By TBS Staff
Black college students can access resources designed to rectify historical imbalances, including scholarships, financial aid, career development opportunities, and student groups.
Black undergraduate enrollment increased significantly from 2000-2010, but declined over the last decade. For schools, encouraging Black enrollment means providing additional resources to combat systemic disadvantages Black students face. These include social clubs, organizations, and career-oriented assistance programs. Black students can also network with alumni, explore opportunities for employment, and find funding to further their education.
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