Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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    Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    There are 103 Historically Black Colleges and Universities - 52 public and 51 private schools. The 2023 average tuition & fees of the schools is $7,362 for state residents and $15,454 for out-of-state students.
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    2022-2023 Historically Black Colleges and Universities Statistics
    Number of Schools103 (52 public, 51 private)
    Undergraduate Tuition & Fees$7,362 (in-state), $15,454 (out-of-state)
    Graduate Tuition & Fees$8,743 (in-state), $17,001 (out-of-state)
    Average Financial Aid$10,646
    Test Scores974 SAT, 18 ACT
    Acceptance Rate68.84%
    Yield (Enrollment Rate)17.79%
    Population290,319
    Undergraduate254,741
    Graduate35,578
    Graduation Rate32.58%
    Students to Faculty Ratio14.45 to 1

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    103 Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    Alabama A & M University

    #19 in Alabama
    Alabama A & M University (AAMU) is a Public, 4-years school located in Normal, AL. Alabama A & M University is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $18,634
    SAT Score: 920
    Population: 6,007
    Students/Faculty: 19 to 1

    Alabama State University

    #12 in Alabama
    Alabama State University (Alabama State) is a Public, 4-years school located in Montgomery, AL. Alabama State University is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $19,396
    SAT Score: 935
    Population: 3,828
    Students/Faculty: 14 to 1

    Albany State University

    #30 in Georgia
    Albany State University (Albany State) is a Public, 4-years school located in Albany, GA. Albany State University is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $16,206
    Population: 6,334
    Students/Faculty: 20 to 1

    Alcorn State University

    #10 in Mississippi
    Alcorn State University (Alcorn State) is a Public, 4-years school located in Alcorn State, MS. Alcorn State University is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $8,549
    SAT Score: 1,005
    Population: 2,933
    Students/Faculty: 16 to 1

    Allen University

    #228 Liberal Arts Colleges, #23 in South Carolina
    Allen University is a Private, 4-years school located in Columbia, SC. Allen University is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $13,422
    Population: 657
    Students/Faculty: 15 to 1

    American Baptist College

    #174 Faith-based Schools
    American Baptist College is a Private, 4-years school located in Nashville, TN. American Baptist College is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $12,474
    Population: 53
    Students/Faculty: 5 to 1

    Arkansas Baptist College

    Arkansas Baptist College is a Private, 4-years school located in Little Rock, AR. Arkansas Baptist College is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $8,760
    Population: 497
    Students/Faculty: 23 to 1

    Benedict College

    Benedict College is a Private, 4-years school located in Columbia, SC. Benedict College is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $17,938
    SAT Score: 900
    Population: 1,840
    Students/Faculty: 17 to 1

    Bennett College

    #214 Liberal Arts Colleges, #34 in North Carolina
    Bennett College is a Private, 4-years school located in Greensboro, NC. Bennett College is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $18,400
    Population: 168
    Students/Faculty: 6 to 1

    Bethune-Cookman University

    #222 Liberal Arts Colleges, #37 in Florida
    Bethune-Cookman University (B CU) is a Private, 4-years school located in Daytona Beach, FL. Bethune-Cookman University is a historically black school.
    Tuition & Fees: $14,794
    SAT Score: 900
    Population: 2,727
    Students/Faculty: 15 to 1
    All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2022-2023