Hudgins: Coppin’s next president must be a ‘transformative leader’

Coppin State University is again at a crossroad. Since 2003, six presidents have served Coppin State. Today, the university is left with an enrollment drop from nearly 4,000 to 2,700. Graduation rates hover below 30%, and concerns about the institution’s survival grow as campus morale plummets. As Coppin nears the completion of a search for a new president, rumors of merger and restructuring abound. (Balt. Sun)

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