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Monday, August 3.-Undergraduate Applications for Admission, and recommendations issued by the principals of accredited schools, should be filed with the Recorder of the Faculties on or before this date. This may be done by mail.
Friday-Tuesday, August-7-11.-Matriculation Examinations, in Harmon Gymnasium, Berkeley, for the Academic Colleges, Hastings College of the Law, and the Medical Department. Application for examination permits must be made to the Recorder of the Faculties not later than August 6; for permits to be sent by mail, not later than August 1. Filing of applications for admission to graduate and to special standing.
Wednesday and Thursday, August 12 and 13.-Professors and Instructors will keep office-hours for consultation with students and applicants.
Thursday, August 13, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.-Registration Day. At the Gymnasium: Registration of graduate and upperclass students for courses of the first half-year. Students who elect courses beginning on Thursday afternoon must register before 1:00 o'clock p.m. Registration of upper-class students after Thursday will be permitted only in cases where the students have been granted leave of absence by the proper Faculty or Dean. All officers of instruction will keep Office Hours on the morning of Registration Day, from 9:30 until 12:00; and on the afternoon of that day, at such times as they may announce. Thursday, August 13, 1:00 p.m.-Instruction in upper classes begins. Students must obtain the Recorder's Certificate of Registration in time to appear for enrollment by the instructor at the first meeting in each of the courses.
Monday, August 17.-Organization of Instruction for Freshmen. 8:30-4:30, in the Gymnasium: Admission cards issued to intrants. 11:15 a.m., in the Gymnasium: Intrants assemble to meet the
President, the Deans, and the Freshman instructors and advisers. 12:00-4:30, in the Gymnasium: Intrants file their registration cards for the first half-year.
Before filing their registration cards for the first half-year, intrants should provide themselves with the following publications: (1) REGISTER for 1902-03, (2) ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES [for sale by Students' Coöperative Society, ten cents; will be mailed by the Recorder on receipt of ten cents in stamps], (3) SCHEDULE OF EXERCISES, (4) REGISTRATION CIRCULAR for August, 1903, (5) CIRCULAR OF INSTRUCTIONS TO FRESHMEN, (6) REGISTRATION CARD. Intrants should consult their advisers before registering.
COURSES OF INSTRUCTION
IN THE COLLEGES OF LETTERS, SOCIAL
FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 1903-1904
The University Press
NOTE. The abbreviation "(G.E)" denotes the courses permissible for the Group Elective according to the old curricula of the Colleges of Letters, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. Students following the curricula of these colleges as revised in 1902 will be restricted to courses designated "(G.E.)" in making up the required 36 units of advanced work.
The hours of recitation, lecture, etc., are given for most of the courses. The following abbreviations are used: M, Monday; Tu, Tuesday; W, Wednesday; Th, Thursday; F, Friday; S, Saturday.