First Scholastic Issue, 1866
This Institution, incorporated in 1842, enlarged in 1866, and fitted up with all the modern improvements,
affords accommodation to FIVE HUNDRED STUDENTS. Situated near the Michigan
Southern & Northern Indiana Railroad, it is of easy access from all parts of the United States.
Matriculation Fee §5.00
Board, Bed and Bedding, and Tuition, (Latin and Greek included) Washing and
Mending of Linens; Doctor's Fees and Medicine, and attendance in sickness,) per
Session of five months... 150 00
French, German. Italian, Spanish and Hebrew, each: 10 00
Instrumental Music 12 50
Use of piano - 10 00
Use of Violin 2 50
Drawing 10 00
Painting 20 00
Use of Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus 5 00
Graduation Fee: 10 00
Students who spend their Summer Vacation at the College arc charged, extra 35 00
PAYMEN'TS TO BE MADE INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
CLASS-BOOKS, stationary, ETC., FURNISHED AT CURRENT PRICES.
The First Session opened on Tuesday last. The Second Session opens on the 1st of February.
For further particulars address
REV. W. CORBY, CSC President.