Homecoming at a historically black college or university (HBCU) is the time of the year when thousands of Black people unite back to what some call a “home away from home,” where students, alumni, family and friends join together in fellowship and harmony—showcasing money spent on new outfits for the entire festive week.
A HBCU Buzz poll on the Top 5 HBCU Homecomings counted nearly 45,000 votes by several supporters of Black colleges on their choice 2014 Homecoming. Here are the results:
The homecoming at Southern University is rank No. 2 with 9,506 votes (20 percent).Southern actually co-lead the Top 5 HBCU Homecomings poll with another HBCU for several weeks before N.C. A&T made a system crash with their popular homecoming a few weeks later.
The renowned homecoming at Howard just missed the Top 5 2014 Homecomings list coming in at No. 6 with 1,856 votes (4 percent). SpelHouse combined for 1,292 votes (2.84 percent) at the No. 8 spot, and Tuskegee University’s homecoming is rank No. 12 with 852 votes (1.87 percent).
The homecoming at Xavier University of Louisiana finished last with 0 votes.