Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's) are institutions of higher learning that were originally established to educate and serve African-Americans during the period of segregation. Many were founded because most predominately white institutions (PWI's) prevented blacks and other minorities from enrolling simply based on the color of their skin.

Overcoming these challenges and creating our own schools, proud HBCU institutions have produced brilliant scholars, global influencers, world-class athletes, renowned musicians, leading educators, medical professionals, talented artists, innovative scientists, political heavyweights, media giants and a host of other outstanding leaders in their field. Proud HBCU alums have impacted every facet of society.

Founded in 2017 by Tennessee State University alum Terrence G. Caldwell, HBCU Alum LLC spotlights these 100+ schools, their students, alumni, faculty/staff and supporters.  By focusing on HBCU achievements, we strive to spread the Black College experience and its culture to the masses! 

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