Following is a part of the circular of information issued by the University for students in the Graduate School, the College and the 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 N. S. Shaler, Chairman, University Hall, south entry, 1st floor, room 2.
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 new regulations, copies of which may be obtained in the registration rooms or in University 2 or 4. These regulations go into effect at once.
For information about the Lawrence Scientific School, apply to the Secretary of the School, in University Hall, north entry, 1st floor, room 16.
The attention of all students in the Lawrence Scientific School is called to the new regulations, copies of which may be obtained in the registration rooms or in University 2 or 16. They may be found in the Lawrence Scientific School Catalogue for 1905-06, pages 95--100. These regulations go into effect at once.
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 fees, bonds and payments, see the printed rules; or apply at the Bursar's office in Lower Dane (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 27.
"Dropped" Juniors and Sophomores in Harvard College register in the Fogg Lecture Room, between 9 A. M. and 1 P. M.
College Freshmen, Class of 1909, assemble in Room 11, Sever Hall, at 9 o'clock on Wednesday, September 27, 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. Freshmen who have not been assigned to Advisers will consult Professor C. P. Parker, at 9.30 o'clock, in Sever 11.
Professor C. P. Parker, Chairman