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Enrolment Statistics

Staff for Resident Instruction, Research, and Extension

(Not including the business staff and office employes)

Resident Instruction1919-201921-221923-241924-251925-261926-27
Deans (also are Profs.)6  3  4  3  3  3  
Professors31  32  34  32  30  30  
Associate Professors9  12  12  15  13  12  
Assistant Professors0  11  10  14  20  20  
Instructors7  19  18  23  20  18  
Assistants12  11  19  15  14  13  
Student-Assistants11  6  9  15  13  13  
U. S. Army Officers4  7  8  8  9  9  
U. S. A. Non-Commis. Offics.4  7  5  4  5  5  
Affiliated & Part-time0  3  3  4  4  8  
Total84  111  122  133  131  131  
Experiment Station
Director1  1  1  1  1  1  
Professors(7) 7  (7) 7  (10) 10  (9) 9  (8) 11  (8) 11  
Associate Professors(3) 5  (3) 4  (1) 2  3  3  5  
Assistant Professors4  (1) 7  7  6  5  (2) 6  
Instructors(2) 5  (1) 2  (1) 4  4  (1) 7  (1) 8  
Assistants0  0  1  1  2  2  
Supervisors County Stas.8  8  8  8  8  8  
Total(12) 30  (12) 29  (12) 33  (9) 32  (9) 37  (11) 41  
Extension Division
Director1  1  1  1  1  1  
Professors(1) 5  (2) 5  (4) 7  (2) 4  (2) 5  (2) 5  
Associate Professors8  (3) 8  (3) 9  (5) 9  (5) 9  (7) 12  
Assistant Professors6  (1) 11  (1) 8  (4) 12  (3) 13  (2) 13  
Instructors1  (3) 4  (1) 7  (1) 6  (2) 7  (2) 6  
Assistants0  1  1  1  5  5  
District Farm Dem. Agts.5  4  5  5  3  4  
District Home Dem. Agts.3  3  3  3  2  2  
Dist. Fm. Dem. Agts. (col.)2  3  2  2  1  1  
Dist. Home Dem. Agts. (col.)1  1  1  1  1  1  
County Farm Dem. Agts53  66  68  64  68  71  
County Home Dem. Agts29  22  36  36  (1) 34  (1) 32  
Local Farm Dem. Agts. (col.)22  20  24  23  24  24  
Local Home Dem. Agts. (col.)7  7  7  6  6  6  
Total(1) 143  (9) 156  (9) 179  (12) 173  (13) 179  (14) 183  
 
Grand Total244  275  313  317  325  330  

( ) Numbers in parentheses are also included under another division, so indicate duplicates. These are omitted in the grand total. Many of the Resident Instruction group devote only a part of their time to teaching, the rest being given to Experiment Station or Extension Division service. In all but two cases the duplicates noted in the latter groups are for members of the Resident Instruction group who divide time with these groups.

Students by Curricula

Curriculum1919-201921-221923-241924-251925-261926-27
General Agriculture80  ……  ……  ……  ……  ……  
Agricultural Education42  43  60  62  71  84  
Agricultural Engineering3  ……  34  35  26  26  
Agronomy……  44  41  42  27  18  
Animal Husbandry……  47  32  26  17  16  
Dairy Husbandry……  10  16  16  17  13  
Horticulture5  20  30  28  19  17  
Home Economics……  ……  ……  ……  13  15  
Chemical Engineering46  44  43  44  43  44  
Civil Engineering79  82  96  137  152  142  
Electrical Engineering173  198  250  270  283  324  
Mechanical Engineering131  128  127  120  116  113  
Mining Engineering13  29  39  25  29  29  
Agricultural Economics……  ……  ……  1  5  2  
Business Administration……  ……  ……  84  139  181  
Commercial Engineering  ……  26  62  60  63  60  
Industrial Education……  37  35  20  8  ……  
Secretarial Training……  ……  ……  3  2  3  
General Science12  ……  ……  ……  ……  ……  
Biology12  14  15  21  22  27  
Chemistry9  20  11  16  14  18  
Geology2  6  7  5  3  5  
Metallurgy3  3  3  3  3  2  
Physics1  ……  ……  ……  ……  ……  
Pre-Dental……  ……  4  8  5  10  
Pre-Law……  ……  7  17  21  17  
Pre-Medical……  21  28  21  27  25  
Pre-Pharmacy……  ……  2  0  1  2  
2-year Agriculture92  76  ……  ……  ……  ……  
U.S. Veterans’s Bureau Spec. Agric.52  117  141  96  41  ……  
Special & Unclassified……  4  18  13  3  0  
Part-time Students……  6  9  18  18  13  
Totals755  975  1,110  1,191  1,188  1,206  

