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451 President stresses growth in matriculation address
College Eye 58:2, p.3
9/27/1963 President Maucker talks about the consequences of enrollment growth.
452 Enrollment for fall totals 4864
College Eye 58:1, p.8
9/20/1963 Early registration figures far exceed enrollment for last year.
453 2300 enroll for 8, 11-week Summer School
College Eye 57:33, p.3
454 '63 summer school students now total 1102
College Eye 57:31, p.3
5/24/1963 Significant increase over previous year.
455 More restricted enrollment would ease expansion dilemma
College Eye 57:25, p.2
4/5/1963 Stricter entrance criteria would help reduce enrollment.
456 Why not Saturday classes to add classroom space?
College Eye 57:24, p.2
3/29/1963 Not enough time in the day for classes for the number of students on campus.
457 Who, besides squeezees, could gain from enrollment rise?
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 57:23, p.2
3/22/1963 Too much 'squeezing in more students' has been done already.
458 Present figures for enrollment at 4343
College Eye 57:18, p.1
2/15/1963 10% increase over last spring.
459 Spring enrollment tops 4300 here
Alumnus 48:1, p.12
2/1/1963 Spring 1963 enrollment is 4343.
460 We hope 1970's SCIers will have a place to live
College Eye 57:15, p.2
1/18/1963 Dormitories and dining facilities are too small for the estimated number of incoming students over the next few years.
461 Growth problems--the case for increased support of SCE
Alumnus 47:4, p.1
12/1/1962 President Maucker outlines achievements and shortfalls of recent years; describes need for more funding.
462 Record-breaking 4,500 enrolled here this fall
Alumnus 47:4, p.6
12/1/1962 Fall 1962 enrollment is 4572; 2272 women, 1924 men.
463 Fall enrollment record: 4,572 are registered
College Eye 57:4, p.1
10/5/1962 Significant growth over fall 1961 level of 4061.
464 Fall enrollment expected to reach 4,500
College Eye 57:1, p.1
465 Crucial times ahead for state supported schools
Alumnus 47:3, p.1
9/1/1962 A look at enrollment growth and projected needs; photo.
466 8-week session enrollment shows increase over 1961
College Eye 56:35, p.4
6/29/1962 Enrollment reaches 2073.
467 Current registration expected to top 1961
College Eye 56:34, p.1
6/22/1962 Final figures not in but running slightly ahead of previous year; photo.
468 New records set for spring term registration
College Eye 56:19, p.1
2/16/1962 3926 students have registered for spring semester.
469 College enrollment another record breaker
Alumnus 47:1, p.12
2/1/1962 Spring 1962 enrollment is 3926.
470 Hope for increased expansion
College Eye 56:14, p.2
1/5/1962 Editorial hopes that SCI will expand with more buildings and more professors to accommodate the number of students enrolling.
471 College enrollment up 13% to 4061
Alumnus 46:4, p.3
12/1/1961 New record level includes 2111 women and 1950 men.
472 Registration breaks record
College Eye 56:4, p.8
10/6/1961 Fall 1961 enrollment is 4061; 14% increase.
473 Registration sets record
College Eye 56:1, p.1
9/15/1961 Will see growth at all classifications.
474 Untitled
College Eye 52:34, p.4
6/23/1961 Summer 1961 enrollment is 2004.
475 ISTC summer enrollment well over 2,000
Public Relations News Release 1960:463, p.1
6/21/1961 Registrar Marshall R. Beard announces that enrollment for the summer session has reached 2,004. This figure does not include enrollment in workshops and seminars.
476 Regents approve fee boost for 1961-62 year
Drennen--Joy (Class of 1964)
College Eye 52:31, p.1
5/19/1961 Tuition will increase $26; freshman enrollment will be limited to 1225 to keep within budget.
477 Classes will run on hour; Food Service to be 3 hours
College Eye 52:26, p.1
4/14/1961 Will extend lunch period and schedule more noon classes to help meet demands of increased enrollment.
