Location: Baltimore
President: Maria Thompson
Founded: 1900
Undergraduate Students: 2,668
Graduate Students: 440
Operating Budget: $94.3 million
For More Information: 410.951.3000

Coppin students work alongside faculty to delve into scientific research in the Center for Organic Synthesis, Nanotechnology Lab, and the Biology Research Greenhouse to solve real-world problems.

Coppin State University (CSU), a historically black institution, is an urban liberal arts campus anchored in northwest Baltimore. Founded in 1900, Coppin State offers 31 majors, 12 graduate degree programs, and nine certificates with courses in nursing, business, criminal justice, social and behavioral sciences, education, and STEM-related disciplines. CSU provides flexible course schedules that include day, evening, weekend, and online classes.

Coppin State prepares students to be competitive in regional and global markets through its commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and community engagement. CSU produces analytical, socially responsible, lifelong learners.

The university recently opened a state-of-the-art Science and Technology Center that houses science-related disciplines, supports health sciences programs, and provides a technology-based learning environment in west Baltimore. Students conduct research crucial to their academic and professional careers.

Coppin State’s most recent academic offering is the Doctor of Nurse Practice (DNP) program, which continues the university’s tradition of preparing dedicated and committed health care professionals.