Founded in 1900, Coppin State University (CSU) is a comprehensive Historically Black Institution (HBI) originally founded for teacher education.
Named in honor of fanny Jackson Coppin, an outstanding African American educator, Coppin has reaffirmed its dedication to excellence in teaching and student success. The Institution offers 53 academic programs: 32 baccalaureate, 11 masters, and 9 certificates programs, and one doctorate degree.
Coppin State University, a Historically Black Institution in a dynamic urban setting, serves a multi-generational student population and provides education opportunities while promoting lifelong learning. The university fosters leadership, social responsibility, civic and community engagement, cultural diversity and inclusion, and economic development.