May 11, 1933, page ?
Board Opposes Fees In the City Colleges
According to a report carried in Wednesday's New York Times, members of the Board of Higher Education are unanimous in their opposition to the proposal of Comptroller Berry that tuition be charged in t he three city colleges. The Times report quoted Honorable John G. Dyer, as saying that services rendered to the city, the state, and the nation by graduates of Hunter and City Colleges since 1847 have given ample return for the public money expended in their education.
As yet no decision has been rendered on the question of summer sessions in the colleges.