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"Students' Expenses and Aids"

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The Publication Office has prepared a new edition of "Students' Expenses and College Aids" which aims to answer the many letters received in regard to the expense of attending the University. The booklet considers the necessary College expenses, the institutions, as the dining halls, and loan libraries, tending to keep down the cost of living, scholarships, and the chances for employment during the college year and in summer. The report of the secretary for student employment shows that students of the University earned $107,711.96 during the year 1910-11.

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