190 History of Wake Forest College
ing opportunity for the limited number who desired it to complete the
college course in three years of the regular session and three summer
terms, and for many doing graduate work, who far outnumbered those
doing like work in the regular session. In doing this, the summer term
has to some extent relieved the congestion of students in the regular
term, and enabled the College to do a wider service. Furthermore, the
College has profited greatly from the influence of the teachers trained
in the summer school; it has also profited much from the friendship of
the teachers other than members of the regular faculty, who have
taught in its sessions, men and women prominent in the public school
work of the State, superintendents of county and city schools,
principals, and members of other college faculties.
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