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What is the best HBCU to you guys? Posted on 05-31-2005
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Personally... I like Grambling and Southern @ baton Rouge when I was like in the 7th grade I wanted to attend Clark
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diversaM&M replied on 06-01-2005 12:13AM [Reply]
Grambling of course IM BIASED :-D but i heard that spelman and howard ain't that bad :?
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1LUV from Houston, TX replied on 01-02-2007 02:57PM [Reply]
Well I would have to say that my HBCU is the best: TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY (maybe b/c I know no other). When I first graduated from high school I wanted to attend Clark-Atlanta. I've partied with Grambling, Southern, PV A&M U, and Lamar University in BMT and have to say that I love HBCU's!!
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starsuga82 replied on 01-14-2007 09:14PM [Reply]
I like Clark-Atlanta because it's my school, but it's expensive! When I was on the college tour I thought NSU was a pretty campus.
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YoungPhenom4TheFuture replied on 01-15-2007 07:54PM [Reply]
Hampton University! lol..of course I'm biased as hell....I've been in love with that school since i was in 7th grade and this fall I will have the oppurtunity to walk on their campus as a student.
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replied on 01-16-2007 03:50AM [Reply]
Depends on what you are looking for. I went to Hampton and had a great experience for the most part plus they are improving and constantly growing. I'm waiting for one of the HBCUs to actually grow beyond the 10,000 or so student level. We need a Mega HBCU with like 30,000 or 40,000 students. That would be hot.
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morehouse09 from Philadelphia, PA replied on 02-13-2007 02:15PM [Reply]
Morehouse College Of Course Lol
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Blutifully Human replied on 02-13-2007 05:32PM [Reply]
WiLLMoss wrote:
Depends on what you are looking for. I went to Hampton and had a great experience for the most part plus they are improving and constantly growing. I'm waiting for one of the HBCUs to actually grow beyond the 10,000 or so student level. We need a Mega HBCU with like 30,000 or 40,000 students. That would be hot.
As of 2006, HU has about 11,000 students (approx. 7000 undergrads, 2000 grad students, and 2000 professional). Movin on up
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iluv_me replied on 04-25-2007 02:25PM [Reply]
I don't know CAU or HU I know they have good taste in picking their attendees cause you know they picked me. LOL just joking I don't really know I haven't researched all of them yet.
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graytgurl replied on 05-05-2007 07:21AM [Reply]
Morehouse, Spelman, & Howard ......I attend Morgan right now but the caliber of students I meet from those schools (normally at leadership conferences/programs) or I know that went there from high school are great and are what every HBCU should produce.
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