Yeshiva College, said to be the only liberal arts college under Jewish auspices in the country, will open its fall semester next month admitting properly qualified students of Jewish as well as non-Jewish faiths. Courses in Hebrew will grant college credit leading to the A.B. or B.S. degrees.
Among members of its student body are residents of seventeen States and Canada. Educational tests recently established the college scholastic average as among the highest in the country. A scientific quarterly, “Scripta Mathematica”, is issued by the college board and is devoted to Jewish and other Semitic studies. Application for admission studies. Application for admission should be forwarded to President B. Revel, Yeshiva College, Amsterdam Avenue and 186th St., New York City.
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