College News and Departmental Notes: School of Practical Arts Drops Freshman and Sophomore Years
by Departmental notes - 1922
At a meeting of the Trustees of Teachers College, held October 19, 1922, it was decided to increase by two years the requirements for admission to its School of Practical Arts by discontinuing the freshman and sophomore years of instruction, which two years now represent an enrollment of 300 students. The School of Practical Arts is the division of Teachers College which trains teachers of home economics, fine arts, physical training, music, nursing, and allied subjects. Heretofore students could enter the freshman class directly after graduation from high school, but by the new arrangement prospective students must now obtain their freshman and sophomore training in some other college or technical school, after which they may enter the School of Practical Arts as juniors.
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