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351 Registration Wednesday
College Eye 45:20, p.1
352 Schedule bulletins mislead students
College Eye 45:20, p.1
2/19/1954 Fails to discriminate between prerequisites and suggested background courses.
353 Spring schedule
College Eye 45:20, p.6
2/19/1954 Dean Weaver, Bob Elmore, Jean Bishop, Doug Doerzman, and Don Adams work on their spring schedules.
354 Students should make applied music requests
College Eye 45:20, p.1
355 Grades released late due to registration
College Eye 45:11, p.1
356 More register early this fall
College Eye 44:42, p.1
8/14/1953 639 advance register.
357 Eligible students register Friday for fall classes
College Eye 44:40, p.1
358 Eligible students may register now
College Eye 44:31, p.1
5/15/1953 For summer session.
359 Registration to be next Wednesday
College Eye 44:23, p.1
360 Classes excused for registration
College Eye 44:20, p.1
361 Registration fees are announced
College Eye 44:19, p.1
362 Classes cut Wednesday
College Eye 44:10, p.1
11/14/1952 Procedures for registration.
363 Commons dance will follow registration
College Eye 44:10, p.1
364 Data released for early registration
College Eye 44:9, p.1
11/7/1952 To be held November 19.
365 And so to school again
College Eye 44:1, p.5
9/12/1952 The registration process; photo.
366 649 students advance register
College Eye 43:41, p.1
367 Advanced registration for fall term is Aug. 8
College Eye 43:39, p.1
368 545 advance register for summer quarter
College Eye 43:32, p.3
369 Advanced registration begins Friday
College Eye 43:30, p.3
370 Advanced registration for summer quarter
College Eye 43:28, p.7
371 Untitled
Cram--Charles Weston (Student--1952)
College Eye 43:27, p.2
4/25/1952 Applauds faculty; criticizes administration.
372 Spring quarter enrollment figures at the college stood at 2,027 at the close of registration Wednesday, according to Registrar Marshall R. Beard
Public Relations News Release 1952:510, p.1
3/20/1952 Of this figure, 775 were men and 1,252 were women. Three hundred seventy-nine persons registered Wednesday, the balance having completed the enrollment process during advanced registration late last month.
373 Spring registration will be March 19
College Eye 43:21, p.1
374 1638 register in advance
College Eye 43:20, p.1
375 Advanced registration figures for the spring academic quarter reached 1,638 according to Marshall Beard, registrar
Public Relations News Release 1952:389, p.1
2/29/1952 Of the total enrollment 1,050 were women and 588 were men. Registration for new students and those who were unable to register Wednesday will be March 19.
376 Dead Wood
College Eye 43:19, p.3
2/22/1952 Discusses the horrors of finding a reasonable class schedule.
377 No school Wednesday
College Eye 43:19, p.6
2/22/1952 Due to registration.
378 Spring quarter advanced registration for students will be held Wednesday, Feb. 27
Public Relations News Release 1952:422, p.1
2/18/1952 No classes will meet that day, according to Merrill Fink, assistant registrar. Registration date for new students and those who did not register at advanced registration is March 19. Spring quarter instruction will begin March 20.
379 Advanced registration scheduled for Feb. 27
College Eye 43:18, p.1
380 Untitled
College Eye 43:16, p.2
2/1/1952 Questions the validity of the advisor system.
381 A total of 2,181 students - 1,380 women and 801 men - register for the winter quarter
Public Relations News Release 1951:288, p.1
1/3/1952 According to Marshall R. Beard, Registrar, 1,797 students registered for the winter quarter during advance registration prior to the Christmas vacation.
382 A total of 2,181 students-1,380 women and 801 men-completed the registration process for the winter academic quarter
Public Relations News Release 1951:289, p.1
1/3/1952 Marshall R. Beard, Registrar, said the 2,181 figure was not final and predicted the final registration figure for the winter quarter would exceed 2,200 when the processing of late registrants was completed.
