Education: Numbers

According to figures prepared by Raymond Walters, Dean of Swarthmore College, published in School and Society, education journal, attendance in U. S. colleges in 1924-25 increased 8.5% over that in 1923-24. The University of California, with 15,580 students,* was ranked largest; Columbia, 11,621, second; The University of Illinois, 10,089, third; University of Minnesota, 9,417, fourth. Others in order were: Michigan 8,856 Texas 5,191 Ohio State 8,757 Syracuse 5,132 Wisconsin 7,643 Chicago 4,989 Pennsylvania 7,626 Pittsburgh 4,874 Harvard 7,035 Yale 4,731 New York U 6,889 Boston 4,302 Nebraska 5,777 Northwestern...

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