HBCUs

 HBCUs

HBCU stands for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, which are institutions of higher education in the United States that were founded before 1964 with the primary mission of serving the Black community. Some well-known HBCUs include:

1. Howard University
2. Spelman College
3. Morehouse College
4. Hampton University
5. Fisk University
6. Tuskegee University
7. North Carolina A&T State University
8. Xavier University of Louisiana
9. Clark Atlanta University
10. Florida A&M University

There are currently over 100 HBCUs in the United States, which offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs. These institutions have played a significant role in the education of African Americans and have produced many notable alumni in various fields, including politics, business, entertainment, and sports.

11. Alabama State University
12. Bennett College
13. Bethune-Cookman University
14. Bowie State University
15. Central State University
16. Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
17. Claflin University
18. Delaware State University
19. Dillard University
20. Edward Waters College
21. Elizabeth City State University
22. Fayetteville State University
23. Fort Valley State University
24. Grambling State University
25. Harris-Stowe State University
26. Jackson State University
27. Johnson C. Smith University
28. Kentucky State University
29. Lane College
30. Langston University
31. Lincoln University (PA)
32. Lincoln University (MO)
33. Livingstone College
34. Mississippi Valley State University
35. Morgan State University
36. Morris College
37. Norfolk State University
38. North Carolina Central University
39. Oakwood University
40. Paine College
41. Philander Smith College
42. Prairie View A&M University
43. Rust College
44. Savannah State University
45. Shaw University
46. South Carolina State University
47. Southern University and A&M College
48. Southern University at New Orleans
49. Stillman College
50. Tennessee State University
51. Texas Southern University
52. Tougaloo College
53. University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
54. University of the District of Columbia
55. Virginia State University
56. Virginia Union University
57. Voorhees College
58. West Virginia State University
59. Wilberforce University
60. Winston-Salem State University

61. Alabama A&M University
62. Albany State University
63. Alcorn State University
64. Allen University
65. Arkansas Baptist College
66. Barber-Scotia College
67. Benedict College
68. Bluefield State College
69. Central State University (Ohio)
70. Cheney University of Pennsylvania
71. Concordia College Alabama
72. Coppin State University
73. Elizabeth City State University
74. Florida Memorial University
75. Fort Valley State University
76. Gadsden State Community College
77. Grambling State University
78. Hinds Community College
79. Huston-Tillotson University
80. Interdenominational Theological Center
81. Jarvis Christian College
82. Johnson University
83. Kentucky State University
84. Knoxville College
85. Lane College
86. LeMoyne-Owen College
87. Lincoln University (MO)
88. Lincoln University (PA)
89. Meharry Medical College
90. Miles College
91. Mississippi Valley State University
92. Morehouse School of Medicine
93. Morris Brown College
94. Norfolk State University
95. North Carolina A&T State University
96. Oakwood University
97. Paul Quinn College
98. Saint Augustine’s University
99. Saint Philip’s College
100. Selma University

These institutions continue to provide valuable opportunities for students of all backgrounds and contribute to the diversity and vibrancy of higher education in the United States.