Hood College

Hood College is a co-educational liberal arts college located in Frederick, Maryland. The college serves 2,435 students, 1,487 of whom are undergraduates. Founded in 1893 as the Woman's College of Frederick, Hood transitioned to coeducation beginning in 1971 with the admission of male commuter students. The college became fully coeducational with the admission of male resident students in 2003.

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