Catalogue, 1908

During the past year the already large group of buildings was increased by a neat, substantial infirmary building. It is located west of the college, built of brick, and is fireproof and sanitary in every respect. The dimensions are 40 x 70, consisting of three stories and a complete basement. A solid wall extending from basement to roof divides the building into two sections. The rear section is used for contagious diseases. The infirmary proper has four wards and three private rooms, while the contagious section has two wards and three private rooms. No expense has been spared to make the equipment perfect, and thus sick students are given the best care and attention.