An informational booklet produced for Freshman entering the University, circa 1950s

Freshmen students have required special counseling and orientation advice. FACTS FOR FRESHMEN, 1911-50 (41/3/802, .3), contains suggestions on planning a program of study, regulations and student services. Before 1928 the pamphlets included advice on housing, social behavior, earning a living, managing money and a description of student activities. Assistant Dean of Men for Freshmen and Foreign Students, 1922-55 (41/2/8, 10.3), includes correspondence with students concerning students' personal, financial, housing and health needs, academic work, discipline, fraternity and military affairs. The series includes files on foreign students, Phi Eta Sigma, Interfraternity Council and State Division of Rehabilitation work with handicapped students.