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Statistical Data Pertaining to Princeton University


With the launch of our new website, we’ve been updating a lot of our online information. Here, Anna Rubin ’15 has updated our table of statistical data pertaining to Princeton University to reflect data from the past few decades. Click to enlarge the table.

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  1. […] The College began to expand and diversify its curriculum during the latter half of the 19th-century. President James McCosh (1868-1888) was the driving force behind this expansion and was the leading advocate of the name change. Under McCosh, the College established schools of science, philosophy, and art and began to offer advanced degrees. The College also expanded physically with Chancellor Green Library, Dickinson Hall, the Marquand Chapel, the School of Science Building, and several other buildings erected during the McCosh era. Similarly, the student body grew to over 600, with a corresponding increase in the size of the faculty. […]

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