Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/North Carolina, University of

NORTH CAROLINA, UNIVERSITY OF, a coeducational non-sectarian institution in Chapel Hill, N. C., founded in 1795; reported at the close of 1919: Professors and instructors, 105; students, 1,316; volumes in the library, 85,000; grounds and buildings valued at $290,000; benefactions, $1,000; income, $325,427; president, H. W. Chase, Ph. D.