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HBCU Students Gives Up Days of Spring Break for a Good Cause

Several students attending Atlanta Black colleges gave up days of their spring break to help register Ferguson voters instead.  Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse...

List of HBCUs by State

  ALABAMA HBCUs 1. Alabama A & M University 2. Alabama State University 3. Bishop State Community College 4. Gadsden State Community College 5. Concordia College-Selma 6. Miles College 7. Oakwood University 8....

Dianne Boardley Suber, Semifinalist for FAMU president drops out

The lone sitting president among six semifinalists for president at Florida A&M University, and the only one with strong ties to FAMU, has had...

Kentucky State bans smoking on campus

Kentucky State University is now smoke free across campus. The University Board of Regents has approved an anti-tobacco policy effective immediately that prohibits tobacco...

Louis Sullivan to Highlight WSSU Research Conference on Health Equity on April 18

Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and former president of Morehouse School of Medicine, will...

Hampton University Alumnus Named Rhodes Scholarship Finalist

Hampton University’s 2011 valedictorian and former Student Government Association President Jeffrey Eugene has been named a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarships. The Rhodes Scholarships are...

Dillard University gets $25 Million to Study, Correct Health Disparities

Dillard University has been awarded a $25 million federal grant -- the biggest in its history -- to expand its research of health-care disparities...

HBCU Alumni Association List

Interested in joining a Black college alumni association? Here's your complete guide to the national HBCU alumni associations.

HBCU Top 30 Under 30 2022

The 2022 class of HBCU Buzz’s HBCU Top 30 Under 30 is here! For the past eight years, we have been honoring the inspiring change-makers that HBCUs have produced and this year’s class is nothing short of HBCU greatness! We’re highlighting students who have been making strides in their fields and showing the world what HBCU grads can do. 

Meharry Medical College Hopes To Relieve Student Hardships With $10,000 Gifts

Looking to relive the financial burdens of students this holiday season, Meharry Medical College sent nearly 1,000 medical students $10,000. Check out the incredible...

Recent Donation For Scholarship Renews Commitment In HBCUs

College is expensive, but a renewed collaboration is bringing costs down for students to attend HBCUs! Read more information from The Seattle Medium...

Donate To HBCUs

Year-round, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUS) tend to be overlooked and underfunded. That can impact the ability for schools to hire adequate faculty,...

HBCU Top 30 Under 30 2019

An HBCU education is truly a privilege. It provides a priceless atmosphere for students of color to receive a solid education while instilling unapologetic...

UNCF and Mayor’s Masked Ball Raises $1.3 Million for HBCUs

The 35th Annual UNCF Atlanta Mayor’s Masked Ball, the inaugural for Florida A & M University alumnae Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, again exceeds the United...

HBCU Top 30 Under 30 2017

Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) produce more than a quarter of all African-American graduates in the country and are responsible for producing the...

HBCU Top 30 Under 30 2016

Since their inception in the early 1800s, historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have produced some of the finest and most celebrated African-American men...

Alpha Rho Alphas Hop In Viral Spelhouse Wedding Video

Spelhouse couple, Phil Walker and Annie Hudson's wedding video has taken the internet by storm. On Thursday, May 19th, 2016 a Youtube clip entitled,...

HBCU Top 30 Under 30 2015

Cabral Clements - Morehouse College Class of 2016 | Media Major/ Sports - Journalism Minor Clements is a senior at Morehouse College and upon graduation...