In a segregated, post-civil war country, HBCUs provided black Americans with a quality education. Many well-known and respected artists, politicians, CEOs and political leaders are grads of these institutions.
Today these colleges are still some of the country’s top producers of black doctors, scientists and engineers and offer opportunities to a more diverse student body.
|3 tie.||Hampton University||3799||55%|
|5.||Xavier of Louisiana||2293||44%|
|7 tie.||Claflin University||2038||53%|
|North Carolina A&T University||10341||44%|
|9.||Florida A&M University||8024||N/A|
|10.||North Carolina Central University||6355||44%|