Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The Council on Social Work Education is pleased to celebrate Black History Month and recognizes the importance of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the United States that were established with the intention of serving the black community. Of the 105 HBCU institutions in America today, 27 offer doctoral programs and 52 provide graduate degree programs at the Master's level. At the undergraduate level, 83 of the HBCUs offer a Bachelor's degree program and 38 of these schools offer associate degrees. 29 HBCU social work programs have been accredited for their social work programs by CSWE.

  1. Alabama A&M University
  2. Alabama State University
  3. Albany State University
  4. Alcorn State University
  5. Benedict College
  6. Bennett College
  7. Bowie State University
  8. Clark Atlanta University
  9. Delaware State University
  10. Fayetteville State University
  11. Florida A&M University
  12. Grambling State University
  13. Howard University
  14. Jackson State University
  15. Johnson C. Smith University
  16. Miles College
  17. Mississippi Valley State University
  18. Morgan State University
  19. Norfolk State University
  20. North Carolina Central University
  21. Savannah State University
  22. Shaw University
  23. Southern University
  24. Tennessee State University
  25. Tuskegee University
  26. University of District of Columbia
  27. Virginia State University
  28. Virginia Union University
  29. West Virginia State University
 

Also be sure to follow CSWE (@CSocialWorkEd) on Twitter where we will be highlighting historic social work education events throughout the month.