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 […]

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An HBCU graduate muses on the importance of return.

School Name: Clark Atlanta University Location: Atlanta, Georgia Year Founded: 1988 Number of Students: 3,941 undergraduate/graduate students Specialty Programs: Mass Media and Fashion/Apparel Design Greek Life: • Sororities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Inc., Zeta Phi Beta Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho Inc. • Fraternities: Alpha Phi Alpha Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi Inc., Omega […]