Students by Class Groups

Group1919-201921-221923-241924-251925-261926-27
Graduate Students18  29  31  42  42  47  
Seniors88  129  148  179  173  175  
Juniors82  140  176  156  160  224  
Sophomores162  187  213  229  318  291  
Freshmen247  287  375  460  438  462  
2d-year 2-year Agriculture18  35  ……  ……  ……  ……  
1st-year, 2-year Agriculture74  41  ……  ……  ……  ……  
Vet. Bur. & Unclassified66  127  167  125  57  7  
  Totals755  975  1,100  1,191  1,188  1,206  
Winter Short Course30  15  ……  21  17  18  
Summer Session……  141  228  177  226  184  
  Totals for Year785  1,131  1,338  1,339  1,431  1,408  

Note -- Where a blank occurs in the tables on this page the curriculum was not offered; and where a cipher appears the curriculum was offered but no students were registered in it.

Students by States and Countries

State or Country1919-201921-221923-241924-251925-261926-27
Alabama2  2  1  1  1  1  
California0  1  1  0  0  0  
Delaware0  0  0  0  2  2  
District of Columbia  2  7  7  7  5  7  
Florida0  1  2  1  2  2  
Georgia2  2  4  5  5  2  
Indiana0  0  2  1  0  1  
Iowa0  0  0  1  2  2  
Kansas0  0  0  0  1  1  
Kentucky5  2  5  11  6  4  
Louisiana0  0  0  2  0  2  
Maryland4  6  11  10  10  6  
Massachusetts0  3  2  1  1  0  
Michigan1  0  0  0  2  1  
Minnesota0  0  0  1  1  1  
Mississippi1  0  1  0  0  0  
Missouri0  0  0  0  1  2  
New Jersey2  1  2  5  3  3  
New York0  2  5  2  0  2  
North Carolina3  5  13  11  6  15  
Ohio0  1  0  3  7  6  
Oklahoma0  0  1  1  0  0  
Pennsylvania1  8  8  8  4  6  
South Carolina7  4  3  3  2  4  
Tennessee3  6  10  8  7  13  
Texas1  2  0  0  0  0  
West Virginia18  25  28  28  34  41  
Wisconsin0  1  0  0  0  0  
Canada0  0  1  0  0  0  
China0  2  3  1  1  1  
Colombia0  0  0  1  1  0  
France0  0  0  0  0  1  
Hawaii0  0  1  0  0  0  
Mexico0  4  2  0  0  0  
Panama0  0  0  0  1  0  
Philippine Islands0  0  0  0  1  1  
Porto Rico2  1  0  0  0  0  
VIRGINIA701  889  997  1,079  1,099  1,097  
Totals755  975  1,110  1,191  1,205  1,224  

 

Typical Annual Distribution of Virginia Students by Counties

    Typical Annual Distribution of Virginia Students

(The cities are included in the counties)

