My HBCU Stories
There are a lot of myths vs. reality about HBCUs:
HBCUs lack quality education and degree offerings, HBCUs are just party schools, HBCUs don't have the resources to support students adequately, and HBCUs don't prepare students for success. Let's pump the brakes on that dumb talk.
Please share your academic or social experience at your HBCU, your favorite class, hang-out joint, homecoming game, student center, on or off-campus party, and Greek show. If you pledged a fraternity or sorority, we want to hear about those stories too. The goal is to use your Story to promote and uplift the HBCU brand. Your HBCU prepared you for success, and now we want everyone to read about a real HBCU Experience.
KENNY E. LLOYD
@ TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY
Kenneth Earl Lloyd is known to everyone as “Kenny” has spent more than 15 years building multi-million-dollar empires as an executive and distributor for several major global network marketing companies.
@ SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY
When I was deciding on exactly what school I wanted to go to, I always knew I wanted to go to a HBCU, but I was trying everything in my power not to go to Savannah State.