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Lewis College of Business

Lewis College of Business
Established 1928
Type Private, HBCU
Students 300
Location Detroit, Michigan,
United States
Website http://www.lewiscollege.edu/

Lewis College of Business is an unaccredited institution of higher education in Detroit, Michigan in the United States.[1] It is also the first historically black college in Michigan. Founded in 1928, it currently has about 300 students. It specializes in business-related topics.

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  1. ^ Marisa Schultz (2007-08-10). "Lewis College's future cloudy". The Detroit News. Retrieved 2007-08-10. 

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