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Freshman Seminar 101 Section 003 February, 7, 2018
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COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY Purpose of the HBCU?
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COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY Coppin Timeline Coppin was founded in at what was then called Colored High School (later named Douglass High School) on Pennsylvania Avenue by the Baltimore City School Board 1900
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COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY Coppin Timeline The training program was expanded to a two- year Normal Department within the high school, and seven years later it was separated from the high school. 1902
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COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY Coppin Timeline The facility for teacher training was named Fanny Jackson Coppin Normal School. 1926
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COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY Coppin Timeline The curriculum was lengthened to four years The Bachelor of Science degree Name Change Normal School To Coppin Teachers College 1938
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COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY Coppin Timeline Coppin joins higher education system of Maryland under the State Dept of Education NAME CHANGE Coppin Teachers College to Coppin State Teachers College 1950
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COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY Coppin Timeline Coppin was officially renamed. . .
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