African-American Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History

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African-American Baccalaureate: Social Sciences & History


Social Sciences & History

AFRICAN-AMERICAN BACCALAUREATE

2005                                                 '03-'04
Rank   Institution                          State     Total

 1     GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY              Ga.       147
 2     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        Md.       178
         PARK
 3     ST. LEO UNIVERSITY                   Fla.       120
 4     SPELMAN COLLEGE                       Ga.       159
 5     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA          Fla.       145
 6     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                Fla.       107
 7     HOWARD UNIVERSITY                    D.C.        70
 8     FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY             Fla.       105
 9     CUNY HUNTER COLLEGE                  N.Y.        83
10     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                Ohio        95
11     FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY               Fla.       115
11     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK     N.J.        92
13     CUNY LEHMAN COLLEGE                  N.Y.        87
14     MERCY COLLEGE                        N.Y.       110
15     CUNY JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIM.       N.Y.        72
         JUSTICE
16     NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY              Va.        82
17     FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY        N.C.        78
18     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES    Calif.       72
19     UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA                Va.        88
20     MOREHOUSE COLLEGE                     Ga.        68
21     BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY                Md.        74
22     UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS               Ill.        54
23     UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN               Mich.       67
23     TEMPLE UNIVERSITY                     Pa.        41
25     STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY               N.Y.        78
26     MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY            Mich.       72
26     HAMPTON UNIVERSITY                    Va.        61
28     FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY          Fla.        43
29     UNIV. OF SOUTH CAROLINA              S.C.        49
30     NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY    N.C.        63
31     UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON             Wash.       31
32     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA   Calif.       59
33     CUNY QUEENS COLLEGE                  N.Y.        69
34     HARVARD UNIVERSITY                   Mass.       61
34     CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY           Ohio        44
36     NORTH CAROLINA STATE                 N.C.        57
         UNIV.-RALEIGH
36     LA. STATE UNIV./A&M/ HEBERT LAWS      La.        40
         CTR.
38     OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY               Va.        48
38     UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA            Ga.        41
38     CALIF. STATE UNIV.-DOMINGUEZ        Calif.       53
         HILLS
41     CUNY CITY COLLEGE                    N.Y.        50
41     VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY             Va.        37
41     UNIVERSITY OFTEXAS AT AUSTIN         Texas       44
41     MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY               Md.        52
41     EMORY UNIVERSITY                      Ga.        26
41     CHEYNEY UNIVERSITY OF                 Pa.        42
         PENNSYLVANIA
47     DUKE UNIVERSITY                      N.C.        49
47     UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE      Calif.       30
49     CUNY BROOKLYN COLLEGE                N.Y.        32
49     NEW YORK UNIVERSITY                  N.Y.        41
49     UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA            Pa.        42
49     UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA-CHARLOTTE    N.C.        47
49     VIRGINIA UNION UNIVERS11Y             Va.        27
49     UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA-CHAPEL       N.C.        66
         HILL

                                              Preliminary 2004-2005
2005
Rank   Institution                           Men      Women     Total

 1     GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY              53        135       188
 2     UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE        72        107       179
         PARK
 3     ST. LEO UNIVERSITY                    86         89       175
 4     SPELMAN COLLEGE                        0        157       157
 5     UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA           49        100       149
 6     UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA                 47         84       131
 7     HOWARD UNIVERSITY                     37         88       125
 8     FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY              57         64       121
 9     CUNY HUNTER COLLEGE                   28         88       116
10     OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY                 35         77       112
11     FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY                51         53       104
11     RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK      45         59       104
13     CUNY LEHMAN COLLEGE                   31         68        99
14     MERCY COLLEGE                         21         71        92
15     CUNY JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIM. 

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