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Calendar, 5.

The Regents of the University, 8.

Standing Committees of the Regents

for the year 1914-15, 9.

Administrative Officers, 10.

List of Colleges and Departments, 12.

Academic Senate, 14.

THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS

Academic Council, 47.

Organization of Instruction, 51.

Status of Students, 52.

Admission Requirements, 53.

General List of Preparatory Subjects,

54.

Group of Subjects for the Several

Colleges, 55.

Recommendations for the Various

Curricula, 58.

Admission with Deficiencies, 62.

Surplus Matriculation Credit, 63.

Students at Large, 63.

Special and Limited Students, 63.

Description of the Preparatory Sub-

jects, 64.

Methods of admission, 85.

Admission by Examination, 85.

College Entrance Examination Board,

85.

Admission from Accredited Schools in

California, 86.

List of Accredited Schools, 88.

Admission from California State Nor-

mal Schools, 93.

Admission on Teachers' Diplomas, 93.

Admission from Secondary Schools

outside of California, 93.

Admission to Advanced Standing in

Undergraduate Courses, 94.

Admission from Schools and Colleges

in the Orient, 94.

Admission to Graduate Courses, 95.

Residence, 95.

of the Faculties, 119.

The Graduate School, 130.

Regulations of the Faculties concern-

ing Graduate Students, 130.

Teachers' Certificates, 141.

General Information, 147.

Expenses of Students, 147.

Opportunities for Self-Support, 149.

Loan Funds, 150.

Medals, Prizes, 153.

Scholarships, 155.

Special Lectureships, 164.

University Extension, 164.

Appointment Registry, 165.

Summer Session, 166.

Library, Museums, and Laboratories,

167.

Gymnasiums, 185.

Infirmary, 186.

Council of the Alumni Association, 187.

SUMMARIES

Statistical Summaries, 188.

Index, 193.

Letters of inquiry concerning the University should be addressed to the Recorder of the Faculties, Berkeley, California.

For the list of bulletins of information concerning the several colleges and departments see page 2 of the cover.

In writing for information, please mention the college, department, or study in which you are chiefly interested.

Attention is called to the calendar on pages 5-7, and especially to the dates for the forwarding of applications, for registration, and for the beginning of instruction.

CALENDAR

Stated meetings of the Regents are held at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month, and on the day preceding Commencement Day, in May of each year, at such places as may from time to time be determined, ordinarily at the San Francisco Institute of Art, California and Mason streets, San Francisco. The July meeting is usually dispensed with. The Finance Committee meets at 11 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, and the Committee on Grounds and Buildings at 2:30 p.m. on the second Friday before the second Tuesday of each month at California Hall, Berkeley.

Stated meetings of the Academic Senate are held in Berkeley, on the first Wednesday in May and the third Wednesday in November.

University meetings occur on alternate Friday mornings during the academic year at 11:07 o'clock.

1914 Aug. 3, Monday

Aug. 6, Thursday
Aug. 6, Thursday!
Aug. 11, Tuesday)

Aug. 14, Friday
Aug. 15, Saturday
Aug. 17, Monday
Aug. 14, Friday
Aug. 15, Saturday)

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Applications for admission, and credentials of the recommended

graduates of accredited high schools to be filed with the Recorder of the Faculties. Recommendations for admission from accredited schools in California (with the applications for admission to regular undergraduate standing) to be on file with the Recorder of the Faculties by this date. Other

credentials should be on file earlier.* Academic rear begins. Matriculation examinations at Berkeley, for the Academic Col.

leges, the California College of Pharmacy, and Hastings

College of the Law.
All officers of instruction in the colleges at Berkeley keep office

hours each day, from 9 a.m. to 12 m. Also on Friday and

Monday from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Admission certificates issued to intrants; registration of new students, graduate and undergraduate, from 8:30

to 4:30 p.m., in California Hall. Registration of old students, graduate and undergraduate, 8:30

a.m. to 5 p.m., in California Hall. Instruction in all classes begins at 8:07 a.m. Theses of candidates for Ph.D. to be conferred in December, to

be filed with the Dean of the Graduate School, for the Aca. demic Council.

a.m.

