Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States
This map contains the location of all four-year, historically Black colleges and universities in the United States.
College Guide for HBCU StudentsRead article
My Day as an HBCU Student
Follow Che’Mari Kent, an undergraduate student at Alabama State University, as she takes us through a day in her life on an HBCU campus.
Top 5 Myths About HBCUs
There are many misconceptions about HBCUs that are often untrue. Discover the top 5 myths about HBCUs and learn more about the reality of these institutions.
My Journey as an HBCU Grad Student
Learn about the journey of Brejai Washington, a graduate student at Johnson C. Smith University, as she discusses her grad school experience and tells us why she chose an HBCU.
Scholarships and Grants for HBCU Students
Find the funding you need to get to where you want to go. If you’re currently enrolled, or plan to enroll in an HBCU, discover ways to make school more affordable.Explore Scholarships and Grants
The Role and Legacy of HBCUs in Higher Education
HBCUs were established to provide avenues to higher ed for Black Americans. Today, these schools continue to offer critical support and guidance.
Advising and Supporting HBCU Students
There are many facets to advising and supporting college students. Learn from an expert how they approach advising HBCU students and set them up for success.
What Is the Financial Future of HBCUs?
Do the latest trends in HBCU funding offer promise for the future? Learn more about the financial history and potential financial future of HBCUs.
The College Athlete Experience at HBCUs
HBCUs have a rich athletic tradition. Learn more about the history and role of athletics at HBCUs and the challenges HBCU student-athletes face.