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Charles R. Drew
Mr Thomas T. Yoshikawa M.D.
The Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science has evolved and grown, shaped by the needs of the community it serves. Located in the Watts-Willowbrook section of South Los Angeles, the institution benefits from its location and the corresponding diversity and complexity of its patient population by creating an academic environment unlike any other. Through innovative basic science, the University conducts education, patient care and research programs.
Cheyney University
Mr Wallace C. Arnold
Major General Wallace C. Arnold recently assumed his position as interim president of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania. He brings to this position a wealth of leadership experience gained in the U.S. Army, private sector and higher education
Clafin University
Dr. Henry N. Tisdale
In its 2006 special edition, U. S. News and World Report on America’s Best Colleges and Universities ranked Claflin University in the Top Ten for the fifth consecutive year and in the Top Tier for the eighth consecutive year among Comprehensive Colleges in the South for students working towards bachelor’s degrees. In the same publication, Claflin was ranked the number one Best Value and finished among the top five with an impressive graduation rate. It should be noted that Claflin University is the only South Carolina institution in this classification ranked in the Top Ten.
Clark Atlanta University
Dr Walter D.Broadnax
Since its inception, Clark Atlanta University has maintained an earnest commitment to excellence. We have done so by continually establishing lofty goals - achieving them - and the beginning the process anew across the breadth of the institution. Over time this strategy has served us well, and we see no need to abandon that which has lifted us to the heights we now enjoy. So in that spirit, we have created another challenging, yet compelling benchmark with the "Building Institutional Prominence and Distinctiveness: Clark Atlanta University Strategic Plan 2005-2010." In this visionary document, we have drawn the design for a future of unparalleled accomplishment in higher education.
Clinton Junior
Dr Elaine Johnson Copeland
She began this appointment as acting President on June 1, 2001, and was appointed on March 7, 2002. Copeland is Associate Professor Emerita of Educational Psychology and former Associate Dean of the Graduate College/Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she taught counseling psychology courses in the Division of Counseling Psychology. Copeland has taught psychology courses and headed the Business department at Clinton Junior College where she encouraged her students to use the Internet as a powerful interactive resource in the study of psychology and Business. She also chaired the Self Study for Clinton College that eventually led to its candidacy for accreditation.
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Concordia
Mr Al Foster
Welcome to Concordia College Selma Concordia is a historically black, four-year, coeducational college, owned and operated by The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.
Coppin State College
Dr Stanley F. Battle
We take great pride in our mission and the success we have enjoyed fulfilling it. Among institutions in the University System of Maryland, we have the unique task of focusing on the needs and aspirations of the residents in inner city Baltimore. We also reach out into the surrounding community through cooperative programs with the Baltimore City Public Schools and area businesses.
Delaware State
Dr Allen L. SESSOMS
These are exciting times at Delaware State University. The University Is enjoying new levels of respect and distinction far beyond its boundaries of Delaware. At the core of this newfound enthusiasm are a dedicated faculty and staff committed to ensuring that each student receives unwavering attention assistance and support. The University emphasizes quality in all aspects of student life, including learning, living and leisure.
Dillard University
Dr Hughes
Dillard University is a private, historically black, faith based liberal arts institution. Dillard has as its purpose the development of graduates who are broadly educated, culturally aware, concerned with improving the human condition and able to meet the competitive demands of a global and technologically advanced society. To achieve this purpose, the university strives to create and maintain an academic climate that is conducive to the pursuit of scholarship through programs of excellence anchored in the liberal arts.
Edwards Waters College
Mr Oswald P.Bronson,Sr
As we look back to the future – back to traditional values (i.e., hard work, perseverance, respect for others, etc.) -- back to the concept of “in loco parentis” – back to the strength of our forefathers and mothers who after their liberation from human slavery found being imposed upon them a new kind of servitude – a slavery that was economic, political and social – back to a sense of pride and, back to being thankful to Almighty God who was our deliverer then and now. We look toward the exciting challenges of educating students for the current Millennium. We hold strong to the values of educational excellence and ethics which have sustained us since 1866. Here at Edward Waters College students learn to seize opportunities; indeed, the College offers a comprehensive array of academic programs, co-curricula activities and other vicarious experiences essential for success after graduation. We realize that no two students are alike. We appreciate each person’s unique sense of identify. And, we believe that Edward Waters College has its own sense of identity. Daring to be different – being proud to be unique – that’s what Edward Waters College is all about.
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Elizabeth City State
Dr Mickey L. Burnim
Currently, ECSU offers 37 undergraduate fields of study in the basic arts and sciences, and selected professional and pre-professional areas, and three master’s degree programs in elementary education, biology, and mathematics through four schools--the School of Arts and Humanities; the School of Business and Economics; the School of Education and Psychology; and the School of Mathematics, Science and Technology.
Fayetteville State University
Dr Lloyd V. Hackley (Interim Chancellor)
Fayetteville State University (FSU) was cited as one of 20 schools nationwide that create a campus culture that fosters student success. This list was compiled in order to identify diverse institutions that do a good job of educating students. The listing of colleges appeared in the August 29, 2005 edition of USA Today.
Fisk University
Dr Hazel O\'Leary
Extraordinary Future… • In proportion to enrollment, a greater percentage of Fisk graduates achieve the Ph.D. degree than the minority graduates of any other U.S. college or university. • According to a survey conducted by The Princeton Review of 100,000 students Fisk University was listed among the top 345 colleges in the nation. • Fisk is in the top 10 percent of colleges and universities nationally whose graduates go on to earn a Ph.D. in the sciences.
Florida Agriculutural and Mechanical (A&M)
Dr James Ammons
The campus is comprised of 131 buildings and has a current operating budget of over $210,000,000. Florida A&M University student enrollment population consists primarily of undergraduates (students enrolled at the lower division). The University offers 62 bachelor’s degrees in 103 majors/tracks. 36 master’s degrees with 56 majors/tracks are offered within eleven of the University’s 13 schools and colleges. Two professional degrees and eleven PhD degree programs are offered.
Florida Memorial College
Dr Albert E.Smith
The primary mission of any worthy institution of higher education is to produce graduates who understand that education is a lifelong endeavor. At Florida Memorial University, our goal is to foster the growth and development of our students so that they can achieve their greatest potential during college and in the following years. The University's motto: "Leadership, Character, and Service," embodies the spirit and purpose that is instilled in each student who attends this institution. We encourage graduates to succeed, become responsible and contributing citizens and utilize the faith we seek to instill in them while they attend Florida Memorial University. As the birthplace of "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing," Florida Memorial University has a rich historical heritage and understanding of the importance of education. The entire Florida Memorial University family-students, alumni, faculty, staff and community partners- are intent on producing tomorrow's leaders. Florida Memorial University is dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and truth, the free exchange of ideas, and the transmission and preservation of African-American history and heritage. Join us and become part of a winning team- a team that makes your success our goal.
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