Oct 13 2023

Coppin State University to Celebrate New College of Business Opening October 19, 2023

Coppin State University College of Business in Baltimore, MD

Coppin State University College of Business in Baltimore, MD

BALTIMORE – Coppin State University will hold a ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of its new $45.8 million College of Business building. After the ribbon cutting, the College of Business will host a Closing the Wealth Gap Summit, in partnership with the Charles Schwab Foundation and Schwab Advisor Services. 

  • What: Coppin State University College of Business Ribbon Cutting and Closing the Wealth Gap Summit 
  • Who:  
    • Anthony L. Jenkins, Ph.D., President, Coppin State University 
    • Pamela R. Wilks, Ph.D., Provost and VP of Academic Affairs,  
    • Coppin State University 
    • Sadie R. Gregory, Ph.D., Dean, College of Business 
    • Joshua E. Humbert, VP for Institutional Advancement 
    • Lisa Salvi, Managing Director, Schwab Advisor Services 
  • When:  Thursday, October 19, 2023
    • 11:00 a.m. Media Tour 
    • 12:00 p.m. Press Conference and Ribbon Cutting 
    • 1:00 p.m. Charles Schwab Community Wealth Center Ribbon Cutting 
  • Where:  Coppin State University College of Business View Campus Map (#16) 
    2500 W. North Avenue 
    Baltimore, MD 21216 
    (Corner of Warwick and North Avenues) 

Members of the press should call Director of Communications,  
Robyne McCullough at 410.951.6546 to RSVP by October 17, 2023, at 4 p.m.  

College of Business Fast Facts: 

  • Approximately 62,000 square feet  
  • Targeting LEED Silver-certification  
  • First new building at Coppin State since 2015  
  • Architects: Quinn Evans and Goody Clancy  
  • Construction: Barton Malow 


College of Business Features:

  • Center for Strategic Entrepreneurship
  • Charles Schwab Community Wealth Center
  • Entertainment production studio 
  • Entertainment industry laboratory
  • Trading Floor
  • Executive Conference Rooms
  • School of Graduate Studies
Media Contact
Robyne McCullough
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