One of the top historically black universities in the country, Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana is an academically rigorous, traditional liberal arts school with a highly impressive list of alumni.
The Dillard campus is comprised of historical buildings over a wide area. Well over 100 years old, Dillard offers a traditional esthetic in which to learn and study.
Academics at Dillard are divided into distinctive schools, including the College of General Studies and the College of Arts and Sciences, which offers degrees in the fine, liberal and performing arts, the natural and social sciences and humanities.
There is also a College of Professional Studies that offers, among others, a degree in Nursing and a College of Business.
Many Dillard students also participate in community service, study abroad and leadership activities.
Since Dillard students are so successful in their academic and co-curricular activities, many of them have gone on to graduate school at such places as Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Johns Hopkins.
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2601 Gentilly Boulevard
New Orleans, LA