HOUSTON, TX – GRAMMY Award-winning Gospel singer, Yolanda Adams, will address graduates at Texas Southern University’s Winter Commencement on Saturday, December 16, 2017, at 9:30 p.m. in the Health and Physical Education Arena on campus.

According to a press release by the university, Adams has claimed five GRAMMY Awards and a host of Stellar, Dove and NAACP Image Awards during her 29-year career. She has earned other accolades from Billboard, BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.), BET (Black Entertainment Television), as well as American Music and Soul Train Music Awards. Adams has recorded numerous Gospel Hits, including Be Blessed, Open My Heart, The Battle is the Lord’s, Hold On, Be Still, Continuous Praise, and many others.

“It is an honor and privilege to encourage our fall graduates on their special day. To graduate from a university is an undertaking that requires skill, discipline and perseverance until the desired outcome is met. I am proud to officially speak hope and positivity into their dreams,” Ms. Adams said.

Adams graduated from Texas Southern in 1984 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. She went on to serve as an elementary school teacher in her native Houston before starting an illustrious music career in 1988.

Since 1975, EBONY has celebrated Black collegiate women through the platform HBCU Campus Queens. EBONY has supported programs that celebrate and nurture young Black women. The EBONY HBCU Campus Queen program honors these exceptional future leaders from the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities who are role models of both beauty and ambition on campuses and in their communities.

Every summer, HBCU Campaign Fund supports HBCU Campus Queens through its HBCU Royalty Dictionary program which is an initiative that spotlights newly elected campus leaders through a pre-submitted biography with a series of questions relating to their campus involvement, improvement, strengths, motivation, and future goals during their reign or term. The top voted campus leaders then featured in a magazine publication. This year’s Campus Queens who are featured in the HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine are: Jimmitriv Roberson, Miss Grambling State University, Miranda Terry, Miss Chicago State University, Keylai Boughton, Miss Huston-Tillotson University, Taylor Belle, Miss Wilberforce University, Jadia Artis, Miss Norfolk State University, Adreinne Gilbert, Miss Stillman College, Mariah Collins, Miss Johnson C. Smith University, Niquia Harris, Miss Bennett College, Saloncia Hunter, Miss University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Briona May, Miss Shaw University, Lateefah McKee, Miss Benedict College, Terrianna McCullough, Miss Voorhees College, Michaela Rose, Miss Delaware State University, and Brittany Taylor, Miss Philander Smith College.

The released date for the HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine is yet to be confirmed and is still in publishing. In the meanwhile, voting for EBONY kicks off today and ends on January 20, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. Watch the videos below and vote for your favorite Campus Queens as they vie to featured in the EBONY Campus Queens edition.

Keylai Boughton, Miss Huston-Tillotson University

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/huston-tillotson-university

Lateefah McKee, Miss Benedict College

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/benedict-college

Salonica Hunter, Miss University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/university-of-arkansas-at-pine-bluff

Brittany Taylor, Miss Philander Smith College

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/philander-smith-college


Michaela Rose, Miss Delaware State University

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/delaware-state-university


Jadia Artis, Miss Norfolk State University

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/norfolk-state-university

Adreinne Gilbert, Miss Stillman College

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/stillman-college


Taylor Belle – Miss Wilberforce University

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/wilberforce-university

Niquia Harris – Miss Bennett College

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/stillman-college


Jimmitriv Roberson – Miss Grambling State University

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/grambling-state-university


Mariah Collins, Miss Johnson C. Smith University

Vote: www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/contestant/johnson-c.-smith-university



CHICAGO, IL – Join the Chicago Football Classic Scholarship Fund, Inc. in partnership with City Colleges of Chicago and Chicago Public schools as they co-sponsor a college fair featuring recruiters from over 25 HBCU’s and local colleges and universities. The students will be able to speak with representatives about admissions, financial aid (including the City of Colleges of Chicago Star Scholarship), testing, majors and more. The college fair will also feature a financial planning seminar presented by BMO Harris Bank.

The HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) organization and its Division of Recruitment is proud to join the Chicago Football Classic as a support service for the college fair in assisting students to choosing HBCU.

The CFC HBCU College Fair and Empowerment Summit takes place on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Soldier Field following by the football classic showdown with the Grambling State Tigers facing the Clark Atlanta Panthers with kick-off at 3:30 p.m.

Registration for the fair is free and you can sign-up your student(s) here. For other information regarding this year’s Chicago Football Classic and tickets, visit their website at www.chicagofootballclassic.biz.

CHICAGO, IL – The HBCU Campaign Fund organization announces its 2017 HBCU Football tour which is ideal to give the selected institution’s and games more exposure and display of the HBCU experience through HCF’s social media networks. The tour will also be used for media purposes in display to high school students and supporters and how it is at a HBCU during sports season. It is an initiative tool utilize for recruitment in assisting future college seeking students to choosing HBCU.

HCF football tour began in 2015 with little and selected HBCU institutions visited and resumed as a basketball tour. Last year, due to low funding only three football games were attended with hopes to attend all this year. During the visited schools, HCF executive cabinet network with institution administrators and students to plan a campus tour and media sitting at the games so that video footage can be capture of the students, fans, marching band, etc. for exposure of this experience and how the institution presents it sports traditions.

This year’s 2017 HBCU Football Tour features the following institution’s and HBCU football games:

  • September 9, 2017 * Lincoln University of Pennsylvania vs. Lincoln University of Missouri * 6:00 pm kick-off
  • September 16, 2017 * Clark Atlanta University vs. Tuskegee University * 1:00 pm kick-off
  • September 30, 2017 * Grambling State University vs. Clark Atlanta University (Chicago Football Classic) * 3:30 pm Kickoff | CFC College Fair 9 am – 12 pm | FMI, visit www.chicagofootballclassic.biz |
  • October 7, 2017 * Miles College vs. Central State University (Homecoming) * TBA kick-off
  • October 14, 2017 * Kentucky State University vs. Miles College (Homecoming) * 2:00 pm kick-off
  • October 28, 2017 * Texas Southern University vs. Grambling State University (Homecoming) * TBA kick-off
  • November 4, 2017 * Fort Valley State University vs. Albany State University [Fountain City Classic] * TBA kick-ff
  • November 18, 2017 * Claflin University Homecoming
  • November 25, 2017 * Southern University vs. Grambling State University (Bayou Classic) * TBA kick-off

All dates are subject to be cancelled and may or may not be rescheduled for a replacement date. HBCU institution’s who would like to add their HBCU institution to HCF’s 2017 football or basketball tour schedule, may do so by filling out the form here.

You may make a gift here to HCF’s 2017 HBCU Football and Basketball Tour in our efforts to supporting the significance of those institution’s selected. Designated your donations to “HCF 2017 HBCU Football and Basketball Tour.”

For more information regarding HCF’s 2017 HBCU Football Tour, contact Demetrius Johnson Jr. at djohnsonjr@hbcucampaignfund.org.


About HBCU Campaign Fund

The HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) organization is a non-profit organized with the mission to supporting the significance of all of the 107 historically black colleges and universities as well as predominately black institutions in the United States. HCF supports their mission, rich history, prestigious tradition, chancellors and presidents, faculty and staff, students, alumni and supporters. HCF serves as advocates for students, alumni and HBCU’s in assisting with making sure that HBCU and PBI institutions continue to serve academic excellence for years to come.

The middle of Central State University campus in Wilberforce, Ohio. (Photo creds: Demetrius Johnson Jr.)

WILBERFORCE, OH – Central State University, a historically black university located in Wilberforce, Ohio, will welcome nearly 840 new students this fall semester, the largest since 2011.

According to a press release from the university, new first-time freshmen, transfer students and readmits are expected to help the University surpass last year’s total enrollment. In addition, new student enrollment has exceeded the University’s original new student target of 800. Total enrollment numbers will be confirmed at the end of the month.

