Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are known for their excellence in education and that doesn’t stop just because it’s the summertime. No matter what time of year it is, there is always something to do on an HBCU campus. Several HBCUs offer engaging and educational summer programs for high school and college students alike. Check out a few of the programs different HBCUs offer below and don’t miss the biggest event coming to HBCUs this summer, The Blackening HBCU Tour!

1Morehouse College

Morehouse College offers a variety of programs for elementary, middle, and high school students as well as pre-college and college programs. Through The Morehouse College Summer Academy, students are able to advance their studies and interests in subject areas in the humanities, sciences, arts, and technology fields. High school juniors and seniors can experience on-campus living and learning as they attend intellectually rigorous, college-style classes and gain skills and confidence as they prepare for their higher education. Each program offers a wide range of subjects that will engage and expand student interests, as well as deepen their knowledge and understanding of college life. In addition to the daily mini-core classes, students will participate in workshop sessions on topics such as SAT preparation, financial aid options, leadership, and career choices.

To learn more about the programs offered at the Morehouse College Summer Academy, click here.