pharmacy.
All schools and colleges operate on the Quarter System. Students
may register for full credit at the beginning of any quarter in any
school or college except Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Law, in
which new students must enter at the beginning of the Autumn
First Semester begins Sept. 26, 1933 Second Semester begins Feb. 1, 1934
For Further Information Write
HOWARD UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON, D. C.
JOHN O. SPENCER, President
John W. Haywood, A.M., S.T.D,, Dean.
Location—College town between North and South.
Courses—Semester Credit System. A.B., B.S., and B.S. In Education
degrees. Advanced courses in Education. Certificate! for High
Rating—Accredited by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
for the Middle States and Md.,—by the State Board of Education of
Md ,—by the board of education in other states,—by the University
Senate of the M E Church.
Faculty—University trained specialists.
Site—Eighty-five acres, beautiful scenery. Athletic fields.
Dormitories—Equipped and supervised.
Summer School—Jane 30, to August 8, 1933.
Dormitories Open—September 19th, 1983.
Registration — Freshman Week, September 17th-23rd. Upper Classes,
September 24th and 25th, 193
Information—Addren Edward N. Wilson, Regiitrar, Morgan College
Lafayette 2308 1004 W, Lanvale St,
Art, Dancing, Music, & Costume Designing
SHELDON B. HOSKINS. Day-Eve. — Pri.-Class