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Lemoyne-Owen College – 1968

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LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, Tennessee is a four-year liberal arts college with an  undergraduate program that is carried out through five academic divisions offering majors in 22 areas of study leading to the Bachelor of Arts, the Bachelor of Science or the Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in Business and Economic Development, Education, F »

University of Virgin Islands – 1962

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The University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) is uniquely multi-cultural, international, entrepreneurial and intellectually stimulating. UVI provides a vital and exciting environment for educating future leaders of the global 21st century community. Founded in 1962, UVI is a public, co-ed, Master’s II, land-grant university in the United States Virgin Islan »

Mississippi Valley State University – 1950

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Mississippi Valley State University is the youngest HBCU with award winning programs in environmental health, bioinformatics, automated identification systems and pre-law.   Founded in 1950, MVSU is a public university located in Itta Bena, in the Mississippi Delta.  For over 60 years, MVSU has built student-driven academic programs and activities geare »

Grambling State University – 1901

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Grambling State University (GSU), founded in 1901, is a comprehensive, four-year, historically-black, public institution located in Grambling, Louisiana. GSU currently offers 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including an honors college, two professional schools, a graduate school, and a Division of Continuing Education. The University is full »

Virginia Union – 1899

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Virginia Union University was founded in 1865 to give newly emancipated slaves an opportunity for education and advancement. The University is the result of the merger of four institutions: Richmond Theological Seminary, Wayland Seminary, Hartshorn Memorial College, and Storer College. Richmond Theological Seminary held classes in Richmond, Virginia at Lum »

Oakwood University – 1896

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Oakwood University, a historically Black Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher learning, provides quality Christian education that emphasizes academic excellence; promotes harmonious development of mind, body, and spirit; and prepares leaders in service for God and humanity. US News and World Report ranks it perennially among the nation’s “Best C »

Lane College – 1882

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Lane College, located in Jackson, Tennessee, is a small, private, co-educational institution of higher learning that provides a liberal arts curriculum leading to baccalaureate degrees in the Arts and Sciences. It was founded in 1882 by Bishop Isaac Lane, a former slave, and is the first four-year institution established by the Christian Methodist Episcopa »

Florida Memorial University – 1879

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Florida Memorial University, the only HBCU in South Florida, is the product of an institutional merger in 1941 between the Florida Baptist Institute, and the Florida Baptist Academy. It became Florida Memorial University (FMU) in December 2004, with 41 undergraduate degree programs, and graduate programs in education and business administration. It is fu »

Wiley College – 1873

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Wiley College, located in Marshall, Texas was founded in 1873 and is one of the oldest predominantly black colleges west of Mississippi River. Through the tradition of educational excellence and leadership, Wiley College became a pathway to scholarship, a vista of values, and bulwark of integrity. Wiley College is committed to providing students with a bro »

Morehouse College – 1867

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Founded in 1867 as the August Institute in Augusta, Georgia, Morehouse College is the nation’s largest liberal arts college for men. Named in honor of Henry Lyman Morehouse, the 66-acre campus is located three miles southwest of downtown Atlanta. Morehouse graduates approximately 500 students each year, historically conferring bachelor’s degrees on mor »

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