Access HBCU: College Readiness

  The HBCU Foundation’s ACCESS HBCU College Readiness Program focuses on college preparation and early awareness for students grade 8 through 12 and their families, or guardians. Activities Students will develop a High School planning calendar to help guide their successful matriculation from high school to college Each student will undergo a Career Assessment and shall be […]


The HBCU Foundation’s Staff Training & Development Fund

  The HBCU Foundation’s Staff Training & Development Fund seeks to raise contributions in support of on-going foundation staff training, certification and professional development.  Your support will help The HBCU Foundation continue to build the capacity of our organization to serve our  communities. What is Professional Development? Professional development involves creating opportunities for staff to […]

Arts & Culture on Campus

HBCUs have nurtured and produced some of the most prolific artists, thought-leaders and  entrepreneurs of our time.   As a nation, we are close to reaching a collective understanding that all students benefit from the opportunity to learn about and experience the arts. Study of the arts in its many forms—whether as a stand-alone subject or integrated into the […]

The “Give One Up” Challenge

A dollar sure isn’t what it used to be, but with your participation in the Give One Up Challenge, we’ll put your hard-earned dollars to good use on behalf of HBCU Students. Beginning the first Tuesday in December, aka “Giving Tuesday”, we are asking everyone to commit to making a gift of $25, or $1 for every […]

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HBCU of the Month

  Congratulations to Hampton University, The HBCU Foundation’s June, 2017 HBCU of the Month!  Hampton University has long held a tradition of being one of the premier institutions of higher education in the world and has produced an exhaustive list of national and global influencers.  In the month following the campaign, and from proceeds raised, The […]

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