HBCU Career Centers

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) are American institutions of higher education that were established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964. At this time there are 105 such institutions ranging in size from 400 to 13,000+ students. More than 70% of these HBCUs have a dedicated career office or career development program on their college campus. Some schools even have more than one career office.

HBCU Career Centers

This list of HBCU Career Centers is updated regularly. Use the list to see services and programs offered to students, alumni and employers.  Contact us at mrobin(at)thehbcucareercenter(dot)com, if the link for any school is broken. Links will break when HBCU career centers upgrade their websites. We do audit the list of HBCU career center regularly, but it is possible for us to miss the latest change.

Students are encouraged to register with the campus career center in the first semester. The goal is to start good career habits early!

Prospective students should explore HBCU career centers!

Increasingly, prospective students use this list of HBCU Career Centers to explore the center services offered on specific campuses. Most of these career offices have regular daytime office hours, but allow users to register at any time or ask questions of staff. Most career offices also collect data on the employment of their alumni. The HBCU Career Center website is also available 24/7 for anyone needing assistance.