Coppin State University

A model four-year urban residential liberal arts institution, Coppin State University offers programs in professional and pre-professional areas through its School of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, School of Graduate Studies, Helene Fuld School of Nursing, and School of Professional Studies. Program areas include biology, chemistry, mathematics and computer science, criminal justice and law enforcement, early childhood, elementary, special education, English, general science, global studies, history, interdisciplinary studies, management science and economics, nursing, applied psychology and rehabilitation services, social science, social work, sport management, and urban arts. Collaborative arrangements with other colleges and universities permit students to pursue majors in pharmacy, dentistry, and human services administration. Academic programs at Coppin are supported by wireless computer access and state-of-the-art facilities including two residence halls, Honors College housing with a research center, multiple computer labs and electronic classrooms, a university center, an expanded library, and a new dining and meeting facility. The health, physical education and recreation complex houses equipment and activities that support student development and encourage health & wellness.

2500 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21216

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Type of Institution: Public 4-year

Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 4,051
Male: 896    Female: 3,155
Full-time: 2,759    Part-time: 1,292

2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $3,527
Part-time Tuition cost per credit hour: $151
Mandatory fees (FT): $1,749
Mandatory fees (PT): $218 (plus an Auxiliary Construction Fee of $31 per credit hour)

Campus Housing:
Room: $4,463 double occupancy
Board: $2,352 - 2,676 per year

Degrees or Awards: Bachelor's, Master's, Certificates

Calendar: Semester, offering day, weekend, winter and summer classes

Entry Requirements: Must have 4 units of English; 3 units of social science and/or history; 3 units of science, including 2 laboratory experiences; 3 units of mathematics, including Algebra I, Algebra II, and geometry; and 2 units of foreign language or advanced technology. Average SAT for fall 2006 freshman: 850

Application Deadlines: Priority deadlines: Fall: June 15; Spring: December 15, with rolling admissions

Title IV Code: 002068