Spotlight on Chapter Members who attended an HBCU
Name: Former Chapter President Soror Joy Dorsey-Whiting
College or University: Hampton University
What were your best memories at the HBCU: Everything! I absolutely loved my Hampton experience, some of the best times of my life! Meeting new friends from all over the country, becoming a member of AKA (of course) and Homecomings!!!!!
Why you would recommend others attend a HBCU: I would recommend an HBCU because of the wonderful cultural, educational and social experiences that can be had! It's an experience of a life time!!!! I will cherish it ALWAYS!

Name:  Former Chapter President Soror Chrystal Cleaves

College or University:   Voorhees College

What were your best memories at the HBCU: Meeting my lifelong friends, being exposed to the South, nothing like a HBCU party, the greatest homecomings, and becoming an Alpha Kappa Alpha woman - Fall '83, "14 Shades of Perfection" #1.

Why you would recommend others attend a HBCU: We were one big happy family, we respected each other. By attending a small college we had no other choice but to get along and make the experience one that we would be proud of and remember for a lifetime.  After attending a predominately white high school, it was a breath of fresh air to study and compete amongst my own. I would not trade the experience for anything in the world.

Name: Soror Jacquelyn Warren
College or University: Delaware State University
What were your best memories at the HBCU: Dancing at half time shows for basketball games.
Why you would recommend others attend a HBCU: DSU is a small HBCU, so it really made you feel like it was a big family.

Name: Soror Stacey Coleman
College or University: Morgan State University
What were your best memories at the HBCU: The  "Sit In" on campus and the president's office, Spring 1990, to demand dormitory improvements. Scheduling classes around noon, to hang out on the bridge. Mckeldin parties....Making life-long friends.
Why you would recommend others attend a HBCU: I would recommend Morgan because it has so much to offer in regards to the undergraduate, graduate and PHD Programs. They offer many fields of study as well as having the number one school of engineering.  Staff and faculty are fair and caring. The buildings, facilities and dormitories are new or upgraded. Morgan is its own little town.
List of Historically Black Colleges & Universities by State
Alabama A & M University
Alabama State University
Bishop State Community College
Concordia College-Selma
Gadsden State Community College
H Councill Trenholm State Technical College
J. F. Drake State Technical College
Lawson State Community College
Miles College
Oakwood University
Selma University
Shelton State Community College
Stillman College
Talladega College
Tuskegee University

Arkansas Baptist College
Philander Smith College
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Charles Drew University of Medicine
Delaware State University
Howard University
University of the District of Columbia

Bethune-Cookman University
Edward Waters College
Florida A&M University
Florida Memorial University

Albany State University
Clark Atlanta University
Fort Valley State University
Interdenominational Theological Center
Morehouse College
Morehouse School of Medicine
Morris Brown College
Paine College
Savannah State University
Spelman College

Kentucky State University
Simmons College

Dillard University
Grambling State University
Southern University and A&M College
Southern University at New Orleans
Xavier University of Louisiana
Southern University at Shreveport

Bowie State University
Coppin State University
Morgan State University
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

Alcorn State University
Coahoma Community College
Hinds Community College-Utica
Jackson State University
Mississippi Valley State University
Rust College
Tougaloo College

Harris-Stowe State University
Lincoln University of Missouri

Barber-Scotia College
Bennett College
Elizabeth City State University
Fayetteville State University
Johnson C. Smith University
Livingstone College
North Carolina A&T State University
North Carolina Central University
St. Augustine’s College
Shaw University
Winston Salem State University

Central State University
Wilberforce University

Langston University

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
Lincoln University

Allen University
Benedict College
Claflin University
Clinton Junior College
Denmark Technical College
Morris College
South Carolina State University
Voorhees College

American Baptist College
Fisk University
Knoxville College
Lane College
LeMoyne-Owen College
Meharry Medical College
Tennessee State University

Huston-Tillotson University
Jarvis Christian College
Paul Quinn College
Prairie View A&M University
Southwestern Christian College
St. Philip’s College
Texas College
Texas Southern University
Wiley College

Hampton University
Norfolk State University
Saint Paul’s College
Virginia State University
Virginia Union University
Virginia University of Lynchburg

Bluefield State College
West Virginia State University

University of the Virgin Islands
University of the Virgin Islands-Kingshill
Last Updated: December 28, 2014