Dean Watson and the seven House Masters will meet this morning with Dean Bundy to discuss proposals to allow members of the Class of 1959 to live outside University accommodations.
It is understood that a decision in favor of permitting students to live outside the Houses, or a rejection of the idea, will be reached today. For several months, two committees have studied the possibility of allowing students to live outside the Houses, in order to reduce the number of "forced commuters."
Bundy said yesterday that the group would try to reach a decision today, although he would not state whether or not he favored widespread exceptions to the rule which now requires students to live in College lodgings. The Dean of the Faculty said, however, that the recent poll of the junior class "strongly reinforced our belief that the House system is a great success."
The Administration has refused to make public the results of the poll which asked juniors whether they would prefer to live in non-College accommodations.
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