Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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In the years before 1962, YWCA would sponsor a foreign student to study at the University of Richmond. Its last scholar was a Muslim student from Turkey. In 1962, YWCA did not fund a foreign scholar to come to the United States but instead sent $500…

In 1963, it was made a requirement for degree seeking students of both Richmond and Westhampton College to take a full-year course in Bible. It is interesting to note that not all students enrolled in the university at that time were of the Christian…

This president report for the year 1963-1964 shows enrollment for all of the schools under the University of Richmond. It shows that University College had 1,924 students enrolled from 1963-1964.

This report talks about the success of the first year of University College and plans for expansion. The report highlights new courses that were offered in the evening, the expansion of the liberal arts department, and the graduate programs. In the…

The 1963-1964 report on University College details course enrollment, class size. The report shows that over 3,000 students were enrolled in evening class courses with Banking (AIB) having the highest enrollment level, courses which were partially…

This report introduces the new faculty members appointed to University College. Most of the new faculty were teaching business courses.

This report from 1964-1965 academic year shows enrollment numbers for the different schools at University of Richmond. This report also highlights the first year of the Junior College. University College had over 2,000 students enrolled and the…

This is the third report of University College which includes the Junior College. In the Junior College's first year it had 140 students while University College had over 4,000 students. The report includes information on summer classes, the number…

This is the first report on the Junior College of University College, and an overview on the development of University College. The Junior College began in September of 1964 with just 123 students. It was a two year daytime liberal arts college meant…

This report on University College highlights the faculty that were hired that year. It also includes the Dean of University College, Martin L. Shotzberger's involvement within the city.
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