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Special University Supplement • Cause Magazine Outstanding Catholic Schools, Colleges and Universities Howard University


“A Unique and Total Experience!”


With such a diverse student body, it comes as little surprise that life thrives on the Howard University Campus. Whatever your particular interest – culture, religion, sports, art, music, the- ater, politics – you will be assured of linking up with others who share it. Coming to Howard is about connecting – with the life of the mind, the heart of a tradition, and the soul of a people. In addition, coming to Howard means connecting with the future – with success in your education and your chosen career. Annual enrollment at Howard is approximately 11,000. About 9 percent of the students are from the Washington, DC area. About 75 percent are from other states and 11 percent are international students representing ninety-one countries and U.S. possessions; and 5 percent are international students who are permanent U.S. residents. The faculty-student ratio in a typ- ical semester is 1:7, so students get to know their teachers as indi- viduals. You can feel like you're not just another number.


To study at Howard University is choosing an institution


that is experienced, dynamic, and diverse – with a tradition of quality education since 1867 provided by the constant engage- ment of its faculty toward the students and their needs, and by its rich campus social and cultural life. Howard University is well known as one of the nation’s premier Historically Black College and Universities, but it is also a remarkable university, a truly international university, and one that has made significant contri- butions not only in the United States of America but also around the world. Howard often trains its students for global leadership roles in America and the world. It also provides opportunities for intellectual exploration, personal growth and preparation for the highest career aspirations.


Howard University is one of only 48 U.S. private,


Doctoral/Research-Extensive universities, comprising 12 schools and colleges with 10,500 students enjoying academic pursuits in more than 120 areas of study leading to undergrad- uate, graduate, and professional degrees. The University contin- ues to attract the nation’s top students and produces more on- campus African-American Ph.D.s than any other university in the world. Since 1998, the University has produced a Rhodes Scholar, A Truman Scholar, six Fulbright Scholars and nine Pickering Fellows.


Howard University consists of twelve schools and colleges: the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Schools of Business, Communications, Divinity, Education, Law, and Social Work, and the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Dentistry, Engineering, Architecture and Computer Sciences, Medicine, and Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Health Sciences. The University offers baccalaureate, master's, Doctor of


Dental Surgery, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Ministry, Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Social Work, and Juris Doctor degrees. It also offers undergradu- ate, post-master’s, and post-first-professional certificates.


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