Most schools have canceled their HBCU 2020 homecoming events, but don’t worry – you can still celebrate the event while you’re stuck at home!
From HBCU Battle of the Bands to Homecoming: HBCU Events
One of the best things about HBCUs is their thriving social life – from the HBCU battle of the bands to the HBCU homecoming series. These vibrant schools are as full of exciting social experiences as they are of academia and history. Let HBCU Lifestyle be your guide to finding the most exciting upcoming HBCU events surrounding your alma mater.
HBCU events have become some of the most celebrated of all college events across the spectrum. Even non-alumni look forward to Atlanta’s HBCU Battle of the Bands and the crowning of HBCU homecoming queens. We offer coverage of it all! But we also know HBCU events extend beyond the party scene to encompass each school’s surrounding community. Events such as Spelman’s Women of Color Conference or Tuskegee’s year-long celebration of George Washington Carver capture the spirit of community that has been at the heart of HBCUs since they were founded.
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HBCU homecoming is one of the best parts of the black college experience. Take a look at our list of the 2018 HBCU homecoming dates and make your plans!
A recent event highlighted the important role teacher education programs play in strengthening the minority preservice teacher to practitioner pipeline.
A team of four N.C. A&T engineering students emerged from Silicon Valley as the winners of Black Enterprise’s TechConneXt Summit BE SMART hackathon.
Beginning October 3rd, fans can go online and vote daily to help secure a spot for their favorite HBCU bands to “March On” in ATL. Polls close October 28.
Black Enterprise will together top black executives and entrepreneurs for its TechConneXt Summit where HBCU teams will compete in the BE SMART Hackathon.
Adoption-Share is teaming up with Kentucky State graduate Shelby Jenkins and Warner Brother’s animated film “Storks,” to raise awareness about adoption.
Winston-Salem State University has welcomed 950 new first-year students this fall – the largest incoming class since 2008 at WSSU.