Sojourner-Douglass College


Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: Maryland


PURPOSEThe purpose of the College is to provide a learning model which will aid students in increasing their capacity for self-development and self-expression- and will facilitate their engagements in effective social action as members of the world community.At Sojourner-Douglass College- we believe there are no sharp distinctions between living- learning- and working. Therefore- we approach the community as a learning laboratory where learning can be reconciled with action and study- a concept which reflects student growth throughsocial and academic utility. MISSION STATEMENTWithin the general goals of establishing an independent institution for historically by passed people- specific objectives have been designed to:1. Assist community people in the development of skills and mind sets necessary to gain control over social- political- and economic forces which shape their lives;2. Provide the climate and orientation necessary for applied research- leadership and community development; 3. Foster greater emphasis on self-fulfillment- self-renewal- personal liberty- self-awareness- self-learning- social justice- and self- determination; 4. Foster greater commitment to fundamental social change- diversity- and pluralism; and 5. Provide the student with the opportunity to improve the quality of life for him/herself and the community-at-large through the acquisition of knowledge- skills- resources and attitudes necessary for a variety of needs.

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Total Students: 1242
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500 N Caroline St
Baltimore Maryland 21205


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