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Scholarships: 56 to entering freshmen at an average o $169; total, 104 (30 without specific reference to need) at an average of $157. Range: 65 between $125 and $374; 39 below $125. Employment: 126 students at an average of $278.

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Milwaukee-Downer College

Milwaukee (private; women; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime--147, first-time-48; tuition and required fees, $425; board and

room, $700 to $750). Scholarships: 28 to entering freshmen at an average of $421; total, 66 (1 without specific reference to need) at an average or $454. Range: 11 between $625 and $1,374; 54 between $125 and $624; 1 below $125; repayment required if student transfers to other institution before graduation. Loans: 5 at an average of $142 (not available for first two years in college). 5 percent interest beginning 1 year after student has left college. Employment: 45 students at an average of $175.

Northwestern College

Watertown (Protestant; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime-111, first-time-38; tuition and required fees, $130; board and

room, $230). Scholarships: 13 (2 without specific reference to need) at an average of $203. Range: 10 between $125 and $374; 3 below $125.

Employment: 2 students at an average of $115.

Mount Mary College

Milwaukee (Catholic; women; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime--686, first-time--285; tuition and required fees, $360; board and

room, $1,050). Scholarships: 45 to entering freshmen at an average of $148; total, 134 at an average of $133. Range: 4 between $875 and $1,124; 76 between $125 and $624; 54 below $125; repayment required if student transfers to other institution before graduation. Loans: 12 at an average of $338 (not available to freshmen and sophomores). Annual maximum, $1,000; 4-year maximum, $3,000; 4 percent interest after student leaves school; first payment due 2

years after graduation Employment: 115 students at an average of $115.

Ripon College

Ripon (private; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: full-time554, first-time-185; tuition and required fees, $585; board and room,

$665). Scholarships: 103 to entering freshmen at an average of $305; total, 250 (2 without specific reference to need) at an average of $359. Range: 19 between $625 and $1,124; 207 between $125 and $624; 24 below $125. Loans: 17 at an average of $348 (not available to entering freshmen). 3 percent interest after leaving institution; first payment due within 6 months. Employment: 167 students at an average of $290.

Nashotah House

Nashotah (Protestant; men; grants first professional degrees; enrollment: full-time_43; tuition and required

fees, $268; board and room, $450). Scholarships: 12 at an average of $150. Range: 6 between $125 and $374; 6 below $125. Loans: 3 at an average of $100 (not available to freshmen). Maximum. $300; no interest; first payment due within a year; final payment within 3 years. Employment: 1 teaching or research assistant at $718; 23 others at an average of $305.

St. Francis Seminary

Milwaukee (Catholic; men; grants
first professional degrees; enrollment:
full-time—255, first-time-68; tui-
tion and required fees, $125; board

and room, $575).
Scholarships: 24 at an average of $234.
Loans: 13 at an average of $254.
Employment: 18 students at an average of $277.

Northland College

Ashland (private; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment:

fulltime--241, first-time--107; tuition and required fees, $284; board and room, $400).

St. Lawrence Seminary

Mt. Calvary (Catholic; men; 2-year; enrollment: full-time—52, firsttime-21; tuition and required fees,

$175; board and room, $210). Scholarships: 4 at an average of $275. Range: 3 be tween $125 and $374; 1 below $125.

enrollment of a definite loan program with a stated maximum, with interest rate from 2 to 4 percent.) Employment: (undergraduate and graduate): 1,475 teaching and research assistants at an average of $1,112; 6,862 others at an average of $103.

St. Norbert College

West De Pere (Catholic; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: full-time—685, first-time282; tuition and required fees, $400;

board and room, $500). Scholarships: 20 to entering freshmen at an average of $325; total, 113 at an average of $335. Range: 5 between $625 and $1,124; 104 between $125 and $624; 4 below $125. Employment: 52 students at an average of $221.

Viterbo College

La Crosse (Catholic; women; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime-223, first-time-133; tuition and required fees, $260; board and

room, $460). Scholarships: 15 to entering freshmen at an average of $113; total, 41 at an average of $135. Range: 32 between $125 and $374; 9 below $125. Loans: 3 at an average of $217. Annual maximum, $200; 4-year maximum, $800; 5 percent interest after leaving school; irst payment due 6 months after graduation. Employment: 29 students at an average of $133.

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Stout State College

Menomonie (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees;* enrollment: fulltime undergraduate-1,022, firsttime-360; tuition and required

fees, $130; board and room, $450). Scholarships: 163 to entering freshmen at an average of $58; total, 165 (38 without specific reference to need) at an average of $71. Range: 1 between $1,375 and $1,624; 1 between $625 and $874; 5 between $125 and $374; 158 below $125. Loans: 48 at an average of $52 (not available to entering freshmen). Annual maximum: freshman, $100, upper. classman, $200; 4-year maximum, $800; 5 percent interest before and after leaving school; first payment due within 1 year, final payment within 2 years. Employment: 325 students at an average of $111.

