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Alabama

Four-Year Public: Alabama A&M University, Alabama State University

Four-Year Private: Concordia College Selma, Miles College, Oakwood University, Selma University, Stillman College, Talladega College, Tuskegee University

Two-Year Public: Bishop State Community College, Shelton State Community College C.A. Fredd Campus, Gadsden State Community College, Valley Street, J.F. Drake State Technical College, Lawson State Community College, Trenholm State Technical College,

Arkansas

Four-Year Public: University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Four-Year Private: Arkansas Baptist College, Philander Smith College

Delaware

Four-Year Public: Delaware State University

District of Columbia

Four-Year Public: University of the District of Columbia

Four-Year Private: Howard University

Florida

Four-Year Public: Florida A&M University

Four-Year Private: Bethune-Cookman College, Edward Waters College, Florida Memorial University,

Georgia

Four-Year Public: Albany State University, Fort Valley State University, Savannah State University,

Four-Year Private: Clark Atlanta University, Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, Morris Brown College, Paine College, Spelman College,

Kentucky

Four-Year Public: Kentucky State University

Louisiana

Four-Year Public: Grambling State University, Southern University A&M College, Southern University at New Orleans

Four-Year Private: Dillard University of Louisiana, Xavier University

Four-Year Public: Southern University at Shreveport

Maryland

Four-Year Public: Bowie State University, Coppin State College, Morgan State University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore,

Michigan

Two-Year Private: Lewis College of Business

Mississippi

Four-Year Public: Alcorn State University, Jackson State University, Mississippi Valley State University,

Four-Year Private: Rust College, Tougaloo College

Two-Year Public: Coahoma Community College, Hinds Community College, Utica

Missouri

Four-Year Public: Harris-Stowe State University, Lincoln University

North Carolina

Four-Year Public: Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina Central University, Winston-Salem State University

Four-Year Private: Barber-Scotia College, Bennett College, Johnson C. Smith University, Livingstone College, Shaw University, St. Augustine's College,

Ohio

Four-Year Public: Central State University

Four-Year Private: Wilberforce University

Oklahoma

Four-Year Public: Langston University

Pennsylvania

Four-Year Public: Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, Lincoln University

South Carolina

Four-Year Public: South Carolina State University

Four-Year Private: Allen University, Benedict College, Claflin University, Morris College, Voorhees College,

Two-Year Public: Denmark Technical College

Two-Year Private: Clinton Junior College

Tennessee

Four-Year Public: Tennessee State University

Four-Year Private: Fisk University, Knoxville College, Lane College, Lemoyne-Owen College, Meharry Medical College,

Texas

Four-Year Public: Prairie View A&M University, Texas Southern University

Four-Year Private: Huston-Tillotson University, Jarvis Christian College, Paul Quinn College, Southwestern Christian College, Texas College, Wiley College

Two-Year Public: St. Philip's College

Virginia

Four-Year Public: Norfolk State University, Virginia State University

Four-Year Private: Hampton University, Saint Paul's College, Virginia Union University, Virginia University of Lynchburg

West Virginia

Four-Year Public: Bluefield State College, West Virginia State University

U.S. Virgin Islands

Four-Year Public: University of the Virgin Islands

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