478 Crowded schools nice dream?
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 52:20, p.8
2/24/1961 Discusses possible consequences of a lack of state educational funding.
479 Real change majors, minors, says Beard
College Eye 52:20, p.5
2/24/1961 Marshall Beard believes that enrollment may grow; emphasis will remain on teacher education.
480 Regents approve summer schedule
College Eye 52:20, p.5
2/24/1961 Budget increased 3%; expecting about two thousand students.
481 T. C. announces record spring enrollment
Public Relations News Release 1960:216, p.1
2/14/1961 Registrar Marshall R. Beard announces the new enrollment record of 3,392 students for the spring semester.
482 Record enrollment for spring semester
Alumnus 46:1, p.11
2/1/1961 Final figure should go over 3400.
483 Record number of students pre-register for next term
College Eye 52:17, p.1
1/27/1961 2664 register for spring 1961.
484 3600 students at TC for fall semester
Alumnus 45:4, p.9
12/1/1960 Fall 1960 enrollment is 3608; 1856 are women, 1752 are men.
485 Final enrollment figures announced at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:71, p.1
10/13/1960 Registrar Marshall Beard discovers a change in student enrollment, with an increasing number of part time students.
486 3500 students set new enrollment record at ISTC
College Eye 52:2, p.1
9/23/1960 Marshall Beard speculates on the causes of the increase; may relate to requirement of four-year degree for teachers.
487 State Board of Regents discusses ISTC practices
College Eye 52:1, p.5
9/16/1960 President Maucker addresses board on enrollment, scientific equipment, and sophomore-senior testing.
488 Enrollment at ISTC expected to break record
Public Relations News Release 1960:29, p.1
9/15/1960 Registrar Marshall Beard predicts that enrollment rates will exceed those of the previous academic year.
489 President J. W. Maucker welcomes Board of Regents I. S. T. C.
Public Relations News Release 1960:20, p.1
9/8/1960 President Maucker meets the Board of Regents, where he presents findings from an enrollment study and discusses new electronic laboratory equipment, the Asian Institute program, remodeling, library expansion, and the elementary education program.
490 I. S. T. C. to offer extension courses
Public Relations News Release 1960:14, p.1
8/31/1960 Enrollment forms and information regarding extension courses are made available by local school superintendants, junior college deans, and the Director of Extension Services. Course titles, instructors, towns, and dates listed.
491 Enrollment highest since 1931
College Eye 51:32, p.1
6/17/1960 Enrollment for summer 1960 is 1963.
492 Regents approve changes
College Eye 51:30, p.1
5/20/1960 ISTC granted permission to offer a non-teaching degree; hope to begin by summer 1961; specialist degree also approved; consideration given to changing name of school.
493 Students give ISTC world representation
College Eye 51:11, p.5
12/4/1959 Students from thirty states and five countries attend ISTC.
494 Our mistake
College Eye 51:5, p.1
10/16/1959 This semester is the first in which there have been over 100 full-time graduate students.
495 Enrollment drop due to two factors
College Eye 51:4, p.1
10/9/1959 Marshall Beard speculates that the change in the two-year curriculum and a drop in the number of veterans may be the cause of the decrease in enrollment, which is 3425 for fall 1959.
496 More men, fewer girls, total down
College Eye 51:2, p.1
9/25/1959 Early totals for fall 1959 enrollment are about 3300; may end up about two per cent lower than fall 1958.
497 Enrollment up again; 1768 register for regular session
College Eye 50:33, p.1
498 Enrollment now 3254
College Eye 50:20, p.10
499 Tentative count puts 3239 enrolled at TC
College Eye 50:19, p.5
2/13/1959 Enrollment for spring 1959 is 3239.
500 Enrollment reaches 3234
College Eye 50:2, p.8
9/19/1958 For fall 1958.


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