Letter from Sarah Johnson to Catharine Stimpson, July 14, 1971, page 2

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1 January (Early Decision: 15 October)

Freshman statistics’

The Class of 1974 represents 34 states
and 18 foreign countries; they number
480 students of whom 34 are foreign
citizens; 70% come from public
schools, 30% lrorn private schools; the
median CEEB scores are Verbal: 652
and Math' 625.

    
   
     
 
  

Program for Developing Students

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are provided as long as the student
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Barnard has 15,000 living alumnae,

 

  

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Financial Facts «

Endowment: Book Value $19,252,000;
Market Value $19,259,000 (as of June
30, 1970).

1970-71 Operating Budget: $7,972,000
(including Auxiliary Enterprises and
Student Aid).

1970-71 income: Student Fees $4,-
490,000: All Gifts and Grants $828,000;
All Endowment $837,000; Auxiliary En-
terprises $1,250,000; All Other $459,000.

1970-7'1 Expenditures: Educational
and General Expenses $5,394,000; Aux-
iliary Enterprises $1,537,000; Student
:’\Ed '£»i,O-11,000.

Calendar: 1970-1971

Freshman Orientation

Registration for Fall
Semester
Beginning 01 Classes
and Convocation
Winter Vacation
Registration for Spring
Semester
“+10. 3 Beginning of Classes
for Spring Semester
5. 4 Spring Vacation
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BARNARD (’.Cll'_‘L”:
1970-1971

— CALENDAR
FOR 1970-1971

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