Pacific Lutheran College .
9rows with the west
During the past four years three new buildings
campus. These include the $250,000 Me morial Gymnasium, Hall,
the $200,000 Science
Other construction includes the complete refurbishing of Old Main at a cost of $300,000, the completion of the library at d
cost of $100,00C.
Jnd a modern sewage
disposal plant at $50,000. With
Pacific Lutheran college has a modern, well equipped physical plant for the use of its student
extracurricular facilities are plentiful, library and study space is adequate, and living qual'ters are pleasant. Pacific Lutheran has kept pace in the post war era by improving and expanding its physical plant so that its students and faculty might have the best educational facilities possible.
Now Under Construction
construction, use STUDENT UN10N-1947
bu ild i ng,
� .. Chapel Will Be Ready for Use September, 1951
be avai labl e for the
of 1951. It is a combination stru c tu re which
l a rg e radio studio.
people and will have
16 by 24 foot stage.
and a recording room. A
terrace lounge above the
be used for receptions, teas and
art exhibits. On the
17 ind ividual
practice 1'00ms, seven studios for rnusic teachers, a
orchestra p i t
Iviusic facilities include
PROPOSED WOMEN'S DORMITORY
there are dressing rooms, work shops,
addition to the
72 feet high will permit the production
I n the basement below the stage
stage 36 feet deep, 72 feet wide and
of all types
certs, special gatherings and plays.
will serve many pUl'poses,
choir and chorus room, and a
r oo m, a
1001' a b ove the lounge there
wili be a small devotional chap el which will seat 75 persons.
Pacific Lutheran College S. C. Eastvold, Presidenl Parkland, WashingIon
trains for service
ART BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY CLASSICAL LANGU.AGES ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EDUCATION ENGLISH HISTORY MATHEMATICS MUSIC PHYSICA.L EDUCATION AND HEALTH PHYSICS PSYCHOLOGY SCIENCE (GENERAL) SOCIOLOGY SPEECH RELIGION PROFESSIONAL STUD'IES
EDUCATION MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY NURSING EDUCATION PARISH WORK PRE-DENTISTRY PRE-ENGI NEERI NG PRE-LAW PRE-MEDICINE PRE-THEOLOGY MINOR STUDIES
FRE CH GERMAN
GEOGRAPHY INDUSTRIAL ARTS NORWEGIAN PHI LOSO PHY SPN�ISH SWEDISH GRADUATE STUDIES
BACHELOR OF ARTS BACHELOR. OF ARTS IN EDUCATION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION
The Spacious Library Reading Room Is Conducive 10 Siudy and Research. Over 35,000 Volumes and 320 Periodicals Are Available for the Use of Students.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
In accordance with its general purpose, the college will admit as students men and women of good moral character and health who are gualified by previous train ing. The approval of an application is based upon a thorough study of the vari ous factors significant as criteria for suc cess in college. No arbitrary entrance reguirements are set up, but instead each applicant will be considered individually. Applicants will be notified of acceptance or rejection.
To aid worthy students who have at tained scholastic achievement, the college has enlarged its scholarship program. A number of $400 and $200 scholarships are available.
These are payable at the rate
of $100 and $50 per school year. Awards
records in such fields as music, athletics, able.
These are in the amount of $100
High school credentials and two recom mendations (blanks for which are furnished by the college) should be mailed to the office of the registrar.
and $50 per year for four years.
PART TIME WORK
of the registrar at the college.
The college aims to assist worthy and needy students by helping them to find employment either on the campus or in Parkland or Tacoma. Applications for em ployment hould be maGe � ithGf tht> Dean of Men or Dean of Women after the student has been accepted for ad mission.
these scholarships and awards is available hom high school counsellors or the office
Well Equipped and Well Lighted Laboralories Are a Feature of the Spacious New Science Hall.
Pacific Lutheran College extracurricular actiuities ATHLETICS
I NTERCOLLEGIATE INTRAMURAL
( MEN )
(WOMEN ) tvlUSIC
Football, Basketball, Base足 ba ll Trad, Tennis and Golf Are i h e I n i- e r collegiate Sports at the College.
CHOIR OF THE WEST CHORUS ORCHESTRA EI\lSEM BLES SPEECH
FORENSICS RADIO RELIGION
DAILY CHAPEL DAILY DEVOTIONS MISSION SOCIETY
Choir, Chorus, Band and Orchestra Combine for An足 nual Christmas Con cert
R a in i e
Nea rby Mt. Highlight e ach
Summer Session. Winter Ski Outings Are AI,o Held on the Sl ope s of the Mountain_
LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION LUTHERAN DAUGHTERS OF THE REFORMATION SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
STUDENT GOVERNMENT HONORARIES CLUBS SOCIETIES COLLEGE PAPER COLLEGE ANNUAL
Sp eech Team, S hown With Some of Their Troph ie s,
Compete in Local, Regional dnd National Tourna足 ments.
PARTIES BAN Q UETS
Give Stud"n!> T. ....ir:g . in All Phases of Oramatic Production.
Student, Publ i s h a Wee kly Newspaper and a Yearbook Giv in g Training in Writing, Makeup and Typography. The Printer Is Locat e d on the Campus.
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1951 SUMMER SESSION
First Term, June II to J uly 13.
Second Ter m , July 16 10 August 11. The deli g ' tfully cool summer climate of t he Puget Sound counh' y ideal for summer stud y . Nea rb y salt water beaches. lakes, moull tain sheams and parks afford excellent wee k e nd recreational oppor tunities. IS
1951-52 SCHOOL YEAR ANNOUNCEMENTS
Registration and Freshman Days, Sept. IOta 15. First Semester Classes Begin Monday, Sept. 11. Second Semester Begins Monday, J an u a ry 28.
ACCELERATE YOUR COLLEGE PROGRAM!
Enter Co llege in June. By entering college this June st u dent s may complete t h eir college
edu cat ion in three years. A total of 12 semester credit hours may be earr'led e ch summer session. The college school year officially begins M onday, June I I.
P ac i f i c Lut h eran C olle g e is accredited by the Northwest A sso c iation of Secondary and Higher Schools, The College is a member of the A s soc i a tion of A m e ric a n Colleges, the American Council on Education and the Na tional Lutheran Educational Conference. It is l isted by the American Medical Association as oHering acceptable affi l i ated training in medical techno lo g y.
It is accredited by the State Board of Edu cation as a Teacher Tr aining institution offer ing a com p le t e training program for prospec tive teache,'s in the e l e men t a ry and secondary schools.
Plea,ant Living Accomodation, Are Available in the Dormitorie"
HEALTH SERVICE The college o p e rate s a health service with an infirmary to provide m e dical care for the student body. A full-time registered nurse is in the employ of the college. Each student is g i ven a com pl et e physical e x a m ination at the time of registration in the fall. A, group in s uran c e plan protects stud�ni s i case of accident.
PleaS n1, mode rn d o rm i t o ry facilities fer men and women are ava ilabl e on the campus. Th er e are a lso rooms in private h o £:s within walking distance of the col l e g e available or the LJse of m e n stu d ents. Reservai ions for roems sho Id be m ad e 0 the Dean of Men or Dean of Women immediately afte r a student has been accepted for a d m i ssio n to the college.