Many Tuskegee graduates go on to get there advance degrees after graduation. When I attended there as a Aerospace Engineering student Ga. Tech was actually a big recruiter for there graduate programs. I think it is actually easier to get into graduate school coming from an HBCU.
My argument is do undergrad someplace where you will feel must happiest and comfortable. Because given your grades are good you will be able to get into virtually any graduate program you wish. But, the memories and the enjoyment you will make at Tuskegee or Spelman will last you for ever!!!
There is a section under the Freshman applications page that talks about the "Limited Access/Special Admission Programs". These programs include the School of Journalism and College of Pharmacy.
My question is has there been anyone excepted into FAMU but, not accepted into the College of Pharmacy? Looking at the requirements for acceptance into FAMU. I would expect that if you do get accepted most likely you would also be accepted into the College of Pharmacy as well??