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This was a teaching institution founded in North Carolina as Scotia Seminary by the Presbyterian Church in 1867; its objective was to train black women to become teachers and social workers. In 1916, the school changed its name to Scotia College and later merged with Barber Memorial College to become Barber-Scotia in 1932. Thirteen years later, the institution was granting bachelor's degrees, and men were admitted in 1954.
Noted educator Mary McLeod Bethune ranks as one of Barber-Scotia's most famous alumni. She founded Bethune-Cookman College in 1904.
The college suspended operations after the 2004-2005 school year and enrolled no students in 2005-2006.
New administration is aggressively trying to regain accreditation.
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