Rob Hardy, a 1996 graduate of Florida A&M University, is a powerhouse film and television director, screenwriter and producer. Here, he reveals the wise words that inspired him to believe in his unlimited potential. Apparel Credit: Tradition

Keshia Knight Pulliam made the transition from well-known child actress to college co-ed at Atlanta’s Spelman College, where she would major in Sociology with a concentration in Film. After graduating with honors in 2001, she would portray the wife of Lance Gross on House of Payne. Here, she provides a bit of advice to current […]

Roxan is a senior at Spelman College, where she is preparing for a career in urban planning with hopes of improving the lives of low-income communities. Here, the Sociology major reveals the one gadget she can’t live (and study) without.  

A sophomore at Morehouse College, Johnny Jones is studying Kinesiology in hopes of becoming an athletic trainer and physical therapist, and also plans to start a non-profit organization in support of those living with Crohn’s Disease.

Entrepreneur Quad Webb Lunceford is a graduate of Tennessee State University where she earned a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. Today, she is a talk show host, philanthropist—and passionate about her alma mater. Here, the Big Blue alum explains the benefits of attending an HBCU.

A junior at Morehouse College, Jarrell Jordan was recently selected to serve as a White House Ambassador for HBCUs and Advisor for the White House HBCU Initiative. His dream is to become the first African American Governor of Alabama.  

When Khalil Simmons completes his studies at Morehouse College, he plans to use his real estate ambitions to develop urban communities. Here, the junior sociology major breaks down the important distinction between the rites of passage and parties that you’ll find on an HBCU campus.

Though Reginae Carter is the daughter of one of the most famous rappers in the game, the Clark Atlanta University freshman has proven that she is a singer and hip-hop artist in her own right. Here, the social media maven breaks down the ways that HBCU freshmen stay connected to their friends, family and followers […]