Resources for Black College Students – Wherever You Go to School

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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