The U. S. College Graduate

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Appendix III
LIST OF COOPERATING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

ALABAMA
Alabama College
Alabama Polytechnic Institute
Athens College for Young Women
Birmingham Southern College
Howard College
Jones Law School
Judson College
Miles Memorial College
Selma University
Spring Hill College
State Teachers College( Florence)
State Teachers College ( Jacksonville)
State Teachers College ( Livingston)
State Teachers College ( Montgomery)
State Teachers College ( Troy)
Talladega College
Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute
University of Alabama

ARIZONA
Arizona State Teachers College ( Flagstaff)
Arizona State Teachers College ( Tempe)
University of Arizona

ARKANSAS
Agricultural and Mechanical College
Agricultural, Mechanical and Normal College
Arkansas College
Arkansas State Teachers College
College of the Ozarks
Harding College
Hendrix College
John Brown University
Ouachita College
Philander Smith College
St. John's Seminary
State Teachers College ( Henderson)
University of Arkansas

CALIFORNIA
The American University
Berkeley Baptist Divinity School
California Associated Colleges
California College of Arts & Crafts
California Institute of Technology
California Polytechnic School
Chapman College
Chico State College
Church Divinity School of the Pacific
College of Medical Evangelists
College of Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons
College of the Pacific
College of Physicians & Surgeons
Dominican College
Fresno State College
George Pepperdine College
Golden Gate College
Humboldt State College
Immaculate Heart College
La Verne College
Los Angeles School of Optometry
Loyola University of Los Angeles
McGeorge College of the Law
Mills College
Occidental College
Pacific School of Religion
Pacific Union College
Pacific Unitarian School for the Ministry
Pasadena College
Pomona College
St. Mary's College of California
San Diego State College
San Francisco College for Women
San Francisco State College
San Francisco Theological Seminary
San Jose State College
Santa Barbara State College
Scripps College
Southwestern University
Stanford University
University of California
University of Redlands
University of San Francisco
University of Santa Clara
University of Southern California
Whittier College

COLORADO
Adams State Teachers College
Colorado College
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State College of Agriculture & Mechanic Arts
Colorado State College of Education
Lamont School of Music
Regis College
University of Colorado
University of Denver
Western State College of Colorado
Westminster Law School

CONNECTICUT
Albertus Magnus College
Arnold College for Hygiene & Physical Education
Berkeley Divinity School
Connecticut College
Connecticut College of Pharmacy
Danbury State Teachers College
Hartford College of Law
Hartford Seminary Foundation
St. Joseph College
State Teachers College ( Willimantic)
Teachers College of Connecticut
Trinity College
U. S. Coast Guard Academy
University of Connecticut
Wesleyan University
Yale University

DELAWARE
American Theological Seminary & Wilmington Bible College
State College for Colored Students
University of Delaware

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