Minority-Serving Institutions of Higher Education: Serving Communities, Revitalizing the Nation
Posted by on September 14, 2009
The Office of University Partnerships (OUP) in the US Department of Housing and Urban Development announces the release of Minority-Serving Institutions of Higher Education: Serving Communities, Revitalizing the Nation. HUD regards minority-serving institutions as valuable partners in its efforts to empower local communities and the people who live there. OUP is proud to assist these colleges and universities in their endeavors and proud to share, through this publication, the inspiring stories of their many successes.
To download this publication electronically or to learn how to request hard copies, please visit the OUP website, http://www.oup.org, and select this publication from the “Recently Released” section on our index page. You can also directly download the PDF at http://www.oup.org/files/pubs/msireport2009.pdf
For additional resources about higher educational institutions as community assets, visit these pages on the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health website:
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