Love Black College football? See our 2018 HBCU Classics football schedule that begins on Labor Day weekend and ends in mid-December.
HBCU College Life: Everything You Want To Know about HBCU Campus Living
Tight-knit dorm living. Unique Greeks. Exhilarating sports. In addition to top-notch academia, HBCU college life offers a virtual buffet of exciting experiences. With so many extracurricular options, how can you decide where to focus first? HBCULifestyle is here to help. From advice on moving onto and off campus to the latest sports scores, we’re here to make choosing the details of your life outside the classroom a breeze.
Are you a first generation college student needing survival tips? A current (or even past) student interested in keeping up with campus style trends? Maybe you’re researching a Greek fraternity or sorority. HBCULifestyle offers something for all of the above – whether it’s history about the Divine Nine, or links to online stores selling your favorite HBCU gear.
Part of the unrivaled excitement of HBCU college life lies in the myriad of campus activities. Don’t get overwhelmed. Let HBCULifestyle help you navigate your HBCU experience.
See HBCU Lifestyle’s 5 Best Back to School College Finds for Amazon’s Prime Day. From backpacks to electronics, we have the best school supplies for college
Until you graduate and get a real full-time job in your career, you have to save money as much as possible and keep your expenses in check. Here’s help.
A record number of football fans attended HBCU Classics this year, and five HBCU Football Classics made our list based on attendance in 2017.
The HBCU Homecoming event is one of the best parts of the Black College experience for students, faculty, and alumni. See our list of dates to attend.
Roland and Bethany Criswell are partners in life, business, and service.Their partnership reflects a life of community, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship.
The film “Burning Sands” forces an honest discussion among Black Greek fraternity and sorority members and candidates about hazing.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management is offering paid 10-week internships to STEM majors at Minority Serving Institutions.