Part of the growth can be attributed to an intentional focus on increasing cultural diversity through international recruitment. This semester, students from The Bahamas will dominate the international community on campus. Two years, ago, Central State entered into an agreement with The Bahamas Ministry of Education to provide scholarships for Bahamian students. Because of the academic success of those students and CSU’s affordability, the Bahamian government tripled the number of sponsored students. These students will be among the students from more than eight other international countries who have attended Central State.

“Over the past two years we have made a concerted effort to ensure that our partnership with The Bahamas Ministry of Education is one that yields successful outcomes,” said Dr. Stephanie Krah, Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. “CSU is an institution that lives its mission of fostering academic excellence within a nurturing environment. Student success is the outcomes.”

The campus is busy this week as new students engage in activities designed to introduce them to a collegiate environment. New student orientation or “Pirate Week,” concludes on Sunday, August 13, with the culminating Candlelight Ceremony, an event that symbolizes the transformative journey of incoming freshmen or “Pirates” to “CSU Marauders.” Classes begin Monday, August 14.

This year, Central State University, was awarded the 2017 HBCU of the Year by the HBCU Digest and presented by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, is the fifth most affordable four-year institution in the nation for out-of-state students. Last fall, 45 percent of the total enrollment was from out-of-state. “This speaks to the brand and the image of the University outside of Ohio.” said Dr. Krah. “These students and their families understand CSU’s value proposition. Our goal, is to connect these students with internships and career opportunities in Ohio, which will lead to residency and the promotion of Ohio’s workforce.”

HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) president Demetrius Johnson Jr., visited Central State University this past January and was extremely impressed with the campus and the current work of the University, as the only public land-grant HBCU in Ohio.

For more information about Central State University, visit their website at www.centralstate.edu.

CHICAGO, IL – For its fourth consecutive year, the HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) organization has hosted its annual HBCU Royalty Dictionary competition with this year being its second as a magazine publication. The theme was “Historically Royal”.

Pictured: DeMarco Jackson, SGA President of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff who led first place in the competition with the most number of votes.

The HBCU Royalty Dictionary magazine competition is an initiative that highlights newly elected Kings, Queens and SGA President in a magazine with a pre-submitted biography of the finalist inducted. The participants go through a voting process and the top 20 voted feature in the magazine. The participants biography’s consist of a series of questions relating to their campus involvement, improvement, strengths, motivation and upcoming plans during their reign and/or term. The magazine is designed to bring representation and more positive perspective on the students and HBCU campuses. You may view last year’s magazine in PDF format on HCF’s website.

The 2017 Finalist and institutions represented are (listed by number of votes):

  1. DeMarco C. Jackson – SGA President, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
  2. Christopher Artis – Mister Shaw University
  3. Travis L. Barnes – Mister Claflin University
  4. Jayveon D. Reed – Mister Chicago State University
  5. Terrianna C. McCullough – Miss Voorhees College
  6. Michaela J. Rose – Miss Delaware State University
  7. Adrienne A. Gilbert – Miss Stillman College
  8. Briona U. May – Miss Shaw University
  9. Lateefah A. McKee – Miss Benedict College
  10. Mariah D. Collins – Miss Johnson C. Smith University
  11. Miranda A. Terry – Miss Chicago State University
  12. Jimmitriv R. Roberson – Miss Grambling State University
  13. Jadia S. Artis – Miss Norfolk State University
  14. Adarian D. Williams – SGA President, Grambling State University
  15. Salonica Hunter – Miss University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
  16. Niquia S. Harris – Miss Bennett College
  17. Taylor Belle – Miss Wilberforce University
  18. Brittany Taylor – Miss Philander Smith College
  19. Kevin L. Perry – Mister Delaware State University
  20. Keylai M. Boughton – Miss Huston-Tillotson University

The finalists will be inducted into the 2017 class and featured in the 2nd HBCU Royalty Dictionary magazine publication with their pre-submitted biography that was submitted to HCF as entry into the contest. The magazine is schedule to be released to the public between August and September, no later than October of 2017 for purchase. The finalists and institutions involved will receive copies on the house on the behalf of their participation.

