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Admissions Office and Policies

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Title Date Summary
301 Iowa colleges eliminate many entrance requirements
Kough--Kathleen J. (Class of 1947)
College Eye 36:2, p.1
9/15/1944 Potential students may be able to enter state schools, without a high school diploma, by passing certain entrance tests.
302 State educators vote change in entrance needs
College Eye 27:40, p.1
4/24/1936 Students will no longer need to have two high school units of mathematics.
303 Editorially speaking
College Eye 19:45, p.4
8/1/1928 Criticizes the decision to discourage enrollment to students with a "D" average in high school.
304 Steps in raising standards
College Eye 18:6, p.4
7/16/1926 Gives advice on how students and administrators could raise their standards when accepting students and administering degrees.
305 Administrative changes
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.111
7/1/1926 Principal Seerley does away with entrance examinations for high school graduates; State Superintendent added to Board.
306 What do you think?
College Eye 14:36, p.8
3/14/1923 General Assembly may consider thorough revision of high school curriculum; some believe that students leave high school unprepared and uneducated.
307 College entrance
Alumni News Letter 4:1, p.1
1/1/1920 The college entrance system changed, allowing for any four-year high school graduate to be admitted to the State University, the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, and the State Teachers College.
308 Editorial
College Eye 4:26, p.4
4/15/1915 Excerpt from article in which President Butler of Columbia University claims that physical requirements for college admission should be as rigorous as academic requirements.
309 Editorial
Normal Eyte 21:19, p.323
2/8/1911 Some schools are giving college credit for extracurricular work.
310 Faculty members meet; teachers from three state schools confer on uniform entrance requirements
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.419
3/23/1910 Considering standards for admission from high school.
311 Official; the educational Board of Examiners
Normal Eyte 20:12, p.200
12/4/1909 Rules and regulations for teacher certification; roster of fall 1909 graduates; faculty establishes Committee on Examination of Candidates and Committee on Entrance Requirements; registration procedures.
312 Official
Normal Eyte 19:15, p.225
1/20/1909 Text of rules for acceptance of credit; J. B. Harsh and W. H. Harwood named to Board of Trustees; seeking funds to teach agriculture at the Normal School.
313 Where the Normalites live
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.27
6/1/1905 Map of Iowa showing number of students from each county.
314 The committee of the faculty
Normal Eyte 6:27, p.314
4/24/1897 New admissions blank prepared.
315 As to the discussion
Normal Eyte 1:16, p.121
5/3/1892 Superintendents say that their intention was not to attack the Normal's new policies; Normal Eyte backs off on stridency of reaction.
316 The attack made by some of the superintendents
Normal Eyte 1:14, p.105
4/19/1892 Superintendents do not like changes in admission standards, student classification, and class organization; attempts to meet the objections.
317 At the meeting of the Board of Directors
Normal Eyte 1:12, p.94
4/5/1892 Boarding Department will be discontinued and Central Hall fitted for classrooms; prep course to begin for those not ready for Normal classes; model school to start in North Hall; third level bridge may be built between Central and Old Gilchrist Halls.

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