THE publication OF THE CHARLOTTE COLLEGE
VOLTO® I liin.IBER 3
CKARLGTTE, N. C.
JMUARY 3, 1950
On this, the opening day of tho
VJinter Quarter, I should like to
extend greetings to the students
and to the faculty and v/ish for
each of you a highly successful
and joyous Nev/ Year#
Of the total enrollment of 545
for the fall nuarter of 1949, 76
are enrolled in the aduib education
\7hich carrios no collego
credit. Of tho 269 rof^ular col
lege students, approximately 34
During the past quarter the stu- per cent are veterans, 67 per cent
dent participation in the social are residcjnts of Chcirlotto, 14 por
activities of the college has been cent are rosidonts ofMocklonburg
gratifying. Some interest has beencounty, and 19 percent commute from
evidenced in the Collegiate Life neighboring tovms.
ani in the Yearbool:. The choral Although forty members ofContral's
group and the basketball team have graduating class, five of Karding's
had a beginning. There is need
for greater and more sustained
efforts on the part of our stu
dents in these various college
activities. A school snirit of
a ver:/ fine t^rpe is developing
and six of Te'‘chnical High School's
are enrolled in tho p:’osent fresh
man class, membership is not limi
ted to last year's graduate s.Grad
uates of former years onstituto an
almost e-'ual number, ofy;hich twenty-
and^i am particularly proud of it. six arc from Central, ,s,evon from
T!.ie*'Extra G-enerous Campaign ofthe
fall nuarter 'ras one expression
of this splendid interest on the
part of our students andfaculty.
As a result, the new grey am
red uniforms and the extra money
for equiprre nt and other expeaes
are tan.^ible evidence of your in
terest in the basketball team.
Let us i‘'Ut our shoulders to the
v/heel and make 1950 ai big year
for each of you and for tho col
THE DEAK’S LIST
To be listed on Dean’s List:
Student must take a full load of
throe subjDcts, 15 quarter hours
ofv;ork, and maintain at lea.st a B
A'^ams, Hugh Hp.ll
Caldi’iell, Donald Harrison
C amp, Le wi s F., Jr.
Cook, 11 artha Joan
Elliott, Haney Joycolynno
Fr ';oman, Nancy Lon or a
Cahagen, Rayrnori'd M,
Harbiss n, James A.
Howell, Mrs. Barbara Murphy
Howell, Paul A. Jr.
Kirby, Garland Richa.rd
Meek, Richard Terrell
I.Ii Ine r, Wi 11 i am Hami 11 on
Prim, VJilD-iam Sidney
Raxdall, Jo^an L.
Roichard, Carolyn Louiso
Senn, ¥/illiam 3., Jr.
Ward, Robert Paul, Jr.
Harding, and six from •'■echnical High
School. Ap-oroxl mately on seventh
of Technical High School's 19^19
graduation class is enrolled in
college this year. Of that croup,
tv.'O-thirds are in attendance in
Charlotte College, The presence
ofthe local college has made it
possible for many high school grad
uates to complete the first two
years of.college who otherwise
\70uld never have been able to at
tend. In tho first year of oper
ation of Charlotte College Center
more studdnts from Technical High
School were enrolled in the col
lege than ha.d attended colloges
elsewhere before in the entire
history of tho high school.
Students who have taken the full
load of 15 quarter hours of work
and maintained a.n average of '’A''
are as follovrs:
Ada.ms, Hugh Hall
Gahagen, Raymond TI,
Mi Ine r, IVi Hi am Hami 11 on
Sonn, nilliam E., Jr.
V/ard, Robert Paul, Jr.
Most of the college text books for the
v/inter quarter are available in the col
lege offico and should be purchased as
soon as possible.