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CSU Transfer Wednesdays

Date: October 15th, 2014 - August 06th, 2015

Every week

Location: Office of Admissions, Miles Conor Admin Bldg, 1st Floor

Time: 08:30 - 18:00

Cost:N/A

Transfer Wednesdays at Coppin State University

Transfer students seeking admission can complete an application, bring all official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended and receive an admission decision on-the-spot! Now is the time to take action on your future.


CSU Student

Benefits:

  • Your application fee will be waived.
  • Get on-the-spot admission.
  • Get reviewed for scholarships.
  • Get you transfer credit evaluated.

Please remember to submit or bring official transcripts from all previously attended colleges in order for us to make any admissions decisions.

For more information, call the Office of Admissions at (410) 951-3600(410) 951-3600 or email Deborah Childs.

Happening Today, October 26th, 2014

A Lesson Before Dying

Date: October 23rd, 2014 - October 27th, 2014

Every day

Location: James Weldon Johnson Auditorium - at the North Avenue entrance to the campus

Cost: $15 General Admission; $10 Seniors/non-CSU Students; $5 CSU Students w/IDs; Group and student group rates available

Two young black men teach each other lessons of dignity and strength. Set in Louisiana in 1948, this play explores attitudes that could have come from Ferguson, Missouri, today.

Coppin Repertory Theatre presents Romulus Linney’s A Lesson Before Dying, based on the Oprah’s Book Club selected and Pulitzer Prize nominated novel by Ernest Gaines.  The production will run in the James Weldon Johnson Auditorium Thursday through Monday, October 23-27, with performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday and at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday.  The auditorium is at the 2500 W. North Avenue entrance to the campus, and parking is available adjacent to the building.

Jefferson, a young man incarcerated for a murder he did not commit, will soon lose his life and has already lost his self-respect.  Grant Wiggins, a young teacher, has most of his life ahead of him, but has already lost respect for the situation in which he lives.  As the play unfolds, these two young black men teach each other the lessons they need to meet their very different futures with dignity and with strength.  

Set in segregated Louisiana in 1948, this play explores racial perceptions and attitudes that could have been lifted from the newspapers of Ferguson, Missouri and elsewhere in the United States today.  This production is recommended for audience members who are at least 13 years of age.

General admission is $15 and only $10 for senior citizens and students from other schools.  Admission for Coppin students with fall, 2014, Coppin IDs is just $5.00.  For additional information, call 410 - 951-3366 or 410 - 951-3369.

Join us for this production and challenge yourself to respond to these lessons.   

A Lesson Before Dying

A Lesson Before Dying

Date: October 26th, 2014

Location: James Weldon Johnson Auditorium

Time: 15:00 - 18:00

Cost: General admission - $15; Senior citizens and students from other schools - $10; CSU students with fall, 2014, IDs - $5.00

Two young black men teach each other lessons and meet their different futures with dignity. Set in Louisiana in 1948, the play explores racial attitudes that seem lifted from today's news.

Coppin Repertory Theatre presents Romulus Linney’s A Lesson Before Dying, based on the Oprah’s Book Club selected and Pulitzer Prize nominated novel by Ernest Gaines.

Jefferson, a young man incarcerated for a murder he did not commit, will soon lose his life and has already lost his self-respect. Grant Wiggins, a young teacher, has most of his life ahead of him, but has already lost respect for the situation in which he lives. As the play unfolds, these two young black men teach each other the lessons they need to meet their very different futures with dignity and with strength.

Set in segregated Louisiana in 1948, this play explores racial perceptions and attitudes that could have been lifted from current newspapers in Ferguson, Missouri, and across the United States. This production is recommended for audience members who are at least 13 years of age.

The production will run in the James Weldon Johnson Auditorium Thursday through Monday, October 23-27, with performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday and at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. The auditorium is at the 2500 W. North Avenue entrance of the campus, and parking is available adjacent to the building.

General admission is $15 and only $10 for senior citizens and students from other schools. Admission for Coppin students with fall, 2014, Coppin IDs is just $5.00. Group rates are also available. For additional information, call 410 - 951-3366 or 410 - 951-3369.

Join us for this production and challenge yourself to respond to these lessons.

Coppin State @ NACAC National College Fair

Date: October 26th, 2014

Location: Philadelphia Convention Center

Time: 11:00 - 15:00

Cost: Student Registration Required

College Fair

Meet our admissions representative, Mrs. Deborah Childs, to learn more about our wonderful majors, admissions requirements, and scholarship opportunities. 

Students are encouraged to submit an official high school transcript and SAT/ ACT scores for priority admissions consideration and application fee waiver.

NACAC Student Registration 

1. Select the Philadelphia box.

2. Click "Register Now".

3. Complete the required fields.

4. Click "Submit".