The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. (Hall of Fame) is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the growth and development of HBCUs through scholarships, internships, training and technical assistance, alumni recognition, and programs to encourage humanitarian involvement. Our aim is to advance the reality that HBCUs are valuable treasures and critical resources that help transform the seeds of potentiality into the fruits of possibility.
Additionally, the Hall of Fame, through its National Scholarship Service, seeks to ensure that high school students are exposed to colleges and universities through college fairs, which facilitate the exchange of information and one-on-one interview sessions between high school students and college representatives. Through this effort thousands of students interact with more than 500 colleges and universities on an annual basis.
Dr.Sheri Mitchell James, Texas Southern University
Allen Jackson, Claflin University
Verona W. Mckinney, Langston University
Dekalb Alumni Chapter, Jackson State University
National Alumnae Association of Spelman College
The hall of Fame is pleased to announce the winners of the fourth annual legacy leaders ALmuni Awards. These individuals and alumni associations represent the essence of leadershipqualities found within and among the alumni constituency of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. We invite you to join the Hall of Fame as we salute these worthy individuals and leaders of their associations.
"HBCUs: Educating. Empowering. Leading."
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The Hall of Fame is committed to the educational growth and development of African American undergraduate/graduate students attending institutions of higher learning, with preference given to those attending Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCUs). It is important to assist African American youth in pursuit of a college education. Through gifts provided by our corporate sponsors, the Hall of Fame is able to provide scholarships to deserving students.