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HOUSTON, TX
APRIL  2, 2022
Our mission is to provide scholarship and enrollment opportunities for high school students to attend HBCUs, as well as, job and internship opportunities for HBCU Juniors and Seniors.
Defining Black Excellence is
What We're All About
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The “My HBCU Story” digital library allows current HBCU students & alumni

to showcase their HBCU experience and success. 

 

Your HBCU prepared you for success, and now we want everyone to read about your HBCU Experience and highlight the impact HBCUs have on individuals, our communities & our country.

Click the names below to read about out current feature stories!

 

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Central State University

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Hampton University

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Tennessee State University

Savannah State University

What's your HBCU Experience?

HBCUs help us realize that we are all diverse in many ways, and when people read your story, they will see there is no limit to what one can accomplish. 

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COMING SOON 2023

HBCU Awards recognizes the positive impact of HBCUs on the African American culture in business, entertainment, and education.  The HBCU Awards will be a celebration filled with top musical performances, star power, and community uplift.  The HBCU Awards will recognize the accomplishments of HBCUs "Black Excellence" in twelve categories.  

 

HBCU Awards Categories (13): Best HBCU STEM Program, Best HBCU Performing Arts, Best HBCU Nursing/Medical Program, Best HBCU Business Program, Best HBCU Marching Band, Best HBCU Head Coach, Best HBCU Male Athlete, Best HBCU Female Athlete, Best HBCU of the Year, Best High School, Best Male Entertainer Of The Year, Best Female Entertainer Of The Year, and HBCU Inspiration Award.

HBCU Award Categories
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Today, there are 

107 HBCUs 

across the country.
Although they make up only three percent of the country's Colleges and Universities,
they enroll 10% of all African American students and produce almost 20% of all African American graduates. 
HBCUs HAVE PRODUCED...
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