Defining Black Excellence is
What We're All About
NBA's Chris Paul and HBCU Change
partner to raise $5 billion for HBCUs

NBA all-star Chris Paul is asking for your help to raise $5 billion for HBCUs over the next five years. This goal can be accomplished by donating spare change through the HBCU Change app.

 
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Education

HBCUs are clearing students’ account balances from the previous school year in recognition of the difficulties students and their families are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Business

Franchisee and Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Dr. Valerie Daniels-Carter is a proud graduate of Lincoln University of Missouri who knows that nurturing your passions can lead to big things.

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Entertainment

Tracee Ellis Ross, Robin Roberts and a list of other lively Black women were joining the esteemed Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., giving AKAs some new sorors of which to be proud.

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Our mission is to bring the HBCU College Day to Metro Area Public Schools systems in Alabama, North Carolina, and Georgia - giving direct access to high school students seeking higher education and HBCU Juniors and Seniors seeking internships and career opportunities.​

For almost two centuries, Historically Black Colleges and Universities have been educating students who go on to be successful alumni who are fully integrated in America's diverse workforce.


Emmy Award-winning television producer, Rushion McDonald, created the Hoodie Awards/Neighborhood Awards show to celebrate the stars of our community who uplift our neighborhoods. The HBCU Awards recognizes the positive impact of HBCUs, Institutions: churches, barbershops, and beauty salons, and Influencers on the African American culture in Business, Entertainment, and Education.

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Today, there are 

107 HBCUs 

across the country.
They enroll 20 percent of African American students, and despite constituting only 3 percent of four-year colleges in the country,
HBCUs have produced...

80%

 OF THE BLACK
JUDGES

50%

 OF THE BLACK LAWYERS

50%

 OF THE BLACK
DOCTORS

40%

 OF THE BLACK
ENGINEERS

40%

 OF THE BLACK MEMBERS OF CONGRESS

25%

 OF THE BLACK
STEM GRADUATES

13%

 OF THE BLACK
CEOs IN AMERICA
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