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1900s

1902

Evening Law Institute graduates its first class of 21 students, 1902.

1903

  • Automobile School established, offering coeducational courses for owners, chauffeurs, machinists, and mechanics.

1904

  • Evening Polytechnic School, also known as the Lincoln Institute, is established to offer technical education.
  • Evening Preparatory School opens.
  • Evening Law Institute incorporated as the Evening School of Law of the Boston YMCA.

1907

1909

  • The Association Day School, providing college preparatory courses for boys, opens. It was renamed the Huntington School for Boys in 1913.
  • Cooperative Engineering School opens with eight students. The cooperative program, the second of its kind in the United States, was eventually adopted by all departments.