What Is the Value of HBCUs?

Hear Fred Mitchell and Maurice Jenkins of UNCF discuss the issue.

For most of America’s history, historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played a critical role in ensuring that African Americans—and students of all races—receive a quality education. And the 37-member HBCUs supported directly by UNCF carry on this proud legacy by offering first-rate educations, unique learning environments and strong alumni support. 

Hear UNCF's Fred Mitchell, Vice President, Development  and Maurice E. Jenkins, Jr., Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer, discuss the value of HBCUs on the Karen Hunter Show on SiriusXM Urban View on-demand.>> Hear the interview here

 Also read: 6 Reasons HBCUs Are More Important Than Ever, by Dr. Michael L. Lomax