Location: Baltimore
President: Anthony L. Jenkins
Founded: 1900
Undergraduate Students: 1,845
Graduate Students: 256
For More Information: 410.951.3000

Coppin State University was named one of the nation's top 50 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by U.S. News & World Report, and was recognized for having top adult degree programs by Abound.College.

Founded in 1900, Coppin State University is a modern urban, comprehensive historically black institution. Located in the City of Baltimore, Coppin serves Baltimore residents as well as students from around the world and has a rich history of providing outstanding educational programs and outreach services to local communities. The vibrant and diverse academic community—offering programs in the arts and sciences, teacher education, business, social and behavioral sciences, nursing, and graduate studies—provides a high-quality education at an affordable cost.

Coppin offers 53 academic programs, including 32 bachelor’s degrees, 11 master’s programs, nine certificate programs, and one doctorate, and flexible course schedules include convenient day, evening, and weekend classes and distance learning courses