MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Tour Day 1 – April 5th @10:00 am
#15 Morgan State University
1700 E Cold Spring Ln, Baltimore, MD 21251
Morgan State University, founded in 1867, is a Carnegie-classified doctoral research institution providing instruction to a multiethnic, multiracial, multinational student body and offering more than 125 academic programs leading to degrees from the baccalaureate to the doctorate. As Maryland’s Preeminent Public Urban Research University, Morgan fulfills its mission to address the needs and challenges of the modern urban environment through intense community-level study and pioneering solutions.
COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY
Tour Day 1 – April 5th @2:00 pm
#49 Coppin State University
2500 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 21216
Coppin State University, a Historically Black Institution in a dynamic urban setting, serves a multi-generational student population and provides education opportunities while promoting lifelong learning. The university fosters leadership, social responsibility, civic and community engagement, cultural diversity and inclusion, and economic development.
Mission Statement Review Process
The mission statement review process for Coppin State University included a series of town hall-style meetings that were open to students, faculty, staff, alumni, administrators, and other members of the campus community.
Tour Day 2 – April 6th @10:00 am
#2 Howard University
2400 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20059
Howard University, one of the nation’s leading research universities, is dedicated to educating students from diverse backgrounds at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. Guided by our extraordinary cadre of faculty, students are immersed in cutting-edge scholarship and innovation including nanotechnology, human genome research, atmospheric science, as well as the social sciences, arts and humanities.
UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Tour Day 2 – April 6th @2:00 pm
University of the Dist. Of Columbia
4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008
The University of the District of Columbia is historic and modern, all at the same time. Public higher education in the District is rooted in the school for “colored girls” that Myrtilla Miner founded in 1851 in Washington, D.C., which came to be called the Miner Normal School. Washington Normal School, a school for white girls established in 1873, was renamed Wilson Normal School in 1913, after James O. Wilson, Washington’s first superintendent of public schools.
Tour Day 3 – April 7th @10:00 am
#4 Hampton University
100 E Queen St, Hampton, VA 23669
Other universities simply teach history. Hampton University puts you right in the middle of it. Because, as you’ll soon discover, you’re not just a part of Hampton University – Hampton University is a part of you.
While our roots reach deep into the history of this nation and the African-American experience, our sights – like yours – are set squarely on the horizons of the global community of the 21st century.