The first full-time undergraduate female students were admitted in 1963 when the Critical Languages Program (CLP)was introduced. This program enabled students from other colleges to spend one year in Princeton studying Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Persian, Russian, and Turkish languages and related regional studies.
When did Harvard allow female students?
The Harvard Graduate School of Education was the first to admit women in 1920. Harvard Medical School accepted its first female enrollees in 1945 — though a woman first applied almost 100 years earlier, in 1847.
What is the best non Ivy League college?
Here’s our list of the 10 best non-Ivy League Schools in the US. Read on to learn more about all of them!
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- Stanford University.
- University of Chicago.
- California Institute of Technology.
- Johns Hopkins University.
- Northwestern University.
- Duke University.
- Vanderbilt University.
Who was the first black person to graduate from Princeton?
A variation on this plan became a reality in 1982 when five residential colleges were organized for freshmen and sophomores. Wilson kept blacks out of Princeton, even as other ivy-league schools were accepting small numbers of blacks and Princeton did not have its first black graduate until 1948.