Student Freedom Initiative Inaugurates Launch at HBCU Campuses Across U.S. Read more.
WIP - We Are Launching Our Program with HBCUs
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have historically played and continue to play a critical role in African American achievement. While representing only 4% of colleges, HBCUs represent 14% of African American college graduates, 25% of African Americans with STEM bachelor's degrees, and an even greater percentage of African Americans with teaching, medical, and other professional degrees.
The following HBCUs have agreed to participate in the Student Freedom Initiative for the 2021–2022 academic year. A list of all majors at these HBCUs that are approved for participation in our income-contingent funding arrangement is included beneath each school below.
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Chemistry Computer and Information Science and Engineering Engineering Geosciences Life Sciences Materials Research Mathematical Science Physics and Astronomy
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