The University Dental School has raised its standards of admission for 1926, not lowered them, according to a letter from Dean Leroy M. S. Miner to the CRIMSON. At present only one year of collegiate work is required, amounting to 30 semester hours, but this requirement will be increased to two years of college work, or 60 semester hours, when the new policy goes into effect.
Dental School Raises Standards
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