Plan Your Campus Visit
At Coppin State University, we stay committed to prioritizing the safety of our students, faculty, and staff. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented additional campus-wide safety protocol as part of our continued commitment to campus safety. Due to the pandemic, buildings are only accessible by a current Coppin EagleCard
COVID-19 protocol for campus visitors
If you are a visitor coming to campus without an appointment, please report to the James Weldon Johnson Auditorium box office. When you arrive at the box office, you will be greeted by a staff member ready with information on required campus COVID-19 protocols for all visitors, including:
- Wearing a face covering or mask
- Practicing social distancing (must be a least 6 feet away from each other)
- Practicing proper sanitization guidelines
All visitors must also complete a symptom assessment, before being cleared to go to your office or building of interest.
Visitor parking on campus
Visitor parking is available in lots B, C, F & H. Visitors can park in a designated visitor space and can purchase a daily visitor parking permit at one of the pay-station machines. Visitors must properly display the receipt on the front dash of the vehicle.
Visitor parking rates and enforcement
Visitor parking is $2.00 per hour and is payable by Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover, or exact currency (no change or refunds provided).
Visitor parking is enforced Monday-Friday from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm.
Local Baltimore-area attractions
Lovingly referred to as “Charm City”, Baltimore is home to the bustling Inner Harbor, world-renowned museums, concert venues, award-winning sports teams, and a whole lot of crabs with Old Bay seasoning.
With roots to the earliest days of our nation, Baltimore has become a historic, cultural, and industrious hotspot. You may not be able to enjoy everything in one trip, but in Baltimore, there’s so much more to come back for.
Baltimore hotspots at a glance:
- Inner Harbor
- National Aquarium
- Science Center
- Visionary Art Museum
- Baltimore Museum of Art
- Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Members of the Coppin community can take advantage of discounted rates at area hotels for business and personal travel. University rates for room bookings extend to Coppin faculty, staff, current students, guests, as well as prospective students and their families who are visiting the area.
Coppin does receive a small percentage of the reservation profits, and uses these funds to support university programs and initiatives. Coppin has established these hotel partnerships to benefit our Coppin community. However, the discounted rates are not any indication of an endorsement from Coppin State University.
Campus location and area transportation
The address for Coppin State University campus is:
2500 W. North Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21216
Coppin State University sits on 65 acres in the West Baltimore area, and is accessible by auto, local bus, and trains:
- Local bus, subway, light rail, MARC train (Maryland Transit Administration)
- Greyhound lines
- Peter Pan Bus lines
- Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) Thurgood Marshall Airport
- Ronald Reagan (DCA) National Airport (Washington DC)
- Dulles International (IAD) Airport (Chantilly, Virginia)
To help our Coppin community travel around campus, Coppin operates the Coppin Eagle Express Shuttle.