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The Florida agriculturist. [volume] (DeLand, Fla.) 1878-1911, January 17, 1906, Image 8

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r THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST
Our Educational Advantages 1kvan tages
SCIENCE HALl TIALUTHE HALlTHE HALLTHE
THE JOHW j B STETSON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYLincoln UNIVERSITYLincoln UNVEJ SITY SITYLincoln
Lincoln Hulley PhD President PresidentCHRISTIAN PresidentCHRISTIAN PresidentCHRISTIAN
CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES AT STETSON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYStetson UNIVERSITYStetson UNIVERSITYStetson
Stetson University is a Christian institution Its seal bears the mottoFor motto mottoFor mottoFor
For God and the Truth It was founded by Christian men and women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The dormitories are in charge of two honored ministers of the gospel gospelThe gospelThe gospelThe
The teachers are members of Christian churches churchesEvery chitrchesEvery churchesEvery
Every effort is made to promote a healthy moral and spiritual life lifeamong lifeamong lifeamong
among the students Parents sending their children childrenboys boys or girls girlsto girlstoStetson girlstoStetson to toStetson
Stetson may feel as safe about them as if they were under their own roof roofi
i Chapel Services ServicesThese These occur daily at845 in the morning and are areled areled areled
led by the President Attendance is required of all students in the Universi University ¬
ty These services are for divine worship only No one is ever invited to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct them Place is never given to lectures or to any anyone one to divert at attention attention attention ¬
tention from worship The students observe the quiet and order of divine divineservice divineservice divineservice
service The best hymnology of the Christian church is used
2 Bible Interpretation InterpretationAt At the chapel service daily the President Presidentgives Presidentgives Presidentgives
gives an interpretative reading of scripture without comment In this waylast way waylast waylast
last year the following books were read in their entirety to the whole wholestudent wholestudent wholestudent
student body and faculty The Gospel of Mark Proverbs Psalms James JamesAmos JamesAmos JamesAmos
Amos Esther the Acts of the Apostles 1st Corinthians Ecclesiastes the theGospel theGospel theGospel
Gospel of John and nd Ephesians
3 The Vesper Services ServicesThese These are held in the University auditorium auditoriumSunday auditoriumSunday auditoriumSunday
Sunday evening just before supper The citizens join with the students in inthis inthis inthis
this service and it is greatly prized During the present year the President Presidenthas President Presidenthas
has delivered the address each Sunday speaking on Character Building The TheInvestment TheInvestment TheInvestment
Investment of a Life The Temptations of College Students The Mastery Masteryof
of Self The Life of Christ c
4 The Christian Asociations AsociationsThere There are two such associations one onefor onefor onefor
for young women meeting Thursday afternoon and one for young men menmeeting menmeeting menmeeting
meeting Thursday evening These societies are wholly voluntary but the thestudents thestudents thestudents
students have taken them well in hand and have weekly soulstirring meetings meet meetings meetings ¬
ings Our ministerial students show their fidelity by their devotion to these thesemeetings thesemeetings thesemeetings
meetings They have the respect and love of the whole student body bodyS
5 Church Attendance AttendanceAll All subcollegiate boarding students under undertwentyone undertwentyone undertwentyone
church service and andSunday andSunday andSunday
attend
twentyone years of age are required to some
Sunday school on Sunday The University cooperates to this end with withevery withevery withevery
every church in town Parents and guardians are requested to select the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church their children or wards are to attend The work of the week is sus suspended suspended suspended ¬
pended on Sunday all through the University and the office buildings are areclosed areclosed areclosed
closed
6 The Prayer Circle Circ1eFor For two years there has existed at Stetson a atemporary atemporary atemporary
temporary loosely organized band of students who have formed a aprayer aprayer aprayer
prayer circle and conducted special meetings each winter seeking seekingthe
the spiritual welfare of their fellowstudents This movement movementhas movementhas movementhas
has been a source of great power in the lives of all In
1905 it was the instrument of a religious awakening
7 The Class Rooms RoonsThe The teachers at Stetson are areChristian areChristian areChristian
Christian men and women and have the utmost liberty libertyto < A Ato
to inculcate moral and religious truth Sectarian Sectariantenets Sectariantenets Sectariantenets
