The Kokomo Morning Times from Kokomo, Indiana on August 17, 1965 · Page 32
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The Kokomo Morning Times from Kokomo, Indiana · Page 32

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Page 14 Back To School Edition BLOOMINGTON-IndJana University is expanding the academic programs, faculties and physical facilities at its regional campuses throughout the state In anticipation of increased enrollments this fall. Plans have been completed for the establishing of four- year programs leading to degrees in education and business at the South Bend and Northwest campuses of the University. It now will be possible by June of 1967 for students at these two campuses to win degrees in these fields of study. The newly developed plans are the result of the Indiana Legislature's action in providing funds for the expansion of the regional campuses of Indiana and Purdue universities. An expansion of the liberal arts program to include third and fourth year courses for majors in English, history and psychology also will go into effect this fall at the Northwest Campus in Gary and East Chicago. A new Associate of Arts Degree in Nursing program will be inaugurated this fall a t the Northwest Campus, enabling students to become registered nurses in two years. Plans are being formulated for the new nursing program to be offered at other I.U. regional campuses in the comparatively near future. T h e Kokomo Regional Campus this fall will be housed in a new $2 million building on a 24-acre site. Other physical plant expansion is planned for the Southeastern Campus in Jef- !U expanding regional campuses fersonville and the Northwest and South Bend Campuses. The enrollment. 1 ofi full-time students at Indiana University's eight regional campuses and centers is expected to show the largest percentage of increase in their history this fall. Last year there was an increase of 38 per cent in the fall enrollment of full-time students and the figure will go higher this fall, 'according to present indications. The 1964 total credit enrollment for the regional campuses and centers was 12,833, an Increase of 4.7 per cent over the previous fall semester. A comparable percentage increase is expected this fall. The credit enrollment figures are in addition to the large number of people enrolled in the various continuing education programs conducted on a noncredit basis. SPACE PROGRAM Aerospace Research Applications Center (ABAC) at Indiana University, established under a contract between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Indiana University Foundation, disseminates scientific and technical information generated by the nation's space exploration program. EDUCATION STUDIES Indiana University's Bureau o* Studies in Adult Education conducts 20 per cent of the adult education studies in the nation, the largest number of any university in the U.S., according io the Adult Education journal. TOUGHEST THING GOING!) I THE INCOMPARABLE BENCHWARMER WOOL, DENIM, TWILL, PLAIDS SOLIDS - LINED, UNLINED, REVERSIBLE! PRICES FROM S10.98 Noo/t 919 S. Main at Maryland OPEN EVES TILL 6:00 FRIDAY 'TIL 8-30 C O N V E N I E N T PARKING LU. RESIDENCE hall -- High above Indiana University's Bloomington campus, workmen add finishing touches to a new residence hall. Behind them are the two towers of Wendell L. Willkie Quadrangle for single students and in the far distance newly complete Tulip Tree Apartment house for married students. the Tit of children's shoes is so important we guarantee it! NA TIONALL Y FAMOUS STYLED FOR BOYS GIRLS 3" TO 4" INFANTS'SIZES 2 to 8 --2.99 We guarantee conscientious, proper fitting. Choose prime styles in Black, Brown, Red. Beige. Grey, or Whippet. Crafted in smooth leathers, suedes, patents, nylon velvets, glove leathers. Mary with Flexomcld construction with guaranteed sole wear. SIZES 8/2 to 3 N©BII;S KOKOMO MALL 4.99 SIZES av2 to 12, 12Vz to 3 B i C

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