Colleges and universities where African Americans constitute at lease 25 percent of studen

November 1997
Black Issues in Higher Education;11/13/97, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p26
Presents a listing of colleges and universities in the United States, in which African Americans constitute at least 25 percent of student enrollment.


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