Black Excellist: Top Ranked Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU)

Today’s featured presentation highlights the Top 10 Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU)

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CORRECTION: FAMU is the only *public* HBCU in Florida. The “public” distinction was inadvertently left out of the narration. Apologies to Bethune Cookman and the other private Florida HBCUs including Florida Memorial University and Edward Waters College. Thanks to all who caught this and clarified in the comments.

Historically black colleges and universities (also known as HBCUs) are institutions of higher education that primarily serving the African American community. While education and academic excellence are paramount to the HBCU experience, there are other unforgettable aspects that make black college life one of a kind: Unique social life, Marching bands, Greek life, exciting athletics, Black culture, Homecomings, and school spirit “out of this world”.

Music Credit: Title: “Life Is ” | | Artist: Cosimo Fogg 201
Info Sources: US News & World Report,
Published Date: December 2017

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  1. THE Dillard University, the first HBCU in Louisiana founded in 1869, will always be one of the top in my eyes, graduating more female physics majors than any other HBCU in the country.

  2. Thanks for this list. However, you mentioned that Florida A&M was the only HBCU in the state of
    Florida, but you omitted the other HBCUs in Florida – Bethune-Cookman University, Florida Memorial University and Edward Waters – all are private while FAMU is public.