Mary Foust Residence Hall opened and was named for Mary Foust Armstrong: a member of the Class of 1920 and daughter of the College President Julius I. Foust. She died in childbirth in 1925.
The wooden bridge over Walker Avenue was replaced with a concrete bridge. This bridge remained until Walker Avenue was divided in 1950 by the construction of Jackson Library and Stone Building.
The Home Economics Building - now part of the Stone Building complex - opened.
Guilford Residence Hall opened and was named for Guilford County. It is the third building on campus named Guilford.
The Library Science program was established. It was the first such program in North Carolina.
College Avenue was paved.
Seniors were allowed four weekends away from campus each semester.