Aug. 17, Monday

Aug. 18, Tuesday
Sept. 14, Monday

* In general recommendations from accredited schools and credentials from schools and colleges either in the State of California or elsewhere should be sent to the Re. corder of the Faculties as early as possible during the summer. Ample time should be allowed for correspondence and for the notification by the University of applicants who may be required to take one or more of the matriculation examinations." Appli. cants whose papers are received too late for full consideration before the matricula tion examinations may be seriously inconvenienced in beginning their work or may be obliged to defer their entrance to the University until a later session.

Nov. 28, Thursday} Thanksgiving recess of three days.
Dec. 1, Tuesday Last day for application for the accrediting of secondary schools

for 1914-15.
Dec. 9, Wednesday} Mid-year Examinations in the Academic Colleges.

19Saturday Dec. 20, Sunday Christmas vacation in the Academic Colleges, Hastings College of Jan. 2, Saturday

the Law, the College of Medicine, the College of Dentistry, and the California College of Pharmacy.

1915

Jan. 4, Monday Applications for admission in January and applications for cards

of admission to the matriculation examinations in January,

to be filed. Jan. 5, Tuesday? Examinations in the Academic Colleges for the removal of matric. Jan. 9, Saturday) ulation deficiencies. Jan. 11, Monday Registration of students in the Academic Colleges for courses of

the second half-year. Jan. 12, Tuesday Instruction in all classes begins at 8:07 a.m. Feb. 11, Thursday Theses of candidates for Ph.D. to be conferred in May, to be filed

with the Dean of the Graduate School, for the Academic

Council. Mar. 1, Monday Last day for applications for graduate scholarships for 1915–16. Mar. 15, Monday Last day for applications for undergraduate scholarships for

1915-16. Mar. 23, Tuesday Charter Day. Exercises in the Greek Theatre or Harmon

Gymnasium. Apr. 26, Monday Annual examinations in the Academic Colleges, Annual exami May 8, Saturdays nations for seniors begin Thursday, April 22. Apr. 30, Friday Candidates for Ph.D. file with the Recorder written report of

work performed during the year. May 10, Monday

Class Day. May 12, Wednesday The Fifty-second Commencement. May 13, Thursday 1 Vacation of twelve weeks in the Academic Colleges, Hastings Aug. 4, Wednesday) College of the Law, the College of Medicine, and the College

of Dentistry. June 21, Monday

Summer Session of the Academic Colleges. July 31, Saturday) Aug. 2, Monday Applications for admission, and credentials of the recommended

graduates of accredited high schools to be filed with the

Recorder of the Faculties. Ang. 5, Thursday ! Matriculation examinations at Berkeley, for the Academic Col. Aug. 10, Tuesday) leges, the California College of Pharmacy, and Hastings

College of the Law. Filing of applications for admission to

advanced and graduate standing and to special status. Aug. 13, Friday All officers of instruction in the colleges at Berkeley keep office Aug. 14, Saturday hours each day, from 9 a.m. to 12 m. Also on Friday and Aug. 16, Monday

Monday from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 13, Friday Admission certificates issued to intrants; registration of new Aug. 14, Saturday students, graduate and undergraduate, from 8:30 a.m. to Sept. 13, Monday

4:30 p.m., in California Hall. Aug. 16, Monday Registration of old students, graduate and undergraduate, 8:30

a.m, to 5 p.m., in California Hall. Aug. 17, Tuesday Instruction in all classes begins at 8:07 a.m.

Theses of candidates for Ph.D. to be conferred in December, to

be filed with the Dean of the Graduate School, for the Aca. demic Council.

Nov. 25, Thursday} Thanksgiving recess of three days.
Nov. 27, Saturday )
Dec. 1, Wednesday Last day for application for the accrediting of secondary schools

for 1915-16.
Dec 8, Wednesday} Mid-year Examinations in the Academic Colleges.
Dec. 18, Saturday
Dec. 19, Sunday)

Christmas vacation in the Academic Colleges, Hastings College Jan. 1, Saturday of the Law, the College of Medicine, the College of Dentistry,

and the California College of Pharmacy.

1916 Jan. 1, Saturday

Applications for admission in January and applications for cards

Jan. 3, Monday

Jan, 4, Tuesday
Jan. 8, Saturdays
Jan. 10, Monday

of admission to the matriculation examinations in January,

to be filed.
Second half-year in the Academic Colleges and in Hastings

College of the Law begins.
Examinations in the Academic Colleges for the removal of matric.

ulation deficiencies.
Registration of students in the Academic Colleges for courses of

the second half year.
Instruction in all classes begins at 8:07 a.m.

Jan. 11, Tuesday

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