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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1891)
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CHARLES E. BESSEY, Pii..P Acting Chancellor.
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(Terms be$inScpt. ITJSUO, Juu, iiiiil Mar. 30, 1801.)
' The University is the head of the- publifc educational' sys-
tern of the State. It aims to continue and complete the work
begun in the public schools, and secure to-all an opportunity
" of jiberal culture itvliterature aYid science, and in such lech-
, hical and professional courses as shall from time to tme be
"added. These advantage? arc offered ioivA free of charge Jbr
tuition, without regard to sex or race, or place, of residence.
n the sole condition of possessing the intellectual and moral
cuanncauons requisite xor aumission 10 sucu au.iusiuuuon.
TflE LATIN SCHOOL.
JAMES T.v LEES, "PH.D., riflNCirAU"
In this school preparation is afforded for all the Undergrrd
ui.'teOnirscs in tlie College OF.-I.lTkRXiURK, Science ANi'
rfilK Akts, and also for those in the UMVERsYrv;
-The preparatory studies run through two years. Applicant
for admission to the First Year will be examined on the fol-
, lowing subjects: English Grammar Arithmetic, Geography,
and Jtitory of the L'tiite.1 States. TJruduatcs of high schools
Accredited for the Minor Course (now including Aurora,
Columbus, Fairmont, Friend, Gibbon, Harvard, Hebron,
McCoolc, North Loup, Ord, Red. Cloud, Sutton, Tccumsch,
. lloldredge and Wlbcr) are admitted to the Second Year class
' on presentation of diplomas. -
v THE COLLEGES.
The Uniyftvuty consists -of two colleges-, or Timlcrgradiv
r.ie departments. Graduatesof the LaUn schpol, or of the,
' tiigh schools accredited for the major course (including now1
Almai Ashland, Auburn, Beatrice, Edgar, Fremont, Grand
, Island, Kearney, Lincoln, Nebraska City, Plattsmouth and
1 Ulysses) arc admitted into the Freshman class of either col
lege on presentation of diplomas. ;M
- Students in both colleges attend classes in common, as far
. as possible, and have every advantage afforded by contact
witn those studying n other departments and the instruction
'" of trained arfd experienced University professors.
VHE COLLEGE OF
LITERATURE, SCIENCE, . AND U, At J .
I'llEARTS. . : . -1 . l
CltARt.KS K. BESSEY, Tit. D., DEAN.
The Classical Course, leading to thedegrce of Dnchelot :. -'v ' t
nf Arts, n fiords a training in the "Ancient Lan'guones and . - 'r
Literatures. . , - , ' .;'
, The Literary Course, lcrtding to the degree ol Bache-' ' '
lor'of Letters, offers XtrVuiing in History, Literature' aad '" ,' j. -t
the Modem Languages. . . " -' ' ' .. 'f"',
THE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
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:: J. 8Ti:UN0 KIXQ8MCY, D.SC, UKAN. . t
Tlie course iii General Science, leading to the degree ot
Hachelorof Science, offcis.a liberal educatum, in .which the -Modern
Sciences and the Modern Languages' are given -most
(roniineiicc. The Elective Courses tN Sciences! lead
mg. to the same degree, afford a training in special lines lead
ing to Agricultural, Electrical or SoicntifiC work. ?(
The course in Civil Engineering oilers-such training ju
will fit a"yourjg man for the practiced Civil Engineering.
For those who can spent! but a year or two in study, an
Elementary course in- Agriculture has bceu arranged. ... ,
Students in the Industrial Collcjrc may obtain remunerative -
employment at ratcsranging from l5.to 25 cents ; per f'hour,.ti;' jt(, ,,
ucpenuiiigupon me quality 01 worse. . K . .v- -
SClinOT. OFTIIF. Fl'NS ARTS. f.-.yf,
MIPS MOOHR AN1 MRSr MKN2n'noiIP
Instruction given in drawing and. painting from the
still.lile, nature, and models an the progressive order,
are required 10 proviuc caseis ana maicnai ; an am
tionxif casts and studies is furnished -in the" stu
chartre for dailv lessons durinlr 12 Avccks is $2i;.ou. " oayabfe
in, advance. I'rce instruction is. given to classes in Art Histo.
ry, 1'lastic Anatdmy and l'erspective.
. The Course in Music includes instruction on the Pi:no
Forte, Organ and Violin, Voice-training and Musical Theory, '
Fees for individual or class instruction are moderate. X"-
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JFor cnttlug:acu or fluller iiiformntion apply ti the steward J. S. DALES, iiucolri, NoW' -
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