What state has the most HBCU schools?


What state has the most HBCU schools?

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Alabama has the most Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The list of HBCUs in Alabama includes: Alabama A&M University (Huntsville), Alabama State University (Montgomery), Gadsden State College (Gadsden), J.F. Drake State Technical College (Huntsville), Lawson State Community College (Birmingham), Miles College (Fairfield), Oakwood University (Huntsville), Selma University (Selma), Shelton State Community College (Tuscaloosa), Stillman College (Tuscaloosa), Talladega College (Talladega), Tuskegee University (Tuskegee), and H. Councill Trenholm State Community College (Montgomery).

Texas also has a large number of HBCUs. That list includes: Huston-Tillotson University (Austin), Jarvis Christian College (Hawkins), Paul Quinn College (Dallas), Prairie View A&M University (Prairie View), Southwestern Christian College (Terrell), St. Philip's College (San Antonio), Texas College (Tyler), Texas Southern University (Houston), and Wiley College (Marshall).

Some of the states with the smallest number of HBCUs include California, Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

For more information on HBCUs, check out this article: Top Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU)

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