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Sojourner Douglass College, MD

Baltimore's Sojourner-Douglass College was established in 1972 as the Homestead-Montobello Center of Antioch University, but became its own entity in the summer of 1980. This higher learning institution puts emphasis on enriching students' minds and lives, and it places a lot of importance on community.

Located right in the heart of Baltimore, S-DC offers degrees in a variety of fields that allow students to give back to their communities, such as social work, nursing and criminal justice. They also have master's programs and continuing education courses. The college is small, with barely more than 100 people in the freshman class, so students can enjoy small class sizes and individualized attention from their professors.

The college is around the corner from the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital, as well. Nursing students and those pursuing careers in social services may be able to find internships here. S-DC also advocates giving back to the community, and the close proximity to the hospital makes it easy for any interested students to volunteer. When students have some free time, they can head to Patterson Park a few blocks away to play a game with friends, take a walk or just relax amidst the trees.

The college does not offer any on campus student housing, so students will need to find an off campus apartment. Since S-DC is located in an urban area, there are plenty of options for student living. The campus is right in the Dunbar-Broadway neighborhood, which is a popular location for Baltimore's college students to find off campus housing. This neighborhood is full of restaurants, so students have plenty of choices when they want to grab a bite to eat between classes or need fuel for a study session.

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