what historcall black colleges are on the east coast??

leave what state they are in

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Barber-Scotia College, Concord, North Carolina

    Barber-Scotia College is a coed liberal arts school founded by the Presbyterian church in 1867. Today Barber-Scotia offers both bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees with the majority of students specializing in either the social sciences or business administration.

    Bennett College, Greensboro, North Carolina

    Founded as a coeducational school in 1873 in Greensboro and affiliated with the United Methodist church, Bennett College since 1926 has been a college devoted to the education of black women. To that end Bennett's past president, Dr. Gloria Randall Scott, established the Women's Leadership Institute and Center for African Women and Women of the African Diaspora.

    Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City, North Carolina

    With more than 2,000 students, Elizabeth City State University is a vibrant part of the University of North Carolina system. Established in 1891 for African Americans, today Elizabeth City State's students are increasingly multicultural and earn bachelor degrees in the arts and sciences as well as several professional and pre-professional areas. The University has a master's degree program in elementary education. Elizabeth City students may also earn master's degrees through cooperative programs with other institutions.

    Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina

    A coed liberal arts college founded in 1867 as The Howard School, Fayetteville State University is also a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina. Fayetteville State enjoys an administration for whom student development is a high priority. The Chancellor, Dr. T. J. Bryan, is the first African-American woman appointed to head a University of North Carolina institution.

    Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, North Carolina

    Originally organized by two Presbyterian ministers in 1867, the name of today's Johnson C. Smith University reflects the generosity of Mrs. Jane Berry Smith, who over her lifetime donated enough money to build eight of the college's buildings, in addition to funding a substantial endowment in memory of her late husband, Johnson C. Smith. The first mission of the school was to prepare men for the Presbyterian ministry, but the school became coeducational in 1942 and now grants bachelor's degrees primarily in liberal arts and business subjects.

    Livingstone College, Salisbury, North Carolina

    Livingstone College is a coed private college affiliated with the African Methodist Episcopal Zion church. Livingstone has been located in Salisbury, North Carolina since 1879 and offers bachelor of arts, bachelor of science and bachelor of social work degrees as well as degrees from the graduate school of theology known as Hood Theological Seminary. Livingstone combines a heritage rooted in the Christian faith, an emphasis on the contributions of African American culture, community service and modern technological expertise.

    North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, North Carolina

    With around 400 faculty members and over 6,000 students North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University is one of the nation's largest historically black universities. Originally North Carolina A & T was established in Raleigh in 1891, but moved to Greensboro two years later where it has remained for over 100 years. A & T students can certainly choose to specialize in agricultural or technical subjects, but the school also offers degree programs in everything from business management and home economics to landscape architecture, fine and applied arts and foreign languages.

    North Carolina Central University, Durham, North Carolina

    One of the sixteen senior institutions in the University of North Carolina system and the state's youngest historically black college, (founded in 1910), North Carolina Central University grants bachelor's degrees in multiple disciplines, and has 38 graduate and professional degrees, including the Juris Doctor degree from the School of Law. Central requires fifteen hours of community service from each student each semester, has a university honors program, an undergraduate research program, and has reorganized its undergraduate programs so that students develop proficiencies in the five areas of communications, mathematics and science, cultural foundations, arts and humanities, and personal and social development, in addition to pursuing course work in their chosen fields.

    St. Augustine's College, Raleigh, North Carolina

    St. Augustine's College, affectionately known as "St. Aug's," has been shaping the lives of young African Americans since 1867, when it opened its doors in Raleigh. A private college, St. Aug's is supported by the Episcopal church and the United ***** College Fund as well as being a member of the Association of Episcopal Colleges. The student body numbers about 1,900 full and part-time students, of which about fifty percent come to St. Aug's from out-of-state.

    Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina

    Known for its excellence in business education, Shaw University grants bachelor's and associate degrees to a student body of over 2,300. A private university, Shaw was founded in North Carolina's capital in 1865 at the end of the Civil War and is affiliated with the Baptist church. Whatever their major field of concentration, all Shaw students receive a solid grounding in both the humanities and the arts and sciences.

    Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

    Winston-Salem State University has lived by its motto Enter to Learn ... Depart to Serve for over 100 years since the school was founded in 1892. Today's student body can choose from courses in health sciences, business and economics, education, and the arts and sciences. Winston-Salem State also reaches out to the community with extension courses and lifelong learning services.

    East Coast

    University Name University City(State) University Type

    Albany State University Albany(GA) Public

    Allen University Columbia(SC) Private

    Barber-Scotia College Concord(NC) Private

    Benedict College Columbia(SC) Private

    Bennett College Greensboro(NC) Private

    Bethune-Cookman College Daytona Beach(FL) Private

    Bluefield State College Bluefield(WV) Public

    Bowie State University Bowie(MD) Public

    Central State University Wilberforce(OH) Public

    Cheyney University Cheyney(PA) Public

    Claflin University Orangeburg(SC) Private

    Clark Atlanta University Atlanta(GA) Private

    Clinton Junior College Rock Hill(SC) Community College

    Coppin State College Baltimore(MD) Public

    Delaware State University Dover(DE) Public

    Denmark Technical College Denmark(SC) Community College

    Edward Waters College Jacksonville(FL) Private

    Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City(NC) Public

    Fayetteville State University Fayetteville(NC) Public

    Fisk University Nashville(TN) Private

    Florida A&M University Tallahassee(FL) Public

    Florida Memorial College Miami(FL) Private

    Fort Valley State University Fort Valley(GA) Public

    Hampton University Hampton(VA) Private

    Howard University Washington, D.C. Private

    Interdenominational Theological Center Atlanta(GA) Private

    Johnson C. Smith University Charlotte(NC) Private

    Kentucky State University Frankfort(KY) Public

    Knoxville College Knoxville(TN) Private

    Lane College Jackson(TN) Private

    Lemoyne-Owen College Memphis(TN) Private

    Livingstone College Salisbury(NC) Private

    Medgar Evers College Brooklyn(NY) Public

    Meharry Medical College Nashville(TN) Private

    Morehouse College Atlanta(GA) Private

    Morehouse School of Medicine Atlanta(GA) Private

    Morgan State University Baltimore(MD) Public

    Morris Brown College Atlanta(GA) Private

    Morris College Sumter(SC) Private

    Norfolk State University Norfolk(VA) Public

    North Carolina A&T State University Greensboro(NC) Public

    North Carolina Central University Durham(NC) Public

    Paine College Augusta(GA) Private

    Saint Augustine's College Raleigh(NC) Private

    Saint Paul's College Lawrenceville(VA) Private

    Savannah State University Savannah(GA) Public

    Shaw University Raleigh(NC) Private

    Shorter College Rome(GA) Private

    South Carolina State University Orangeburg(SC) Public

    Spelman College Atlanta(GA) Private

    Tennessee State University Nashville(TN) Public

    University of Maryland - Eastern Shore Princess Anne(MD) Public

    University of the District of Columbia Washington, D.C. Public

    University of the Virgin Islands St. Thomas(VI)

    Virginia State University Petersburg(VA) Public

    Virginia Union University Richmond(VA) Private

    Voorhees College Denmark(SC) Private

    West Virginia State University Institute(WV) Public

    Winston-Salem State University Winston-Salem(NC) Public

  • 4 years ago

    a number of those colleges in the different solutions arent all that close to to the sea coast (or the sea for that remember) listed right here are some colleges that are interior some miles (fairly, they're) of a sea coast (or the sea): college of Massachusetts, Boston Southern Connecticut State college college of Bridgeport in Bridgeport CT Virginia Weslyen college Norfolk college (in Virginia) There are another colleges that are interior some miles of the sea coast, yet they arent worth naming because of the fact i dont think of they're good colleges.

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