HBCUs Make America Strong: The Positive Economic Impact of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Reports on the far-reaching economic benefits of HBCUs on the students they educate and their communities. The study sets forth the benefits HBCUs produce in detailed, dollars-and-cents terms and shows that money spent in, around, and by the nation’s HBCUs and their students drives economic growth both on and off campus—and that effect is multiplied over time.

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