tenets have never been given The important importantfoundation importantfoundation iabj iabjfoundation
foundation principles of Ethics Theism and the theBible theBible theBible
Bible on which Christian men and women womeneverywhere womeneverywhere womeneverywhere
everywhere agree are taught taughtAFFILIATION taughtAFFILIATION taughtAFFILIATION
AFFILIATION WITH THE UNIVER UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY ¬
SITY OF CHICAGO CHICAGOIn
In the spring of 1898 the Stetson Col College College College ¬
lege of Liberal Arts entered into intoaffiliation intoaffiliation intoaffiliation
affiliation with the University of Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago In accordance with the terms termsof termsof termsof
of that arrangement the following followingrights followingrights followingrights
rights accrue to John B Stetson Un University University University ¬
iversity iversityi sl + py pyI
i Credits CreditsFull Full credit is given givenin f fin i iin
in either institution for work done donein donein I Iin
in the other This enables students studentsfrom studentsfrom studentsfrom
from the University of Chicago to toattend toattend toattend
attend Stetson in the winter term
EI
and receive their grades at the end in Chicago It also enables the theStetson theStetson theStetson
Stetson student to transfer his collegiate record to the books of the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University of Chicago and finish there
2 Degrees DegreesStudcnts Students who have taken their entire course at Stetson Stetsonup
up to the last term may finish the last term at Chicago and receive con conjointly conjuinty conjointly ¬
jointly their defineE degn e from both Stetson and Chicago Also all those who whogo whogo vhogo
go to Chicago for the summer following graduation from Stetson may re reciivt reedn receive
ciivt their degrees at the end of summer sun mer
3 Scholarships ScholarshipsIn In n virtue of this affiliation the University of Chicago Chicagooffers Chicagooffers Chicagooffers
offers annually to the graduates of Stetson three free tuition scholarships scholarshipsin
in the graduate schools each worth orth 120 These scholarships are a recog recognition recognition recognition ¬
nition of the fine quality of work done at Stetson University The University Universityof
of Chicago further gives to all instructors at John B Stetson University the theright theright theright
right of research and to take course at Chicago without charge
4 Interchanges InterchangesUnder Under the affiliation the two Universities arrangefor arrange arrangefor arrangefor
for an interchange of professors enabling Stetson professors to teach in inthe inthe
the University of Chicago and Chicago professors to teach at Stetson StetsonChicago StetsonChicago StetsonChicago
Chicago also agrees to furnish at cost the use of books and apparatus to toStetson toStetson toStetson
Stetson University and also to elect the President of Stetson to membership membershipin
in the University Council at Chicago ChicagoUNIVERSITY ChicagoUNIVERSITY ChicagoUNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND COURSES COURSESI
I The College of Liberal Arts ArtsI
I The Department of English Language and Literature
2 The Department of Latin Language and Literature
3 The Department of Greek Language and Literature
4 1 The Department of German Language and Literature
5 The Department of French Language and Literature
6 The Department of Spanish Language and Literature
7 The Department of Philosophy and Education
8 The Department of History and Political Science
9 The Department of Sociology and Economics EconomicsIo
10 The Department of Mathematics and Astronomy AstronomyII
II The Department of Physics and Mechanics
12 The Department of Chemistry
13 The Department of Biological Science
14 The Department of Geological Science ScienceIS
15 The Department of Public Speaking
16 The Department of Physical Culture and Athletics AthleticsII
II I I The College of Law LawIII LawIII LawIII
III The College of Technology TechnologyThe
The Department of Civil EngineeringThe Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering EngineeringThe
The Department of Electrical Engineering EngineeringThe
The Department of Chemical Engineering EngineeringIV
IV The Business College CollegeThe CollegeThe CollegeThe
The Bookkeeping Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe
The Banking CourseThe Course CourseThe CourseThe
The Shorthand Course CourseV
V The Preparatory Academy AcademyThe AcademyThe AcademyThe
The Classical Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe
The Latin Scientific Course CourseThe ConrseThe CourseThe
The Scientific Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe
The Literary CourseThe Course CourseThe CourseThe
The Elocution Course CourseThe CourseThe CourseThe
The Physical Culture Course CourseVI CourseVI CourseVI
VI The Normal School and Teachers College CollegeThe CollegeThe CollegeThe
The Teachers Review Course
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IZABETH HALL HALLMAIN MAIN BUILDING OF STETSON UNIVERSITY

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