383 Thirty-five bachelor of arts degrees and 15 elementary teacher diplomas were granted Wednesday
Public Relations News Release 1951:280, p.1
12/19/1951 Marshall R. Beard said no formal commencement exercises were held, a custom followed in fall and winter quarter graduations. However, the graduates are welcome to participate in the spring quarter commencement in June, 1952.
384 New students, others will register here January 2
College Eye 43:12, p.1
12/14/1951 Outline of registration procedures.
385 76% of students advance register
College Eye 43:11, p.1
386 Dead Wood
College Eye 43:11, p.6
12/7/1951 Makes light of the 25 students who started their registration, but failed to complete it.
387 Advanced registration figures for the winter quarter reached 1762
Public Relations News Release 1951:200, p.1
12/1/1951 According to Merrill Fink, assistant registrar, 1143 were women and 619 were men. About 76 percent of the fall enrollment registered for the winter term.
388 Iowa State Teachers College students will begin the Thanksgiving recess tomorrow (Wednesday, Nov. 21) at noon
Public Relations News Release 1951:168, p.1
11/20/1951 Following the Thanksgiving recess, another day of no classes is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 28, when advance registration for the winter quarter will take place. Students living on campus will begin registereing in their dormitories.
389 Advance registration
College Eye 43:9, p.1
390 Approximately 200 persons are expected to attend the sixth annual state convention of the Future Business Leaders of America
Public Relations News Release 1951:117, p.1
11/8/1951 Events scheduled for the one-day convention include registration, opening session, informal discussions, the taking of a group picture, luncheon, executive board meeting, campus tours, movies, banquet, and attending the Teachers college fall play.
391 Alonzo Gleason will reign ad Dad of the Day, Saturday, October 20
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Gleason, father of a freshman and three college graduates, will be presented during halftime ceremonies in O. R. Latham Stadium. Gleason's wife, Louella, attended the college for seven quarters. Alonzo and Alonzo Jr. are affiliated with a lumber company.
392 A total of 2,306 students had enrolled by the end of registration Thursday, Registrar Marshall R. Beard announced Friday morning
Public Relations News Release 1951:32, p.1
9/21/1951 This fall's total shows a decrease of 277 students compared to enrollment figures at the end of registration in September, 1950, when 2,683 enrolled. Thursday's total of 2,306 represents a drop of 14 percent compared to last year's mark.
393 A convocation for all new students at 7 p.m. Sunday, September 16, in the auditorium will be the first event of orientation week
Public Relations News Release 1951:22, p.1
9/13/1951 Another convocation for all new students will be held in the auditorium at 9 a.m. Thursday. H. W. Reninger, head of the English and Speech department will speak on "What Should I Expect from College."
394 A picnic for Campus school faculty members, their wives and children, is planned for Friday evening, September 14, at Curtis' home in Cedar Falls
Public Relations News Release 1951:21, p.1
9/12/1951 Saturday morning, September 15, will be devoted to registration at the Campus school. New high school students and those high school students desiring schedule changes will report to the office of Wray Silvey, high school principal.
395 English courses prove unsatisfactory
Fisher--Helen Arlene (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:41, p.3
8/10/1951 Difficult to gain entrance into courses of major field.
396 Fall registration figure totals 652
College Eye 42:41, p.1
397 Advance registration for the fall quarter has reached 652, Registrar Marshall R. Beard said today
Public Relations News Release 1951:8, p.1
8/4/1951 This is about 150 short of last year's advance registration for the same quarter. The registration included more men than women - 331 to 321. Regular registration for the fall term will be held Sept. 17 through 20 with instruction beginning Sept. 21.
398 Registration set for Wednesday
College Eye 42:39, p.1
399 The first official event commemorating the 75th anniversary of the college will be a matriculation convocation, Friday, Sept. 21, in the Men's gym
Public Relations News Release 1950:422, p.1
7/19/1951 The 75th anniversary is September 6. J. W. Maucker's topic for the convocation address will be "Our Task," according to Frank Hill, chairman of the committee on convocations.
400 Even red cockers try enrolling now
Stum--Barbara Mildred (Class of 1951)
College Eye 42:37, p.6
7/13/1951 A student recounts her registration experience.


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