Expanding footprints and seeking new markets

From Inside Higher Ed: “Paul Quinn College president Michael Sorrell made a surprising announcement at a recent event to celebrate the college’s 150th anniversary: leaders of the private Dallas institution are considering creating a satellite campus in California, with hopes to add more campuses in the future. The campus would be the first four-year historically Black college or university in California. … Paul Quinn isn’t the only HBCU making moves to branch out and create new campuses. Morgan State University got approval earlier this month to purchase a 59-acre property, a mile away from Morgan State’s main campus in East Baltimore, formerly the site of Lake Clifton High School.”

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