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Bowie State University
Bowie State University (commonly referred to as Bowie State), is a public university located in Bowie, Prince Georges County, Maryland. Bowie State is Maryland's oldest historically black university and one of the ten oldest in the country. Bowie State is a member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
Coppin State University
Coppin State University is a historically black college located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is part of the University System of Maryland. The University is a member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Search by region and state for a complete listing of all Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Offers study tips, scholarship information and more.
Morgan State University
Morgan State University (commonly referred to as Morgan State or Morgan) is a historically Black college (HCBU) in Baltimore, Maryland. Morgan is the largest HBCU in Maryland.
Sojourner Douglass College
Sojourner Douglass College is a four-year independent and predominantly African-American community controlled institution of higher education with campuses across Maryland and Nassau, Bahamas.
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education is an electronic journal/newspaper about African Americans involved in higher education as both students and faculty. Features news, opinion, analysis, job opportunities, etc. concerning African Americans in higher education.
The United Negro College Fund
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) is the nation’s largest, oldest, most successful and most comprehensive minority higher education assistance organization. The UNCF promotes African American higher education scholarships, fellowships, internships and other activities.
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) is a land-grant, historically black college founded in 1886 as the Delaware Conference Academy.  UMES is located on 776 acres campus in Princess Anne, Maryland. It is part of the University System of Maryland.

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