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Res. 1526 Pennsylvania Ave. Baltimore. Md.
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Chartered by Act of Congress March 2, 1867
Students from 40 States and 11 Foreign Countries
8,941 Graduates from All Departments
In addition to a. modern University Plant, accredited courses
leading to degrees in NINE SCHOOLS and COLLEGES, including a
GRADUATE SCHOOL, and an adequate and competent corps of
teachers at HOWARD UNIVERSITY, the City of Washington affords
unparalleled educational opportunities through the various branches
of the Federal Government, museums, libraries, and the several Bu-
reaus of the Government.
College of Liberal Arts: A. B.,
B. S., and B. S. in Com-
merce; A. B. in Education,
B. S. in Education, B. S. in
Art, and B. S. in Home
School of Engineering and
Architecture: B. S. in Build-
ing Construction, B. S. in
Architecture, B. S. in Civil
Engineering, B. S. in Elec-
trical Engineering, B. S. in
School of Music: Mus. B., B. in
Public School Music.
Graduate School: M. A., and
School of Religion: B. Theol.,
School of Law: LL. B.
College of Medicine: M. D.
College of Dentistry: D. D. S.
College of Pharmacy: Pharm.
C., and B. S. in Pharmacy.
First Semester Registration, September 24, 1934
Second Semester Registration, January 31, 1935
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. Certificates 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—June 25, to August 3, 1934.
Dormitories Open—September 15, 1934.
Registration—Freshman Week, September 15-21. Upper Classes, Sep-
tember 20 and 21, 1934.
Information—Address Edward N. Wilson, Registrar, Morgan College,
Lafayette 1306 1004 W. Lanvale St.
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