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Ralph E. Heiges, College President
Dr. Ralph E. Heiges, who lived many years at the college while his
father was Dean of Instruction, graduated from Shippensburg in
1922. He returned here as Dean of Instruction in 1955 and was named
President of Shippensburg State College the following year. Since
1955 this college has effected a new plan for the division ofthe aca-
demic year. The new Term Plan, with three twelve-week terms, re-
places the two eighteen-week semesters. Dr. Heiges 'received his
B.A. degree from Ursinus College and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
from Columbia University. Dr. and Mrs. Heiges live in a beautiful
three-story brick house on the southwest corner of the campus.
The President's Residence is surrounded by beautiful shade trees and shrub-
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