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Wilberforce University,

at Wilberforce, Ohio, near Xenia; African Methodist Episcopal; coeducational; chartered and opened 1856. Wilberforce provided one of the first opportunities for African Americans to pursue advanced academic training. In 1863 it absorbed Union Seminary (est. 1847). The university adopted a cooperative education program in 1964, whereby its students alternate periods of academic and professional work.
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For example, Wilberforce University, a private black college located in Ohio began its institutional life as a grand resort hotel, Tawawa Springs, used by southern planters and the female slaves whom they made their mistresses.
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Yvonne Walker-Taylor in 1984 as president of Wilberforce University, the first woman to hold that position at the nation's oldest private HBCU, was celebrated among women educators, who speculated that the doors to HBCU executive suites were finally opening.
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