Caption: Student Regulations - Undergraduates - 1961
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Social W o r k
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mica—260c Bevier Hall M ret K. ( ear Jour m and ( mmunicationa — 119 Gregory Hall Arthur K. Strang I nd Industrial Relations ? • nith Sixth Street, Champaign \\ Iter H. Franke
1204 West Oregon Street. Urban a Marietta Stevenson, Director Teacher Placement—200 Gregory Hall J. Marlowe Slater
Student Churches, Religious Foundations
N e a r the campus are churches of all faiths, many of which have established 'nidations for student activities. Recognizing the spiritual nevds of Student away from home, the foundations have extensive programs of religious, social, nd ' activities.
The first church for college students was organized near the University ot
Illinois campus in 1906, and the campus religious foundation idea was horn here In 1913. Both of these ideas have now spread to college communities everywhere. Although intended primarily to serve their denominational memhers. the religious foundations extend a welcome to all students to join and participate in
rewarding to the individual and the communty.