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The legal title of the Corporation (to be used in making gifts and bequests) is “ THE SOCIETY FOR THE COLLEGIATE INSTRUCTION OF WOMEN.” It should be described as established in Cambridge, Mass.

The Society's House, No. 10 Garden Street, known as Fay House, is open to visitors interested in the work, during vacations and term-time, though students only are admitted to the class-rooms during the hours of lectures.

The Reference Library is in Fay House.

The Botanical Laboratory is in Fay House.

The Laboratories of Chemistry and Physics are separate buildings on the grounds.

The Laboratory of Biology occupies quarters in the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy on Oxford Street, by permission of the Curator. The temporary Gymnasium is in the building No. 20 Mason Street.

The Secretary and his Assistant, Miss Coes, may be consulted, at the Office at any time, and special appointments are made as required.

The Academic year begins on the Thursday following the last Wednesday in September. In 1893 it is September 28. Students report for registration at 9 A.M. of that day.

Senior's Class Day is Wednesday, June 20, 1894.
Commencement Day is Monday, June 25, 1894.

The summer vacation begins on the last Wednesday in June, and ends the last Wednesday in September.

The Christmas recess begins on the 23d of December and ends on the 2d of January.

The Spring recess begins on the. Wednesday before Fast Day and ends on the Tuesday after Fast Day.

Thanksgiving Day, the 22d of February, and the 30th of May are holidays.

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THE SOCIETY FOR

THE COLLEGIATE INSTRUCTION

OF WOMEN

BY

PROFESSORS AND OTHER INSTRUCTORS

OF

HARVARD COLLEGE

Fifteenth Year

COURSES OF STUDY FOR 1893-1894, WITH THE

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.

W. H. WHEELER, PRINTER

1893

Members of the Corporation of the Society for the Collegiate Instruction of

Women.

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JAMES
ES B. GREENOUGH. •

JOSEPH B. WARNER.
SARAH W. WHITMAN.

Standing Committees.

The House Committee in charge of buildings, house-service, grounds and repairs and additions, Mrs. WHITMAN, Chairman, Mrs. Agassiz (ex-officio), Mr. Gilman, Miss Longfellow, Mr. Warner.

The Library Committee with general supervision of the Library, Miss HORSFORD, Chairman, Mrs. Agassiz (ex-officio), Professor Goodwin, Miss Mason, Professor Greenough, Mr. Gilman.

The Finance Committee in charge of all matters pertaining to expenditure, Endowment Fund, etc., Professor BYERLY, Chairman, Mrs. Agassiz (ex-officio), Miss Horsford, Mr. Gilman, Mr. Warner.

The Students' Committee in charge of the general discipline of the students, oversight of their homes while in Cambridge, and of their amusements, clubs and social life. Mrs. GILMAN, Chairman, Mrs. Agassiz (ex-officio), Miss Horsford, Mrs. Cooke, Mrs. Greenough.

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The Committee on the Gymnasium, MRS. GILMAN, Chairman, Mrs. Agassiz (ex-officio), Miss Horsford, Miss Longfellow, and Mr. Warner.

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