Changes in the Quota for Women Students?

Larger Quota of Women Students?
Date: 
May 27, 1944

President Fred Pierce Corson reported to the Board of Trustees that the college would have a full enrollment of female students. However, he cautioned that increasing the number of women students would also increase costs for the college due to the need for new facilities and other additions. The college would lose money in the process unless it changed the quota policy for women. There is no indication in the minutes that this suggestion was accepted by the Board.

Location of Document in Archives: 
Board of Trustee Minutes May 27, 1944