There are advertisement options available for companies and organizations. The advertisement will provide your business and organization with exposure to the magazine readers and their families and friends. HCF will encourage the magazine supporters and readers to purchase the magazine and support the sponsors and advertisers.

Companies and organizations that are interested can find the rates contract on HCF’s website or request by email to support@hbcucampaignfund.org. Feel free to contact Demetrius Johnson Jr., at djohnsonjr@hbcucampaignfund.org or (773) 988-2106 if you have any questions regarding the adverting options. The deadline for advertisement ads is July 25, 2017.

For more information regarding the HBCU Royalty Dictionary magazine, visit HCF’s website at www.hbcucampaignfund.org/hbcuroyalty.





The HBCU Digest has announced its 2017 HBCU Executive Media Training Institute and seventh annual HBCU Awards ceremony to be held July 13-14th in Washington, D.C’.s Gallup Building beginning at 7:00 p.m. HBCU Digest, is the national news resource of record for historically black colleges and universities. Designed to engage the national HBCU community in media literacy and development strategies, the Institute provides best practices in media culture building for HBCU communities from around the nation. Through dialog with practicing journalist, administrators, PR professionals, and student media leaders, the Institute assists in providing the tools for HBCUs of all sizes and mission to develop a comprehensive campus media strategy.

The HBCU awards acknowledges and celebrates achievement at historically black colleges and universities throughout the United States. Crowning winners in the fields of leadership, arts, athletics, research, and community engagement, the HBCU Awards is the first and only event to recognize the influence and impact of HBCUs on American culture.

The finalists were selected from more than 175 nominations from HBCUs across the country. Winners will be announced on the evening of the awards, and tickets for the awards and executive media training summit are available here. Seating for the event is limited.

Here are the list of finalists:

Awards in Student Activities

Best Marching Band

Talladega College Marching Tornadoes
Alabama State University Mighty Marching Hornets
Prairie View A&M University Marching Storm
Miles College Purple Marching Machine
Tennessee State University Aristocrat of Bands
Southern University Human Jukebox

Best Choir

Morgan State University Choir
Virginia State University Gospel Chorale
North Carolina Central University Vocal Jazz Ensemble
Bethune-Cookman University Concert Chorale

Best Student Government Association

Morehouse College
Prairie View A&M University
Dillard University
Tennessee State University
Jackson State University
Virginia State University

Best Student Organization

Fayetteville State University Student Nurses Association
Oakwood University Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Team
Office of University Engagement and Lifelong Learning – Univ. of Maryland Eastern Shore
Service Spree – Hampton University
Alcorn State Honor Student Organization

Awards in Publications

Best Student Newspaper

The Hilltop – Howard University
Southern Digest – Southern University
Campus Echo – North Carolina Central University
The Maroon Tiger – Morehouse College

Best Alumni Publication

1867 The Magazine – Prairie View A&M University
Alumni Life Magazine -Tennessee State University
NCCU Now – North Carolina Central University
Alcorn: The Magazine – Alcorn State University
Legacy Magazine – The University of the District of Columbia

Awards in Academic Excellence

Best Research Center

Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center
Florida Memorial Department of Communications
Otis Floyd Nursery Research Center – Tennessee State University
Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium (Xavier University of Louisiana)
Clark Atlanta University Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development

Best Fine Arts Program

Alabama State University College of Visual and Performing Arts
Norfolk State University Division of Drama
Hampton University Department of Fine and Performing Arts
Dillard University Theater Program

Best Business Program

Virginia State University
Morgan State University
Jackson State University
Delaware State University

Best Science, Technology, Engineer and Mathematics (STEM) Program

North Carolina A&T College of Engineering
Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine
Dillard University Department of Physics
Tennessee State University College of Engineering

Best Nursing Program

Fayetteville State University
Lincoln University
Tennessee State University
Southern University

Best Social Work Program

North Carolina Central University
Fayetteville State University
Winston-Salem State University
Morgan State University

Awards in Alumni Activity

Male Alumnus of the Year

Michael Bonner – Elizabeth City State University
Michael Johnson – North Carolina Central University
Faraday Okoro – Howard University
Ibram Kendi – Florida A&M University
Damon Lee – Tennessee State University

Female Alumnus of the Year

Dorothy Perrault- Dillard University
Rep. Alma Adams – North Carolina A&T State University
DeShauna Barner – Virginia State University
Rear Adm. Sylvia Trent-Adams – Hampton University

National Alumni Association of the Year

Southern University Alumni Federation
South Carolina State University National Alumni Association
Florida A&M University National Alumni Association
Morehouse College National Alumni Association

Awards in Athletic Excellence

Female Coach of the Year

AnneMarie Gilbert – Virginia Union University
Sheba Harris – Central State University
Vanessa Blair-Lewis – Bethune-Cookman University

Male Coach of the Year

Alan Green – Xavier University of Louisiana
Montez Robinson – Alcorn State University
Mike Newell – Dillard University
Reggie Barlow – Virginia State University
Jerry Mack – North Carolina Central University
David Six – Hampton University

Female Athlete of the Year

Taylor White – Virginia Union University
Shelby Williams – Prairie View A&M University
Malia Tate-DeFreitas – Hampton University
Amber Hughes – Tennessee State University
Ariane Williams – Xavier University of Louisiana
Tia-Adana Belle – Saint Augustine’s University

Male Athlete of the Year

Corlon Knight – Florida Memorial University
Chad Williams – Grambling State University
Tarik Cohen – North Carolina A&T State University
Juan Scott – Central State University
Zach Lofton – Texas Southern University
Lenard Tillery – Southern University

Women’s Team of the Year

Savannah State University Cheerleading
Bowie State University Bowling
Virginia Union University Women’s Basketball
Central State University Women’s Basketball
Xavier University of Louisiana Women’s Tennis
Hampton University Women’s Basketball

Men’s Team of the Year

North Carolina Central University Football
Hampton University Men’s Basketball
Xavier University Men’s Tennis
Saint Augustine’s University Men’s Track and Field
Tuskegee University Football
Grambling State University Football

Awards in Individual Achievement

Female Student of the Year

Jennifer Mullings – Fayetteville State University
Ariel Walker – Alcorn State University
Jeaiza Maria Quiñones – Prairie View A&M University
Cheslea Bosley – Dillard University
Brittney Lamb – Elizabeth City State University
Aria Hill – Hampton University

Male Student of the Year

Lenard Tillery – Southern University
Jonathan Hill – Morehouse College
Perry White – Southern University
Jordyn Hawkins-Ripple – Hampton University
Aliou Diouf – Central State University

Female Faculty Member of the Year

Linda Hayden – Elizabeth City State University
Ann Toler Hilliard – Bowie State University
Anika Simpson – Morgan State University
Tameka Hobbs – Florida Memorial University

Male Faculty Member of the Year

Moustapha Diack – Southern University
Abdalla Darwish – Dillard University
Anthony Stockard – Norfolk State University
Carlos Rodriguez – Delaware State University

Highest Honors

Female President of the Year

Glenda Baskin Glover – Tennessee State University
Roslyn Clark Artis – Florida Memorial University
Cynthia Jackson-Hammond – Central State University
Tashni Dubroy – Shaw University

Male President of the Year

Walter Kimbrough – Dillard University
Michael Sorrell – Paul Quinn College
Harry Williams – Delaware State University
Harold Martin – North Carolina A&T State University
William Harvey – Hampton University
Makola Abdullah – Virginia State University

Historically Black College/University of the Year

Central State University
Paul Quinn College
Tennessee State University
Hampton University
Virginia State University
Shaw University
Florida Memorial University
North Carolina Central University



As the countdown begins to the most controversy moment of the year, the HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) organization stands in support of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos delivering the commencement address at Bethune-Cookman University on Wednesday, May 10th at 12 noon.

