A long history of educating underserved populations

Colleges must adapt and better serve adults for whom a chance, or a second chance, at higher education can make such a difference in their lives. Historically black colleges and universities and other minority serving institutions have historically enrolled students with less academic preparation and fewer financial resources; HBCUs were also the first institutions in U.S. history using adaptive strategies to retain and successfully graduate students. These schools are uniquely prepared to help minority service members and their dependents.

Unique culture

If you have an affinity or a family legacy at an HBCU or MSI, check out our list of Compact schools and see if your preferred school is listed.

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