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Is pleasantly situated one mile west of the city, in a beautiful and healthful locality, surrounded by
ample lawns and play grounds.
There are two regular course of study, of four years each.
THE CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE
The latter includes a more extended course in Natural Science, applied Mathematics, History,
English Literature, and German.
Among the special aims of the College may be named: the securing of thorough and substantial
intellectual training, under such instruction and influence as will help the sutdent inthe formation
of a character based on Christian principles.
Both sexes attend and are accorded equal privileges.
A two year's course of Preparatory Instruction affords opportunity for a thorough preparation for
the College courses.
ENGLISH AND NORMAL COURSES
An English and Normal Course suited to the needs of those preparing to teach in the common
schools and to those who do not wish to pursue the more extended courses.
Lectures on Theory and Practice of Teaching will be given during Spring Term.
contain over four thousand well selected volumes. The Morrison Library, containing over ten
thousand volumes, is accessible to the students, free. All the libraries are open every day.
THE READING ROOM
is well supplied with many of the best American and English publications. The reading roomis
open every day and evening.
Tuition, per anum, in College Department $60.00 Tuition, per anum, in Preparatory Department 50.00 Boarding, which includes room, fuel, lights, etc. $2.60 per week Washing 30 cents per dozen
Payment for each term must be made in advance.
Students in the College Department who prefer it, may board and Lodge in private families in the
vicinity, subject to College Regulations. Excellent private boarding may be secured for $3.50 per
week, which includes incidentals.
For Annual Catalogue, address,
President JOSEPH MOORE, A.M.,