Department of Education Awards Major Grants to HBCU Graduate Institutions

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded grants totaling more than $26 million under its Historically Black Graduate Institutions program. The program is geared toward strengthening the academic resources, endowments, and physical plants of HBCUs with important graduate and professional programs. The five institutions and the grant amounts are listed below:


Tuskegee University $2,153,184

Charles R. Drew University
$2,168,924


Clark Atlanta University
$3,148,345


Morehouse School of Medicine
$11,586,008

Meharry Medical College
$7,108,166

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  1. This is very encouraging news for HBCUs. Congratulations to the universities that received the grant funding. We will be sure to share the good news on our social media channels.

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