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Encyclopedia > List of historically black colleges of the United States

This is a list of historically black colleges of the United States organized by states. Source: Presidential Commission on Historically Black Colleges



Alabama A&M University - Alabama State University - Bishop State Community College - Bishop/Carver Campus - Concordia College - Drake Technical College - Lawson State Community College - Gadsden State Community College - Valley Street Campus - Miles College - Oakwood College - Shelton State Community College - Fredd Campus - Stillman College - Talladega College - Trenholm State Tech. College - Tuskegee University


Arkansas Baptist College - Philander Smith College - University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff


Delaware State College

The District of Columbia

Howard University - University of the District of Columbia


Bethune-Cookman College - Edward Waters College - Florida A&M University - Florida Memorial College


Albany State College - Clark Atlanta University - Fort Valley State University - Morehouse College - Morris Brown College - Paine College - Savannah State College - Spelman College


Kentucky State University


Dillard University - Grambling State University - Southern University and A&M College - Southern University at New Orleans - Southern University at Shreveport - Xavier University (New Orleans)


Bowie State University - Coppin State College - Morgan State University - University of Maryland Eastern Shore


Lewis College of Business


Alcorn State University - Coahoma Junior College - Hinds Junior College - Utica Campus - Jackson State University - Mary Holmes College - Mississippi Valley State University - Rust College - Tougaloo College


Harris-Stowe State College - Lincoln University

North Carolina

Barber-Scotia College - Bennett College - Elizabeth City State University - Fayetteville State University - Johnson C. Smith University - Livingstone College - North Carolina A&T State University - North Carolina Central University - St. Augustine's College - Shaw University - Winston-Salem State University -


Central State University - Wilberforce University


Langston University


Cheyney University - Lincoln University

South Carolina

Allen University - Benedict College - Claflin College - Denmark Technical College - Morris College - South Carolina State University - Voorhees College


Fisk University - Knoxville College - Lane College - LeMoyne-Owen College - Tennessee State University


Bishop College (No longer exists)- Huston-Tillotson College - Jarvis Christian College - Paul Quinn College - Prairie View A&M University - Saint Philip's College - Southwestern Christian College - Texas College - Texas Southern University - Wiley College

U.S. Virgin Islands

University of the Virgin Islands


Hampton University - Norfolk State University - Saint Paul's College - Virginia State University - Virginia Union University

West Virginia

Bluefield State College - West Virginia State University

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In the United States, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) (a type of Minority Serving Institution or MSI) are colleges or universities that were established before 1964 with the intention of serving the African-American community.
There are more than 100 historically fl colleges in the United States, located almost exclusively in the southern and eastern states (four HBCUs are located in the midwestern states, two each in Missouri and Ohio; one is in the Virgin Islands).
Morehouse College and Spelman College have been described as the Harvard College and the Radcliffe College, respectively, of the historically fl higher-education institutions in the United States.
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