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Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have played a vital role in the education of African Americans since the mid-1800s. These institutions were established during a time when segregation and discrimination prevented black students from attending predominantly white institutions. HBCUs provided a safe and nurturing environment for black students to receive a quality education.
Today, HBCUs continue to provide a unique and valuable educational experience for students of all races. They offer a diverse range of academic programs and extracurricular activities, as well as a supportive community that fosters personal and professional growth. HBCUs also have a strong tradition of producing leaders in various fields, including politics, business, and the arts.
However, HBCUs face many challenges, including limited funding and resources, declining enrollment, and competition from other institutions. Supporting HBCUs is crucial to ensuring that they continue to provide a high-quality education to students and remain a vital part of the American educational landscape.
There are many ways to support HBCUs, including donating to scholarship funds, volunteering, and advocating for increased funding and resources. By supporting HBCUs, we can help ensure that they continue to provide a valuable educational experience for generations to come.
Kendrick T. Dunklin, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management
Larry Clark, Chancellor
Ronnie Jackson, Director
Mr. Courtney Smith, Director of Admissions and Recruiting
Brenda K. Williams, Registrar
John A. Brown, Registrar
Audra Hinton, Director of Enrollment Management
Tiffany M Burgess, Administrative Assistant I
Leslie Nelson Pollard, President and Chief Executive Officer