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Sojourner-Douglass College

Sojourner–Douglass College
Established 1972;  (1972)
Type Private school
President Charles Simmons, Ph.D.
Undergraduates Yes
Postgraduates Yes

Baltimore, Maryland, United States
39°17′39″N 76°35′59″W / 39.2941°N 76.5998°W / 39.2941; -76.5998Coordinates: 39°17′39″N 76°35′59″W / 39.2941°N 76.5998°W / 39.2941; -76.5998

Campus Urban (with satellite campuses in multiple cities)
Former names Homestead-Montebello Center (of Antioch University)
Affiliations Antioch University (1972–1980)

Sojourner–Douglass College is an American private college organized around an Afrocentric focus of study, located in Baltimore, Maryland.


Established in 1972 as the Homestead-Montebello Center of Antioch University,[1] the institution became an independent entity with a four-year program on July 1, 1980. The school was named in honor of African-American abolitionists Sojourner Truth and Frederick Douglass.


Charles Simmons, Ph.D., has been the institution's first and only president.


Fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools[2] and the Maryland Higher Education Commission, with programs geared toward adult learners, the institution offers bachelor's degrees in several subjects and a master's degree in applied social science.


Satellite campuses are located in other areas in Maryland (Annapolis, Cambridge, Salisbury, Owings Mills, and Lanham) as well as in Nassau, Bahamas.[3]

See also


External links

  •, the institution's official website
  • Sojourner–Douglass College on Google Street View

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