Newark Institute of Arts and Sciences

Incorporated May, 1910

Third Floor, North Prudential Building



From: Social Services Directory of Newark 1912

Organized to study literature, history, science, art, commerce, and industry and to provide increased facilities and opportunities for such study in New Jersey; to co-operate with educational authorities, institutions, and organizations in extending and supplementing the educational work carried on by them by offering in Newark the advantages of higher education to those who are unable to avail themselves of college or university. New York University credits work done by students of the Newark Institute under the professors of that University. Session begin Monday, October 3rd. Cost of each 30-hour course, $10.00 per person, each 60-hour course, $20.00 per person.