Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/North Dakota Agricultural College

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NORTH DAKOTA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, an institution for the promotion of scientific studies, especially agriculture, founded in 1890 at Agricultural College, North Dakota. It is almost entirely supported by appropriations from the State. It has faculties of home economics, engineering, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, and literature and science. The total enrolment in 1915 was 910. The endowment of the college consists of a land grant valued in 1919 at $3,500,000. The annual income is about $250,000. The library contains approximately 30,000 volumes.