Wisconsin Institute of Technology

Platteville (public; men; grants first professional degrees; enrollment: fulltime-224, first-time—77; tuition and required fees, $50; no facilities

for board and room). Scholarships: 15 to entering freshmen at an average of $100.

University of Wisconsin

Wisconsin State College

Madison (public; coed.; grants bachelor's and first professional degrees;* enrollment: full-time undergraduate-14,831, first-time-4,970; tuition and required fees, $180 for general undergraduates, $200 to $340 in professional schools; board and room, for women, $675, for

Eau Claire (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime-1,184, first-time—559; tuition and required fees, $130; board and

room, $600). Scholarships: 147 at an average of $62. Range: 5 between $125 and $374; 142 below $125. Loans: 2 to entering freshmen at an average of $75; total, 163 at an average of $16; Annual and 4-year maximum, $100; no interest.

Wisconsin State College

La Crosse (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime-1,323, first-time-507; tuition and required fees, $130; board and Wisconsin State College

men, $645). Scholarships: 737 to entering freshmen at an average of $244; total, 1,600 at an average of $283. Range: 15 between $1,125 and $1,624; 84 between $625 and $1,124; 1,323 between $125 and $624; 179 below $125.

Loans: 1,613 at an average of $105 (not available to entering freshmen). Annual and 4-year maximum, $500; 3 percent interest before, 6 percent after, leaving institution; final payment required after 1 year. (Loan policy being revised; maximum 4-year loan to be $1,500; maximum repayment time, 4 years after graduation; pilot program will allow certain scholarship holders and applicants to be assured prior to

room, $500). Scholarships: 102 to entering freshmen at an average of $92, all below $125. Employment: 70 students at an average of $86.

*Also graduate degrees.

Oshkosh (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: full-time1,131, first-time—455; tuition and required fees, $131; board and room,

$531). Scholarships: 69 to entering freshmen (51 without specific reference to need) at an average of $50, all below $125. Employment: 38 students at an average of $150.

Schnlarships: 96 to entering freshmen (31 without specific reference to need) at an average of $100, all below $125; fees waived also for 8 foreign students. Loans: 3 at an average of $302 (not available to entering freshmen). Annual and 4-year maximum, $400, 4 percent interest after leaving institution; first payment due within 6 months, final payment within 2 years, after graduation or withdrawal. Employment: 640 students at an average of $289.

Wisconsin State College

Platteville (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: total-912, first-time-354; tuition and required fees, $116; board and

room, $460). Scholarships: 75 to entering freshmen at an average of $100; total, 77 (25 without specific reference to need) at an average of $100, all below $125. Loans: 30 at an average of $65 (not available to enter. ing fresh men). Annual maximum: freshman, $150, upperclassman, $200; 4-year maximum, $300; 4 percent interest after leaving institution; first payment due within 6 months, final payment within 1 year. Employment: 140 teaching and research assistants at an average of $33; 80 others at an average of $98.

Wisconsin State College

Superior (public; coed. ; grants bachelor's degrees;* enrollment: full-time undergraduate-886, first-time-349; tuition and required fees, $100;

board and room, $505). Scholarships: 78 to entering freshmen at an average of $93; total, 195 (4 without specific reference to need) at an average of $51, all below $125. Loans: 78 at an average of $52 (not available to freshmen). 6 percent interest after graduation. Employment: 6 teaching and research assistants at an average of $283; 81 others at an average of $177.

Wisconsin State College

Whitewater (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime-1,061 first-time-423; tuition and required fees, $128; board and

room, $540). Scholarships: 105 to entering freshmen (42 without specific reference to need) at an average of $100, all below $125. Employment: 20 students at an average of $150.

Wisconsin State College

River Falls (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime—909, first-time---336; tuition

and required fees, $100; room, $162). Scholarships: 55 to entering freshmen (21 without specific reference to need) at an average of $100, all below $125. Loans: 7 at an average of $43 (not available to entering freshmen). Annual maximum, $360; 4-year maximum, $1,440; 4 percent interest after leaving institution; first payment due within 3 years, final payment within 4 years. Employment: 39 teaching and research assistants at an average of $128; 9 others at an average of $155.

WYOMING

Wisconsin State College

Casper Junior College

Casper (public; coed.; 2-year; enrollment: full-time-401, first-time493; tuition and required fees, $105;

Stevens Point (public; coed.; grants bachelor's degrees; enrollment: fulltime—1,168, first-time-470; tuition and required fees, $125; board and room, $460).

no facilities for board and room). Scholarships: 30 to entering freshmen at an average of $83; total, 78 at an average of $91. Range: 1 between $875 and $1,124; 7 between $125 and $374; 70 below $125. Employment: 4 teaching and research assistants at an average of $156; 25 others at an average of $246.

*Also graduate degrees.

University of Wyoming

Laramie (public; coed.; grants bachelor's and first professional degrees;* enrollment: full-time undergraduate-2,752, first-time-912; tuition and required fees, $205; board and room, $600).

