Five hundred thirty fine students won University degrees yesterday in the last of the wartime October graduations. Of 199 graduating from the College, 184 became Bachelors of Arts and 15 became Bachelors of Science.
The University first issued autumn-time sheepskins in 1942, when the university went on its accelerated around-the-calendar schedule.
Of the six graduate schools announcing the award of degrees, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences lead the field, handing out 134 Master of Arts degrees, 51 Doctors of Philosophy, 11 Master of Arts in Teaching, 8 Masters of Science, 1 Master in Engineering Science, and 1 Adjunct in Arts.
The Graduate School of Engineering awarded 14 Master of Science degrees while, in the Graduate School of Education, 26 students were awarded the degree of Master of Education and one a Doctorate of Education.
Other schools graduating students included the Graduate School of Design, the Graduate School of Public Administration and the Law School.