Length: 1 hr. 7 mins

This interview was videotaped February 20, 2004 for The History of African-Americans @ Johns Hopkins project, a web-based exhibition documenting the African-American experience at the University.

Hopkins First African-American Undergraduate

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Young Man Enters Hopkins on a Dare

In 1945, after asking if the University "accepts Negroes", Frederick Scott enrolled as a freshman, graduating four years later in Chemical Engineering.

He was also one of the founding members of the first interracial fraternity in Baltimore, whose membership included students from many of the area's higher-education institutions.