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A and M University
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University was founded in 1875. The university offers fully accredited academic programs and more than 70 undergraduate majors are available.
Alabama State University
Today, ASU enrolls 5,554 students in seven major groups of study. The academic offerings rang from an Associate degree to baccalaureate and master's degrees.
Alcorn State University
The oldest land grant predominantly black university in the U.S. The college is located in Mississippi and has a student enrollment of more than 3,000.
Bethune is a Methodist school that encourages and assists students in the development of broad-based general knowledge and in technical professional skills.
University of Pennsylvania
This university is the oldest and most northern of the HBCUs and has an enrollment of about 1,300 students.
This college is committed to serving the educational needs of students of diverse racial, national and socioeconomic backgrounds and has a student body of more than 5500.
Founded in 1891, Delaware State University is an accredited, liberal arts college located in Dover, DE. The University offers 89 major undergraduate fields of study and 11 master's degree programs.
A private, nonsectarian liberal arts and sciences undergraduate institution located in New Orleans.
Fisk was the first historically Black college to gain full accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges. The university now offers 18 undergraduate majors and five fields of study towards a master's.
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FAMU has nearly 11,000 students enrolled and, in 1992 and 1995, the university ranked number one nationwide in the recruitment of National Achievement Scholars.
FMC is a private, coeducational, 4-year liberal arts college that has a student enrollment of more than 1,600.
Chartered in 1867, Howard University is a private, research university located in Washington, DC. Today, approximately 10,500 students are enrolled in the university's nearly 200 areas of academic study.
LeMoyne Owen College
LeMoyne Owen is an independent liberal arts insittution, related to the United Church of Christ and theTennessee Baptist Misionary and Education Convention.
Lincoln University was founded by members of the 62nd and 65th U.S. Colored Infantry units in 1866. Located in Jefferson City, MO, the institution has a rich heritage of service to the state and the nation.
Morehouse confers bachelor's degrees on more Black men than any other private college or university in the U.S. The campus is in an urban area located 3 miles southwest of downtown Atlanta, GA.
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The second oldest public institution of higher education in Texas.
Morgan ranks first among all public colleges and universities nationally in the number of African American bachelor degree recipients who subsequently receive a doctoral degree at a U.S. university.
Shaw University is the oldest historically Black university in the South. Located in Raleigh, NC, the University was founded in 1865.
Carolina State University
A public, coeducational, land grant institution founded in 1896 with an enrollment of more than 5,000 students.
Money magazine ranked Spelman among the top 5 best college buys in the country for the fifth consecutive year.
A comprehensive, urban, land grant university which offers over 43 bachelor's degrees and 24 master's degrees.
Univerisity of the Virgin Islands
A public, coeducational, land grant institution with a total student enrollment of more than 3,000. The university has two campuses - St. Thomas and St. Croix.
Located in Denmark, SC, this college is a coeducational liberal arts school with an enrollment of approximately 800 students.