Universities and colleges -- Admission
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of Archibald MacIntosh's papers pertaining to the history of Haverford College, including its expansion and admissions data, William Maul Measey's trust at Haverford College, and general information about William Maul Measey.
In the early years of Swarthmore College, applicants applied directly to the College President and the cost of attendance was $350 per year. In the 21st century, a separately staffed Admissions Office and an Office of Financial Aid exist to support these functions. This small collection, dating from 1869 to 2003, includes admissions blanks, lists of applicants, reports, and other materials that document Swarthmore's admissions and financial aid policies and procedures.