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Paul Quinn College
Dallas, United States - Texas



   

University description (as per official university website)

HISTORY OF PAUL QUINN COLLEGE

Paul Quinn College was founded by a small group of African Methodist Episcopal circuit-riding preachers in Austin, Texas in 1872. The College was later relocated to Waco and established as a modest one-building trade school at Eighth and Mary Streets, where the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railway Station now stands. Here, newly freed slaves were taught blacksmithing, carpentry, tanning and other skills.

As A.M.E. districts were developed throughout the South, funds became available for a larger school. Consequently, in 1881 two acres of the Garrison Plantation in East Waco were purchased. Later, twenty more acres were added. To construct the first building, a “Ten Cents a Brick” campaign was launched throughout the A.M.E. congregations, thus, pennies of the desperately poor people built the first solid monument to their dreams

In May 1882, Paul Quinn College, named for Bishop William Paul Quinn, A.M.E. Bishop of the Western States for almost thirty years, was chartered by the State of Texas. Today the College is the oldest liberal arts college for African Americans in the State of Texas. Taught by a faculty of five men and women, the curriculum, in the early days of the College, included: Mathematics, Music, Latin, Theology, English, Printing, Carpentry, Sewing and “Household, Kitchen, a Dining Room work.” The teaching facilities were indeed meager. In addition to the main brick building, there was one frame building for the kitchen and dining room, an office, and three shed rooms that served as dormitories for young men.

As the increasing need to serve and the value of Paul Quinn College became apparent, more buildings were erected on the campus. These buildings were made possible largely through contributions from interested patrons. Again, in 1950, Paul Quinn College experienced a great stage of physical expansion. A campus church, student union building, gymnasium and an administration building were all erected between 1950 and 1954. In addition, major renovations were made to other buildings on the campus.


Students

Paul Quinn College is a historically black college.
The student enrollment at Paul Quinn College was 567 in 2007 (515 full-time equivalent).
About 56% of the freshmen class in 2007 was male and women were 44% of the class.
Undergrads are 100% of enrolled students.
About 12% of freshmen are from countries other than the US. Students living in the US make up 88% of incoming freshmen.


FINANCIAL AID

Welcome to the Paul Quinn College Financial Aid Office. Paul Quinn College administers a comprehensive program of scholarships, grants, work programs, and loans. These programs include institutional scholarships and grants, federal, and state financial assistance programs, UNCF scholarships, and scholarships from external organizations. Our goal is to provide our students with prompt efficient processing and to provide helpful service and guidance.


GET READY FOR 2009-2010

If you have not applied for financial aid before, you may want to go to our webpage on How To Apply
Complete the 2009-2010 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS:

If you do not plan to attend classes at Paul Quinn College, or you will be receiving financial aid from another school, please contact the Financial Aid Office to decline the award/s you have been offered. You may only receive financial aid from one institution each semester.



Website:: http://www.pqc.edu/
Email: admissions@pqc.edu
Scholarships section: Scholarships website section
Scholarships email: finaid@pqc.edu






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