Dartmouth College. Committee on Student Residence
As a result of a vote in October 1933 of the Trustees of Dartmouth College, the President appointed a committee to make regulations affecting all places of student residence including dormitories, fraternity houses, and off-campus rooms. Standards concerning square footage per person, light and sanitary provisions were among the issues addressed by the Committee. The Trustees’ vote also prohibited any student from rooming at any place which was not approved by the Committee on Student Residence.
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Overview In October 1933, the Trustees of Dartmouth College approved a committee appointed by President Hopkins to make regulations affecting all places of student residence. The records include meeting minutes, correspondence, memoranda, regulations and lists of available rooms and room assignments