Graduates by Curricula

Curriculum1919-201921-221923-241924-251925-261926-27
General Agriculture21  ……  ……  ……  ……  ……  
Agricultural Education6  8  12  6  15  12  
Agricultural Engineering……  ……  9  13  4  3  
Agronomy……  5  2  7  11  5  
Animal Husbandry……  13  5  4  6  4  
Dairy Husbandry……  2  2  3  6  1  
Horticulture1  1  3  6  5  3  
Chemical Engineering8  10  7  7  3  6  
Civil Engineering9  13  8  18  13  19  
Electrical Engineering17  28  28  33  31  39  
Mechanical Engineering14  24  13  14  18  17  
Mining Engineering1  4  7  7  1  7  
Business Administration……  ……  ……  ……  ……  7  
Commercial Engineering  ……  ……  6  7  13  16  
Industrial Education……  4  7  4  2  1  
Secretarial Work……  ……  ……  ……  ……  1  
Biology0  2  0  5  2  3  
Chemistry2  2  3  4  2  4  
Geology0  0  1  1  0  1  
Metallurgy0  1  0  2  1  0  
Totals79  117  113  141  133  149  

Note—Where a blank occurs in this table the curriculum was not offered; and where a cipher appears the curriculum was offered but there was no graduate in it.

Graduate Degrees Conferred

Degree1919-201921-221923-241924-251925-261926-27
Master of Science3  8  9  6  6  9  
Chemical Engineer1  0  0  0  0  0  
Civil Engineer0  3  0  0  2  0  
Electrical Engineer2  3  2  2  4  3  
Mining Engineer (E. M.)0  0  0  0  1  0  
Mechanical Engineer1  3  0  2  2  2  
Totals7  17  11  10  15  14  

Extension Enrolment

 1925-261926-27
Farm Women as Demonstrators8,226  5,959  
Farmers as Demonstrators17,026  18,926  
Farm Women in Clubs2,077  3,796  
Farmers in Clubs8,012  7,846  
Boys in Agricultural Clubs7,384  7,388  
Girls in Home Economics Clubs8,442  8,128  
Boys and Girls in Summer Camp Courses2,500  2,056  
Leaders and Agents in Summer Camps……  307  
Institute and Conference Attendance178,300  186,988  

1919-1929 Reports

Early President's Reports were published in bulletins, with multiple reports in each bulletin. Note that the original spelling of many words (enrolment, remodelling, etc.) has been retained.

1930-1931 Report

Introduction

General Report of the President

Reports of

The Dean of the College

The Dean of Agriculture

The Dean of Engineering

The Chairman of the Summer Quarter

The Committee on Graduate Programs and Degrees

The Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station

The Director of the Engineering Experiment Station

The Director of the Agricultural Extension Division

The Director of the Engineering Extension Division

The Librarian

The Adviser to Women Students

The Health Officer

The Secretary of the Young Men’s Christian Association

Statistical Tables

Statistics of Enrolment and Graduation

Summary of Treasurer’s Reports

1929-1930 Report

Introduction

General Report of the President

Reports of

The Dean of the College

The Dean of Agriculture

The Dean of Engineering

The Chairman of the Summer Quarter

The Committee on Graduate Programs and Degrees

The Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station

The Director of the Engineering Experiment Station

The Director of the Agricultural Extension Division

The Director of the Engineering Extension Division

The Librarian

The Adviser to Women Students

The Health Officer

The Secretary of the Young Men’s Christian Association

Statistical Tables

Statistics of Enrolment and Graduation

Summary of Treasurer’s Reports

1927-1928, 1928-1929 Reports

Introduction

1927-1928 -- General Report

1928-1929 -- General Report

Appendix

Enrolment Statistics

Summary of Treasurer's Reports

1925-26, 1926-27 Reports

1925-1927 Introduction

1925-1926 -- General Report

1926-1927 -- General Report

Appendix

Appointments, Tenure, and Salaries

Vacations, Office Hours, Records, etc.

Enrolment Statistics

Summary of Treasurer's Reports

1919-1925 Reports

Index

Introduction

1919-1920 Report

Preliminary Statement

First General Report

Second General Report

Special Report on Instruction

Special Report on Organization

1920-1921—General Report For The Year

1921-1922—General Report For The Year

1922-1923—General Report For The Year

1923-1924—General Report For The Year

1924-1925—General Report For The Year

Enrolment Statistics

Summary of Treasurer's Reports