The 11th U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

There are a mass number of disagreement towards the commencement address speaker. Conversely,  I came to an understanding of everyone’s reasoning. Notwithstanding, neither do I agree with the outroar of individual’s reaction towards DeVos nor President Jackson and his administration decision. I also do not agree with the comparison of DeVos and Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. What Dr. Bethune left is her legacy of faith, scholarship, and service and that’s what exactly should be accountable during this exhilarating moment of excellence. As you come to your milestone of celebrating an accomplishment that is another tremendous step in life, DeVos as a speaker should be the one less thing in mind at that given time.

Yes, DeVos said historically black colleges and universities were pioneers of school choice but students, alumni, and supporters know exactly what the historic background of HBCU’s are and what they stand for as of today. HBCU’s current relied on the federal support such as from the Department of Education either you like or not and they also are institutions that are open to all races no matter of the founding background. Accordingly, to what Dr. Jackson stated, Dr. Bethune relied on support from leaders in order to get the institution off the ground regarding their feelings of what type of institution it is. As we move through the millennial that federal support is more crucial than ever, it’s very vital that HBCU leaders continue to invite political leaders to their institution’s state and federal. Even Dr. Bethune once worked in federal as an advisor on minority affairs in the Roosevelt Administration, was given a chance to organize two national conferences on the problems of black Americans.

Leaving us her last will & testament, she left us racial dignity, stating that we must learn to also share and mix with men (and women too). We must make an effort to be less race conscious of individual and human values. Consequently, I take it in as to be mindful of what DeVos said regarding HBCU’s but continue to grow and learn from it as well as relying on the institutional support from these individuals. If they are uneducated regarding an HBCU, let’s educate and school them, lead them in the correct direction of what an HBCU serves in academic excellence.

As referring to life lessons, God forgives and gives his children second chances repeatedly and DeVos deserves a second chance in stepping on an HBCU campus and serving as commencement speaker at Bethune-Cookman University. You never know, what she has in store as a speech and may even be regretful of her comment towards HBCU’s. Enter to learn, Depart to serve is a motto of what Dr. Bethune founded more than 145 years ago, which she left the responsibility to young people that are to not be discouraged from aspiring toward greatness, for they are to be the leaders of tomorrow.

Expand beyond your horizons. Let this be the most forgettable commencement no matter the outcome of DeVos speech, walk across the stage, grasp your degree with eagerness and step into the world with faith, dignity, ambition and responsibility as career seekers of a high-skilled paying jobs. Do not forget to support your HBCU forevermore and to give, give, give back in support. Nevertheless, for future college-seekers DeVos as a speaker should not take a toll on your admission decision to BCU. Continue your dream and the legacy because the legacy Dr. Bethune relied on faith and without faith, nothing is possible. With it, nothing is impossible.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Friday, January 13, 2017, five (5) historically black colleges and universities were honored as an White House healthy campus by President Barack Obama. As part of Obama’s Administration’s ongoing efforts to reach the remaining uninsured, the White House launched the Healthy Campus Challenge in September, hoping to engage college and university campuses in enrollment efforts.

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act 20, 20 million more Americans have gained coverage, and the nation’s uninsured rate now stands at its lowest level ever. Access to affordable, quality health care is critically important for young people as they reach adulthood and enter the job market. It gives them peace of mind that allows them to focus on their studies, helps them stay healthy as they join the workforce, and is vital to building a strong economy and a strong middle class.

More than 350 campuses from all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico participated in the Challenge and carried out some enrollment activities, with nearly 100 campuses completing all the criteria. Out of that 100 campuses, 5 HBCU campuses made the list.

  • Bethune-Cookman University (Daytona Beach, FL)
  • Bowie State University (Bowie, MD)
  • Florida Memorial University (Miami Gardens, FL)
  • Livingstone College (Salisbury, NC)
  • Xavier University of Louisiana (New Orleans, LA)

This past Friday (Jan. 13), nearly 60 leaders of those campuses attended the Healthy Campus Challenge Day at the White House, which was presided by First Lady Michelle Obama.

Congratulations to the following HBCU campuses who were designated as an White House Healthy Campus and we hope that your success continues in remaining to keeping HBCU students healthy and insured for the future years to come!

To read the full White House Healthy Campus Challenge Day press release, click here.