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Summer Session

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Title Date Summary
401 Notice
College Eye 41:31, p.4
6/16/1950 Summer graduates should place orders for academic regalia.
402 Reveal schedule of summer events
College Eye 41:31, p.6
403 Women increase total enrollment
College Eye 41:31, p.1
6/16/1950 Summer 1950 enrollment stands at 1754.
404 Hold nine weeks summer session in Campus School
College Eye 41:30, p.7
5/12/1950 Description of courses offered.
405 Summer grads note
College Eye 41:30, p.8
5/12/1950 Should report for class schedule.
406 Summer term driver training students meet
College Eye 41:30, p.4
407 Pre-registration held this week
College Eye 41:29, p.3
5/5/1950 Cost for summer session will be $160 which includes tuition, room, and board.
408 Remedial reading class uses clinical practice
College Eye 41:29, p.7
5/5/1950 Approximately twenty elementary children will be attending a special education center during this year's summer session.
409 June 5 will begin first ten-week summer session
Alumnus 34:2, p.6
4/1/1950 Lengthened public school year leads to shortened summer session after thirty years of a twelve week session; classes will be held Monday through Saturday.
410 Summer camp open to elementary teachers
Alumnus 34:2, p.8
4/1/1950 Two three week sessions available at college conservation camp.
411 Summer session
Alumnus 34:1, p.1
1/1/1950 Will be only ten weeks long.
412 Saturday classes for summer term approved
College Eye 41:13, p.3
12/16/1949 The summer session is changed from a twelve-week session to a ten-week session; students will attend classes on Saturday.
413 Many fields are offered at workshops
College Eye 40:39, p.1
8/5/1949 Lengthy roster of workshops.
414 Summer grads must go to meeting July 13
College Eye 40:35, p.1
415 1632 enroll for summer school term
College Eye 40:34, p.1
416 Summer classes of Campus School to study Black Hawk County history
College Eye 40:31, p.6
6/10/1949 Description of the course of study.
417 909 complete largest summer registration
College Eye 40:30, p.1
418 Elementary school begins June 6
College Eye 40:30, p.7
5/13/1949 Plans for summer at the Campus School.
419 Workshop series will be offered
College Eye 40:27, p.7
4/22/1949 Homemaking workshops will be offered this summer.
420 "I still like summer school" says Tom Leist after eight such terms
College Eye 39:42, p.6
8/13/1948 Profile of Thomas Leist.
421 "Tired Teacher" wants more "rec" activities, less books, in summers
Hill--Judith (Student--1948)
College Eye 39:42, p.2
8/13/1948 Believes the summers session needs to be more relaxed.
422 Survey of Campus Opinion
Hillsten--Edwin Leonel (Lee) (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:42, p.2
8/13/1948 Students comment on the new requirement that all summer session students who live on campus must eat in the Commons.
423 Campus School enrollment 315
College Eye 39:34, p.6
6/18/1948 Breakdown by grade level.
424 Swimming may be appeal of summer elementary pupils
College Eye 39:34, p.3
6/18/1948 Professor Horn believes that some students may be drawn to summer school by the swimming pool.
425 Attention! Summer school students
Goetch--Edward W. (Education Faculty)
College Eye 39:33, p.1
6/11/1948 Should seek placement information.
426 Beard announces registration totals
College Eye 39:33, p.1
6/11/1948 Enrollment for summer 1948 is 1602.
427 Campus School begins session
College Eye 39:33, p.6
6/11/1948 Will include extracurricular activities.
428 Students sign up for summer
College Eye 39:33, p.1
6/11/1948 Students register for the summer quarter; photo.
429 Campus School will hold regular summer session
College Eye 39:30, p.6
5/7/1948 Students can work ahead or take classes not normally offered.
430 Summer session of Campus School to open June 4
College Eye 39:26, p.4
4/9/1948 Description of the summer program of study.
431 School enrolls 275
College Eye 38:36, p.5
6/20/1947 For summer school at Campus School.
432 Beard announces summer quarter enrollment 1,671
College Eye 38:35, p.1
6/13/1947 Record enrollment for men in summer.
433 Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 38:35, p.2
6/13/1947 Students give their impression of campus.
434 Prayin' for 'larnin'?
College Eye 38:35, p.1
6/13/1947 Crowds at summer registration forced students Phyllis Orr and Verda Miller to fill out forms kneeling at a window sill.
435 Summer quarter brings new problems as well as new hopes
Flanagan--James Martin (Student--1946-1947)
Old Gold 38:34, p.2
6/6/1947 Jim Flanagan gives advice on how to handle summer school responsibilities.
436 Summer session dates announced by Curtis
College Eye 38:32, p.1
5/16/1947 At Campus School.
437 No short session next summer
College Eye 38:6, p.6
10/18/1946 Will not hold six-week session.
438 Campus Commentary
College Eye 37:40, p.2
7/26/1946 Discusses the success of the Student Christian Association, the enrollment of teachers in the summer term, the opening of the dramatic production "Hay Fever", and students wearing short shorts.
439 Six week session opened at Teachers College
College Eye 37:37, p.1
6/28/1946 Enrollment is 331 in this particular session; total enrollment is now 1793; many commuting due to lack of local housing.
440 Summer enrollment is greatest since 1939
College Eye 37:36, p.1
6/21/1946 Summer 1946 enrollment is 1460.
441 Matriculation convocation opens summer session
College Eye 37:34, p.1
6/7/1946 Excerpts from Dr. Bodein's remarks.
442 Special summer workshops planned
College Eye 37:34, p.1
6/7/1946 Brief descriptions of the home economics and physical education workshops.
443 Summer school housing situation
Public Relations News Release 1946:184, p.1
6/7/1946 Teachers returning for summer school will not have problems with classroom space. Housing is another problem. Double-deck beds have been installed in dorm rooms. Surrounding area canvassed for additional rooms.
444 Upperclassmen issue welcome to freshman and transfers
College Eye 37:34, p.1
445 Child health workshop cancelled
Public Relations News Release 1946:161, p.1
5/17/1946 Workshop cancelled due to the unprecedented number of students attending summer school. Many of the students are veterans.
446 Branch summer schools to be located in three Iowa cities
Public Relations News Release 1946:43, p.1
2/15/1946 Spencer, Carroll, and Creston will have both six and twelve week summer school classes.
447 Finds summer school like all sessions - in some respects
Wicklow--Dorothy L. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 36:43, p.1
8/10/1945 Short poem about summertime classes by Dorothy Wicklow.
448 Three 6-week session teachers leave campus
College Eye 36:43, p.1
8/10/1945 Martha Kellogg, Agnes Gullickson, and Lucille Maier complete work.
449 School ends for 250 students
College Eye 36:41, p.1
7/27/1945 End of six-week summer session.
450 The mid-term blues
College Eye 36:39, p.2
7/13/1945 Urges students to keep up with their studies.


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