My mom want me to add some HBCUs to my school list but I don't know many. I'm not really picky about location, but I did want to move back to South Carolina, but she insists on looking into other colleges other than the ones I have. Then my dad wants me to go to University of Chicago, but I don't think I want to go there-
I recommend the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor because I intend to major in Economics and Philosophy there in the future. They also have an excellent Sociology program. For HBCUs, I prefer University of Pennsylvania and Texas A&M. However, you shouldn't be only limited to HBCUs. South Carolina, in particular, lacks a number of excellent universities. So, going out of state is not a bad thing if you have the ability. I hope this information is useful and good luck for your applications.
Oh Im not limited my mom just favors it since you can learn a lot from them. I thik she wants me to go to one for the experience and to be around "my community" more so thank you for the suggestions!
I see & You are welcome :)
I think it is suitable for you, granny. It can make the grandma in this horror game calm down, I think.
If you're looking for somewhere to go and get a degree and still be able to have fun with friends i think FAMU is a really good place. Then again it also depends on what you would like to major in and what would be more beneficial to you.
Do you know what you plan to major in? The biggest difference (in my experience) between different HBCU's is their available majors.
I plan to get my Bachelors in Sociology (Im in dual enrollment so i'm aiming for my AA atm) and majoring and debating in doctorate/masters for Psychology
Howard has a pretty good sociology program.
Howard, Hampton, and Florida A&M all rank incredibly high in both Sociology & Psychology
To keep this community safe and supportive: