James B. Smith, Ph.D. ’97, Creating Business in the Desert
Executive Director of a non-profit sector.
Coppin State University’s Janel Harris Named College Representative of the Year
Janel Harris, a Coppin State University (CSU) admission counselor, was recently named Bernard Wynder College Representative of the Year for 2020 by the Baltimore CollegeBound Foundation.  
Natasha Wedderburn ’14, Has A Real Story to Tell
Natasha Wedderburn, she overcame the odds and achieved greatness.
Coppin State Virtual STEM Day
Middle and High School Students from Around the World to Compete in Science Trivia Competition, when Coppin State University Hosts STEM Day, August 28
Jennifer Pope, ’99, ’12 and ’16
Dr. Jennifer Pope, first to Receive All Three Degrees From CSU
Fall 2020 Course Information
Find out about on-campus courses and the schedule of classes for the fall 2020 semester.
Ashley Queen ’09 is the “Unboxed Scientist”
Ashley Queen , the Director of Microbiology and Public Health for the American Cleaning Institute.
Coppin State University’s Tenyo Pearl named among Maryland’s Top 100 Women Circle of Excellence 
Tenyo Pearl, director of Coppin State University’s Non-Profit Leadership Alliance, has been named to the Daily Record’s 2020 listing of Maryland’s Top 100 Women Circle of Excellence. 
Coppin State University has Been Awarded Nearly $1 million in Grant Funding in 2020
Coppin State University (CSU) has received a number of grants awards since January 2020, amounting to nearly $1 million.
Michelle Antoinette Nelson ’03: A Conversation with an Activist
Michelle A. Nelson, poet and advocate, is the founder and CEO of Brown and Healthy, a global health and wellness initiative formed out of the countless and traumatic police killings of Black people.
Andre Ian Roberts ’98, Keeps Reaching for the Gold
Andre Ian Roberts, The Olympian
Associate Professor, Dr. Leshell Hatley and her Team Awarded a 2020 NSF HBCU-UP Research Center Grant
Dr. Leshell Hatley, Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, and team receive the Historically Black Colleges and Universities - Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) award
Coppin State University to offer On-line New Student Orientation this Summer due to COVID-19
As a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, new Coppin State University (CSU) students will attend orientation on-line this summer starting on June 26.
The Thorntons, A Coppin Legacy Family
Mother-daughter alumni, Lisa Marie Thornton ’90 , Lauren Marie Angelety ’20 and Edna Marie Ennels Thornton ’66, share their story.
Keri Hickey, ’12, Is the Counseling Counsellor
Keri Hickey, Class of 2012, shares her story.
Meet the Class of 2020
The class of 2020 overcame challenges like never before. Here's a look into the resilience that five Coppin State graduates have shown and achievements they have earned.
Reflections from Spring ‘71
Alum Walter Douglass reminisces on his student experience in the 1970s after a picture of him and fellow university students was recreated by a group of Coppin State University students.
2020 Honors Program Graduates
The Honors Program congratulates its 2020 graduates.
Coppin State Fall 2020 Return to Campus Plan
Coppin State University (CSU) plans to welcome students back to campus for the fall semester in a hybrid capacity, combining in-person instruction with remote learning.
Coppin Welcomes Eighth President
A new era for Coppin State University (CSU) begins on May 26 with the start of President Dr. Anthony L. Jenkins.