Coppin State University

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Location:   Baltimore
President: Sadie Gregory, Interim
Founded: 1900
Undergraduate Students: 3,451
Graduate Students: 855
Full-Time Faculty: 131  
Operating Budget: $75.7 million
For More Information: (410) 951-3000

Coppin State University is a historically black, four-year liberal arts university offering 23 undergraduate majors and 10 graduate-degree majors. Coppin comprises the Honors College, School of Professional Studies, School of Graduate Studies, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, and the Helene Fuld School of Nursing. A fully accredited urban, residential campus, the university serves Baltimore residents and students from around the world. Coppin has a unique mission, primarily focusing on the problems, needs, and aspirations of Baltimore City residents and those residing in the immediate metropolitan area.The university has received numerous information technology awards, including the 2006 Computerworld Mobile and Wireless World "Best Practices in Mobile and Wireless" Award for Innovation and Promise, and U.S. News & World Report recognition as #19 on the magazine’s list of top-50 colleges and universities nationwide with absolute wireless capability.