HBCU


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HBCU

abbr.
historically black college or university
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Being at an HBCU really helped me learn a lot about myself, gain confidence in myself and my abilities, let me know that there are people out there that care about me and my education.
The collaborative was inspired by discussions at the United Negro College Fund HBCU Innovation Summit held in October 2013, Lee says.
In addition to the HBCU CheckCards, Regions has a number of other specially branded CheckCards affiliated with colleges and universities of the Southeastern Conference.
It is no secret that I am a champion of America's historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
(6) According to Guy-Sheftall, the politics of respectability is still incredibly strong today on HBCU campuses.
Because of the NHPA, many structures and historic districts on HBCU campuses were recognized as significant and placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
While I do acknowledge the benefits of attending an HBCU because my older sister attended one, changes will never be made if we all stay in our comfort zones.
In addition, this study set out to determine if there were any significant differences in students' perceptions of bundled features across demographic variables (rural vis-a-vis HBCU, gender, grade level, cellular telephone brand, major, and age).
Beginning in September 2019, the NCNW 2019 HFE HBCU Tour will visit seven campuses in six cities to encourage college enrollment, academic excellence, and career preparation for students of all backgrounds.
Since taking the job, Holifield has barnstormed the nation, visiting 14 of the 19 states that have at least one HBCU. In the process, he has participated in conferences, convenings and brainstormed with college presidents and state officials on how best to hone the competitive advantages and spirit of these historic institutions that mostly emerged in the years following slavery.
This year's HCASC theme was "30 Years of Advancing Dreams." In 1989, Honda established Honda Campus All-Star Challenge to recognize and celebrate the academic talents of HBCU students as well as to provide personal development and experiential learning opportunities.