Nayo Carter-Gray ’99
Stepping Into Greatness: Nayo Carter-Gray, Class of 1999, shares her story.
Coppin State University’s Response to COVID-19
Coppin State University President Mickey Burnim delivers a message to the university community about COVID-19.
Coppin Announces Remote Learning for the Remainder of the Spring 2020 Semester
A Letter From The President
Ryan Turner ’18, An Advocate for Youth
Ryan Turner, Class of 2018, shares his story.
Enrollment Management Commitment to Serve You During this Difficult Period
The Division of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs' response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Homecoming 2020 Was a Success
A recap of Coppin State University's 2020 Homecoming.
Coppin Students Get Noticed
The Coppin Room student org recently went viral with a tribute to alums in a recent Instagram post.
Toni Morrison Spoke to Us and for Us
CSU Professor of English and Fulbright Scholar K. Zauditu-Selassie pens a compelling tribute to the late Toni Morrison.
Free Tax Return Preparation
Citizens in need of free tax preparation can use the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
Coppin State Awarded National Grant
Parlett L. Moore Library (Coppin State University) was named one of 59 libraries nationwide to receive a $2,000
Nonprofit Leadership Scholars Help Create A Magical Christmas for the Needy
It’s the holiday season, and families are buying trees to decorate, pulling out grandma’s sugar cookies recipe, and deciding whether to buy dad more socks or more tools — but not for all families.
CSU Alum Wins Leading Woman Award
The Daily Record selected Kisha McCray '04 to receive one of the 2019 Leading Women awards.
Coppin Announces Next President
The University System of Maryland Board of Regents has appointed Anthony Jenkins, Ph.D., as the next president of Coppin State University beginning May 26, 2020.
The Cuba Connection
Coppin faculty and students visit Cuba to study health and healing in a culture which focuses on universal health care and education.
A Campus Celebration, Honoring the 400th Anniversary of the Arrival of Blacks in Virginia & the Harlem Renaissance
Coppin State to Host A Campus Celebration, Honoring the 400th Anniversary of the 1619 Arrival of Blacks in Virginia and the 2019 Harlem Renaissance Centenary.
Joe Turner’s Come and Gone
The Coppin Repertory Theatre Presents Joe Turner’s Come and Gone playing December 6-9.
Award-Winning WBAL-TV Producer to Offer Career Strategies
Coppin State University welcomes special guest speaker Jerome Chester.
CBSS Fall Festival
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences hosted its inaugural CBSS Fall Festival in the Health and Human Services Building Quad.
Keeping Social Networking, Privacy Settings, and Mobile Apps Secure
Learn how to stay safe online by owning your security.
Da’Shauna Hall's Experience at Oxford University
Most college students spend their summer doing tasks around the house; taking classes; or grinding it out at a summer job. But for one Coppin Honors student, the summer was anything but ordinary.