Attend an HBCU without leaving Metro Detroit!
The Detroit Association of Black Organizations (DABO) has partnered with Saint Augustine University (SAU) in Raleigh, North Carolina to bring its third HBCU Access Hub to Detroit.
The new HBCU Urban Access Hub is offering students from Detroit the chance to attend a historically black college without having to leave their home state behind.
The new satellite office is located in DABO’S new building, Dr. LaVonne M. Sheffield Bridge Center, at 9928 Grand River Ave in Detroit. The site will offer a bachelor’s in organizational management, a master’s in public administration, and certification programs such as workforce development and continuing education.
New Religious studies scholarship!
HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) is pleased to announce a new scholarship opportunity for students pursuing religious studies. Valued at $5000, this scholarship aims to support and empower students who are dedicated to the exploration of religious principles and cultural understanding.
As the upcoming semester is set to commence on January 10, 2024, interested students are encouraged to submit their applications promptly. This scholarship not only provides financial assistance but also recognizes the significance of religious studies in fostering a well-rounded education.
HBCU remains committed to cultivating an inclusive learning environment and encourages aspiring scholars to seize this opportunity for both academic and personal growth.
For more info call 313-491-0003