CIRCULAR OF INFORMATION

Official Announcement for Students in all Departments.

The following is a circular of information for students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School of Applied Science, the Graduate School of Business Administration, the College, and the Lawrence Scientific School.

For information about rooms and boarding places, for map of the College Yard and vicinity, all circulars, lists of courses of study, etc., and for general assistance of any kind, apply to the Committee on the Reception of Students, Professor R. B. Merriman, Chairman, the Harvard Union Reading Room, first floor.

For information about admission to Harvard College apply to the Chairman of the Committee on Admission, University Hall, north entry, 2d floor, room 20.

For information about College duties apply to the Recorder or to the Assistant Recorder, University Hall, south entry, 1st floor, room 4. The attention of all students in Harvard College is called to the regulations, copies of which may be obtained in the registration rooms in University 4, and in the Harvard Union Reading Room, first floor.

For information about the Lawrence Scientific School apply at the Office of the Dean of the School, in University Hall, north entry, 1st floor, room 16.

For information about the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences apply at the office of the Dean of the School, in University Hall, south entry, 3d floor, room 10.

For information about the Graduate School of Applied Science apply at the office of the Dean of the School, in University Hall, north entry, 1st floor, room 16.

For information about the Graduate School of Business Administration apply at the office of the Dean of the School, in University Hall, north entry, 1st floor, room 17.

For information about fees, bonds and payments, see the printed rules; or apply at the Bursar's office in Lower Dano (hours 9-1). Every student, on his entrance to the University, must file a bond or deposit a sum of money with the Bursar as security for the payment of his dues. Every student must pay the first instalment of his tuition fee to the Bursar at the beginning of the academic year.

Wednesday, September 30.

"Dropped" Juniors and Sophomores in Harvard College register in the Lecture Room, Fogg Museum, between 9 A. M. and 1 P. M.

First Meeting of 1912.

College Freshmen assemble in Room 11, Sever Hall, at 9 o'clock on Wednesday, September 30, and meet their Advisers at 9.30 o'clock in the rooms named below. A written list of studies for the entire year must be submitted to the Adviser. All who have not been assigned to Advisers will consult Professor C. P. Parker, Chairman of the Committee of Advisers, at 9.30 o'clock, in Sever 11. lists of studies. All students admitted to advanced standing in Harvard College must obtain the signature of the Chairman of the Committee on Admission on their lists of studies.

College Seniors, Upper Mass.

College Juniors, Lower Mass.

College Sophomores, Harvard 6.

College Freshmen, Upper Mass.

College Special Students, Harvard 5.

Students in Lawrence Scientific School, Lower Mass.

Students in the Graduate School of Arts and Science are expected to file their lists of studies at 10 University Hall, at registration or before 6 P. M., on Thursday, October 1.

Students in the Graduate School of Applied Science are expected to file their lists of studies at 16 University Hall, at registration or before 6 P. M., on Thursday, October 1.

Students in the Graduate School of Business Administration are expected to file their lists of studies at 17 University Hall, at registration or before 6 P. M., on Thursday, October 1.

Any student wishing to take a "starred course" must obtain the consent of the instructer in the course, given in writing on the card containing the student's list of studies; for admission to a course "primarily for graduates," an undergraduate or special student must obtain the written recommendation of the instructor. Instructors may be consulted for this purpose on Thursday, October 1, at the rooms named in the Directory of Instructors.

Morning Prayers begin on Thursday, October 1, at 8.45 A. M., conducted by the Rev. Professor Edward C. Moore, D. D.

The Rev. George A. Gordon, D. D., will conduct prayers from October 5 to October 17, inclusive.

The Board of Preachers to the University will be represented by the Rev. Professor Edward C. Moore, in Wadsworth House 1, from 10 to 12 o'clock on Thursday, October 1.

There will be no meetings in courses on Thursday, October 1; courses will begin at 9 A. M., Friday, October 2.

Friday, October 2.

First Meeting of Courses.

Courses will begin at 9 A. M. For times of meeting, see the Announcement of Courses of Instruction, 3d edition, 1908-09, to be obtained at the Harvard Union, first floor, Reading Room; for places of meeting, see official bulletin boards.

Students are required to enroll at the first meeting of their courses.

For consultation with Instructors, see Directory of Instructors.

Directory of Committees, etc., for Thursday, October 1, 9-12 A. M.:

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: Professor J. H. Wright, Dean; Mr. G. W. Robinson, Secretary, Univ. 10.

Graduate School of Applied Science: Professor W. C. Sabine, Dean, Univ. 10.

Graduate School of Business Administration: Professor E. F. Gay, Dean, Univ. 17.

Harvard College: Professor B. S. Hurlbut, Dean; W. R. Castle, Assistant Dean, Univ. 4.

Harvard College, Recorder's Office: Mr. G. W. Cram, Recorder; Mr. C. S. Moore, Assistant Recorder, Univ. 4.

Lawrence Scientific School: Professor W. C. Sabine, Dean, Univ. 16; Mr. G. W. Cram, Recorder, Univ. 4.

Committee on Admission: Mr. J. G. Hart, Chairman, Univ. 20.

Parietal Board: Mr. C. M. Stearns, Regent, Univ. 5.

Committees on the Degree of A.B. with Distinction:

in Anthropology, Peabody Museum.

in Applied Science, Pierce 210.

in Biology, Zool. Lect. Rm.

in Chemistry, Boylston 2.

in the Classics, Sever 16.

in English, Warren House.

in Fine Arts, Robinson Hall.

in French and other Romance Languages and Literature, Sever 23.

in Geology, Geol. Mus. 22.

in Germanic Languages and Literatures, Sever 6.

in History and Literature, Grays 18.

in History and Political Science, Harv. 2.

in Literature, Sever 23.

in Mathematics, Sever 20.

in Music, Holden.

in Philosophy, Emerson E.

in Physics, Univ. 16.

in Semitic Languages and History, Sem. Mus. 3.

Board of Preachers to the University Rev. Professor Edward C. Moore, Wads-worth House 1. (10-12.)

Committee on Reception of Students: Professor R. B. Merriman, Chairman, Harvard Union.

Committee of Advisers: Professor C. P. Parker, Chairman, Sever 11 (Wed. 9-1, 2-5; Thurs. 9-1, 2-5). Friday 9-10.30, 2-5; and Saturday 9-11, University 5.

Secretary of Faculty of Arts and Sciences: Mr. J. G. Hart, Univ. 20.

Secretary for Appointments: Mr. E. H. Wells, Univ. 9.

Bursar of the University: Mr. C. F. Mason; Asst. Bursar, Mr. W. M. McInnes. Lower Dane. (Office hours, 9-1.)

Inspector of Grounds and Buildings: Mr. W. S. Burke, Mass. Hall. (Office hours, 8.30-12; 4.30-4.45.)

Memorial Hall Dining Association: Mr. L. B. Fisk, Auditor, Memorial Hall.

Randall Hall Dining Association: Kirkland street, cor. Divinity avenue.

Sunday, October 4.

Religious Service in Appleton Chapel, at 7.30 P. M., conducted by the Rev. Professor Edward C. Moore. The Rev. Dean W. W. Fenn of the Harvard Divinity School and Right Reverend William Lawrence, Bishop of Massachusetts, will speak.

Thursday, October 8.

Meeting of Members of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science and of Business Administration, with guests, in the Faculty Room, 5 University Hall, on Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. An address will be made by James Ford Rhodes, LL.D., and President Eliot and Dean Gay will speak briefly