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Excerpt from The Home and Social Background of the Women Students at Samuel Huston College for Negroes During 1937-38
From the first the women students who lived in the col lege dormitory had some household tasks that they did under supervision. Most of the duties were changed each month so that each student received training in various types of housework. This plan is still carried on.
The Home Economics Department in 1933-54 was complete ly reorganized. New subjects were offered and new equip ment was added. A full four year program in home economics! Leading to a B. 8. Degree was adopted. In addition, pro vision was made for students in other departments to minor in home economics or to elect courses in this department.
Recent years have shown an increased interest in home economics by the students and their parents as a course to take in college. As a result, the Department of Home Economics is growing rapidly.
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