The Top Five Most Spirited HBCU's For 2015


 The Top Five Most Spirited HBCU's For 2015


Did you graduate from a Historically Black College or University? Or maybe you soon will be enrolling into one. Great news! Did your school make this year's list for the top five most spirited HBCU's below? Well, the staff of The Preying Narcissist research and selected the following University's as the Most Spirited Historical Black Colleges for 2015...

#1-South Carolina State University
 South Carolina State University is a historically African American university in the city of Orangeburg, South Carolina that is full of history and pride. Commonly known as "State", SCSU has a rich history of influential leaders, business people, athletes, and the list goes on. SCSU has a long and proud history of educating black students for over 100 years. The institution and its constituents were quite active in the civil rights movement, and today they maintain that dedication to civil rights on and off their campus. Other popular traditions on campus include a nationally known marching band Marching 101, a strong ROTC program, and a lively campus life. With the various activities on campus and the thousands of individuals who visit SC State, the University significantly impacts the economy of the City of Orangeburg, as well as the State of South Carolina.The university's strength is that SCSU provides a nurturing living and learning environment that will foster student success. Notable alumni of South Carolina State University include Judge Ernest A. Finney Jr., South Carolina's Senator Jim Clyburn, and famous football player, Harry Carson.



#2-Howard University
 Howard University, a historically black college in the heart of Washington, D.C is one of the top universities for African Americans in the world. Howard University's mission is unique. It is a culturally diverse, comprehensive, research intensive and historically Black private university providing an educational experience of exceptional quality at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels to students of high academic standing and potential, with particular emphasis upon educational opportunities for Black students. Outside of class, Howard students may choose to get involved in one of the school's many fraternities and sororities, academic and professional organizations or social clubs, among other student groups. The university has its own stop on the city's public transportation system, the Metro, and students are also permitted to bring cars to school. Notable alumni of Howard University include former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison and Emmy Award-winning actress Phylicia Rashad.


#3-Tuskegee University
 Tuskegee University is a historically black university located in the city of Tuskegee, Alabama. Students admitted to the university have the opportunity to join more than 100 groups and organizations as well as a very popular Greek life on campus. The university was the first to create a nursing baccalaureate program in the state of Alabama. The campus of Tuskegee is the only historically black college or university campus in the nation to be designated a National Historic Site. Notable alumni of the university include syndicated radio host Tom Joyner and singer Lionel Richie.

#4-Florida A&M University
 Florida A&M University, located in the hills of Tallahassee, is the only historically black institution in the State University System of Florida. The school’s mission is to educate African-Americans, but it accepts students of every race, ethnic origin and nationality. Although the "A&M" in its name stands for Agricultural and Mechanical, the university offers about 60 bachelor's degrees in a wide range of studies, with architecture, journalism and psychology among the most popular undergraduate majors. The university, more commonly known as FAMU, also offers more than 100 student organizations and several fraternities and sororities to join. Student athletes can try out for the FAMU Rattlers varsity sports teams, which compete in the NCAA Division I Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Notable FAMU alumni include Fox Sports reporter Pam Oliver and Vibe magazine co-founder Keith Clinkscales.

#5-North Carolina A&T State University
 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, or North Carolina A&T, is a historically black school and one of several engineering colleges in the state. Students can live on the school’s campus in Greensboro in traditional residence halls or Living and Learning Communities, which group students based on interests, including Project M.A.R.C.H. (Male Aggies Resolved to Change History) and S.I.S.T.E.R.S. (Students Inspiring Success Through Education Reform and Service). Notable alumni of North Carolina A&T State University include civil rights activist Jesse Jackson; his son, former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.; and E! News co-host Terrence J (Jenkins).
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