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HBCU Freshman Bible

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We created the #HBCUFreshmanBible to help build a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to black colleges. The following stories and posts will give you answers to frequently asked questions. Here you will find information on how to navigate the black college experience in the fall.

The HBCU Buzz leadership and staff consists of mostly recent HBCU graduates from diverse educational backgrounds within the HBCU Community, and we share our own unique and individual black college experiences, which is used in the #HBCUFreshmanBible below.

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