HBCU's Founded at F.B.C.C.
2601 Gentilly Boulevard
New Orleans, Louisiana 70122-3097
Dillard University is committed to the development of liberally educated graduates who can meet the challenges of a highly technological world and who can contribute to the improvement of the quality of human condition. Its faculty and students are earnestly engaged in preparation for careers in more than 30 major programs. In addition, its students and faculty are involved in civic and social service activities through volunteering and student internships.
1000 17th Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37208-3051
(615) 329-8500 * 800-433-FISK
Fisk awards the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees and also has graduate programs in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Sociology, and Psychology. The first of the historically black colleges to have a chapter of Phi Beta Kapa. Fisk has a tradition of academic achievement. Jubilee Hall on the Fisk campus was the first permanent building for the higher education of Blacks in the South and in 1976 was designated a National Landmark.
900 Chicon Street
Austin, Texas 78702
Houston-Tillotson College, the oldest institution of higher education in Austin prepares students in a multiracial and multicultural setting for responsible citizenship and the challenges of the 21st century. Undergraduate's degrees are awarded in 15 fields. Programs include chemistry, teacher education, sociology, biology, mass communication, computer science, and African-American studies. Internship, cooperative education, and Multicultural Honors programs complement classroom learning.
807 Walker Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38126
(901) 774-9090 * 800-737-7778
Located 10 minutes from downtown Memphis, LeMoyne-Owen offers the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science degrees. With 19 major fields of study, the college has particular strengths in Biology, Computer Science, Teacher Education, Social Work, English, Political Science, and Business Administration. A new Core Curriculum provides each student with an integrated approach to the liberal arts and sciences.
627 West Battle Street
Talladega, Alabama 35160
Talladega College, offering the Bachelor of Arts degree, takes pride in the high percentage of graduates who successfully pursue advanced degrees, especially doctorates in science. Talladega has been cited for awards in research, its quality Self-Study and innovative curriculum complemented with linkages at Los Alamos an AT&T Bell Laboratories. A special feature of this liberal arts institution is its multicultural faculty who have close relations with students and instill understanding of all cultures, races and religions.
500 County Line Road
Tougaloo, Mississippi 39174
Awarding the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees as well as the Associate degree, Tougaloo offers undergraduate majors in 16 fields. Enrichment programs include a tutorial program, a reading center, and a writing center. This historically black college relates to both the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).