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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BULLETINS
A SERIES IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE BULLETINS
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Entered January 31, 1908, at the Post Office at Berkeley, California, as
second-class matter, under the Act of Congress of July 16, 1894.
Issued monthly from November to March and in July, and twice a month
from April to June.
These Bulletins include :
Letters, Sciences, and Engineering.
Medicine, and Pharmacy.
ADMINISTRATIVE BULLETINS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
1909-10. No. 8
CIRCULARS OF INFORMATION.
1. The Circular of Information, Academic Departments (Colleges of
Letters, Sciences, and Engineering, and the first two years of Medicine). Containing general information about the University, its organization, government, faculties, 'requirements for aulmission both to graduate and undergraduate status, requirements for degrees and teacher's recommendations, expenses. Detailed information is given in the other publications men
tioned in this list. 2. The Annual Commencement Programme. Containing the list of
degrees conferred, scholarships, prizes, and other honors. 3. Specimen entrance examination papers. 4. The Annual Announcement of ('ourses of Instruction in the
Academic Colleges. Price, 10 cents. Sent by mail by the
Recorder of the Faculties for 15 cents. 5. The Prospectus of the Summer Session in the Academic Colleges,
published aunually in March. 6. The ('atalogue of Officers and Students in the Academic Colleges.
Published in September and in February. Price, 10 eerts.
Sent by mail by the Recorder of the Faculties for 13 cents. 7. The Monthly Meteorological Synopsis of Berkeley. 8. The Annual Register. Sent by mail by the Recorder of the Fac
ulties for 25 cents. 9. The Biennial Report of the President. 10. List of exchanges maintained by the University Press. 11. The Annual Report of the Secretary. 12. The Annual Report of the Professor of Agriculture. 13. The Bulletins of the Agricultural Experiment Station. 11, The Library Bulletins. 1.5, The Circular of the San Francisco Institute of Art, in San
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