Scholarships: 200 to entering fresh men at an average o $68; total, 937 (800 without specific reference to need) at an average of $148. Range: 2 between $625 and $1,124; 897 between $125 and $624; 38 below $125. Loans: 6 to entering freshmen at an average of $67; total, 269 at an average of $74; Annual and 4-year maximum, $300; 3 to 6 percent interest before and after leaving institution; final payment due 1 year from date of note, may be extended while in school. Employment: 43 teaching and research assistants at an average of $605; 775 others at an average of $155.

*Also graduate degrees.

INDEX

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Abilene Christian College (Tex.), 188.
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (G8.), 37.
Academy of Aeronautics (N. Y.), 120.
Academy of the New Church (Pa.), 161.
Adams State College (Colo.), 25.
Adelbert College (Ohio). See Western Reserve Uni-

versity, 153
Adelphi College (N. Y.), 120.
Adolphus College, Gustavus (Minn.), 18.
Adrian College (Mich.), 91.
Agnes Scott College (Ga.), 37.
Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College (Ark.),

10.
Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, 188.
Agricultural and Technical College of North Carolina,

137.
Igricultural and Technical Institute. See State Uni-
versity of New York: (Alfred), 132; (Canton), 133;
(Cobleskill), 133; (Delhi), 133; (Farmingdale), 133;

(Morrisville), 133.
Ikron, University of (Ohio), 152.
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical College, 6.
Alabama College, 6.
Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 6.
Alabama State Teachers College (Florence), 7; (Jack-

sonville), 7; (Livingston), 7; (Troy), 8.
Alabama, University of, 8.
Alaska, University of, 9.
Albany, College for Teachers at (N. Y.). See State

University of New York, 133.
Albany State College (Ga.), 37.
Albertus Magnus College (Conn.), 28.
Albion College (Mich.), 91.
Albright College (Pa.), 161.
Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College (Miss.),

101.
Alderson-Broaddus College (W. Va.), 209.
Alfred University (N. Y.), 120.
Allegheny College (Pa.), 161.
Allen College, Mary (Tex.), 191.
Allen University (S, C.), 177.
Alliance College (Pa.), 161.
Alma College (Mich.), 91.
Alpena Community College (Mich.), 91.
Alverno College (Wis.), 212.
Amarillo College (Tex.), 188.
American Conservatory of Music (III.), 44.
American International College (Mass.), 82.
American Institute for Foreign Trade, The (Ariz.), 9.
American River Junior College (Calif.), 12.
American University, The (D. C.), 32.
Amherst College (Mass.), 82.
Anderson College (S. C.), 177.
Anderson College and Theological Seminary (Ind.), 54.
Andover Newton Theological School (Mass.), 82.
Andrew College (Ga.), 37.
Anna Maria College for Women (Mass.), 82.
Annburst College (Conn.), 28.

Antioch College (Ohio), 145.
Appalachian State Teachers College (N. C.), 137.
Aquinas College (Mich.), 91.
Arizona State College (Flagstaff), 9; (Tempe), 9.
Arizona, University of, 10.
Arkansas Agricultural and Mechanical College, 10.
Arkansas City Junior College (Kaps.), 64.
Arkanses College, 10.
Arkansas Polytechnic College, 10.
Arkansas State College, 10.
Arkansas State Teachers College, 10.
Arkansas, University of, 12.
Arlington State College (Tex.), 188.
Armstrong College of Savannah (Ga.), 37.
Aroostook State Teachers College (Maine), 76.
Art Center School, The (Calll.), 12.
Art Institute of Chicago, School of the (11.), 52.
Asbury College (Ky.), 69.
Asbury Theological Seminary (Ky.), 69.
Asheville-Biltmore College (N. C.), 137.
Ashland College (Ohio), 146.
Ashland Junior College (Ky.). 69.
Assumption College (Mass.), 82.
Athens College (Ala.), 6.
Atlanta Art Institute (Ga.), 37.
Atlantic Christian College (N, C.), 137.
Atlantic Union College (Mass.), 82.
Augsburg College and Theological Seminary (Minn.),

97.
Augustana College (III.), 44; (8. Dak.), 180.
Augustana Theological Seminary (I.), 4.
Aurora College (III.), 44.
Austin College (Tex.), 188.
Austin Junior College (Minn.), 97.
Austin Peay State College (Tenn.), 182.
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Tex.), 189.
Austin State College, Stephen F. (Tex.), 194.
A verett College (Va.), 200.

Babson Institute of Business Administration (Mass.),

82.
Bacone College (Okla.), 154.
Baker University (Kans.), 64.
Bakersfield College (Calif.), 12.
Baldwin Agricultural College, Abraham (Ga.), 37.
Baldwin College, Mary (Va.), 203.
Baldwin-Wallace College (Ohio), 146.
Ball State Teachers College (Ind.), 54.
Baltimore College of Commerce (Md.), 78.
Baltimore Junior College (Md.), 78.
Baltimore, University of (Md.), 81.
Baptist Bible Seminary, Inc. (N. Y.), 120.
Barat College of the Sacred Heart (III.), 44.
Barber-Scotia College (N. C.), 138.
Bard College (N. Y.), 120.
Barnard College (N. Y.). See Columbia University,

122.
Barry College (Fla.), 35.

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