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Cause Magazine • Special University Supplement


Located in the northwestern section of Washington, DC, 258 acres of the beautiful main campus overlooks downtown Washington. The White House, the Capitol, and all the cultural and historic institutions of the city are only minutes away. Many of the University's academic pro- grams are designed to make use of these institutions and to serve the needs of the immediate community as well as the entire Washington metropolitan area. Rich in cultural, sci- entific, educational, and business resources, the Washington metropolitan area itself acts as a stimulus to the intellect, the spirit,


the soul. Living in Washington is a unique learning experience. In addition to the main campus on Georgia Avenue, the University has a 22-acre West Campus on which the School of Law is located, a 22-acre School of Divinity campus and sup- port service facility in northeast Washington, a Continuing Education facility in Silver Spring, Maryland, and a 108-acre research facility in Beltsville, Maryland.


Howard’s notable alumni include: the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall; Nobel Laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison; civil rights leader and Wall St. executive Vernon Jordan; former mayor and United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young just to name a few. A list of Howard distinguished faculty members through the years reads like a “Who’s Who in Black America.” Among them: Ralph J. Bunche, Political Science; Charles R. Drew, Medicine; E. Franklin Frazier, Sociology; Alain J. Locke, Literature; Carter G. Woodson, History; and Lois Mailou Jones, Art. The Howard campus life is rich with opportunities for intel- lectual enrichment, social relationships and personal growth. Living within the campus community supplements classroom learning by providing an environment which allows students to learn the benefit of living independently and in harmony with others from diverse backgrounds and cultures.


include: Division I basketball, Division IAA football, volleyball, cross country, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and fields Indoor and outdoor), bowling, lacrosse, and more. Financial Aid


Howard University's financial aid program is designed to aid the maximum number of students. Every effort is made to assist students demonstrating merit and need through scholar- ships, loans, grants, and part-time employment. The amount of aid granted is determined by the availability of funds, the extent of the student's need, and his or her academic per- formance. Most financial aid awards are given for the aca- demic year and are divided equally between the two semes- ters. Undergraduate students seeking financial aid must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which can be obtained from the University's


Office of Financial Aid and Student Employment. Applications must be filed by February 15.


For more information about Howard University please go to www.howard.edu


For those interested in athletics, the Howard Bison varsity and intramural sports teams offer exciting action and a break from the books and computer screen. Nineteen varsity teams


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