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10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

There are 107 HBCUs across the country. Most of these universities and colleges are in small southern towns, but not all! Some HBCUs are in some of the most beautiful and touristic cities in America. Visit these beautiful southern cities and fall in love. The sights alone will have you ready to commit to one of these HBCU cities.

Black Southern Belle presentsA�10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall.

  1. Huntsville, Alabama

    1459429714385_best-neighborhoods-in-huntsville-al-for-young-professionals-featured 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this FallHuntsville, AL is the home of three HBCUs; Oakwood University,A�J.F. Drake State Technical College, andA�Alabama A&M University.

  2. Nashville, Tennessee

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    Nashville, TN… not only the legendary place of country music, but also home of four HBCUs includingA�American Baptist College,A�Fisk University,A�Meharry Medical College, andA�Tennessee State University.

  3. Jackson, MississippiHERO%202_Getty_Jackson_WEB72DPI 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Jackson, Mississippi is home toA�Jackson State andA�Tougaloo College, two well known HBCUs.

  4. Baton Rouge, Louisianabackground-shreveport-la 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Baton Rouge, LA is the third largest city in the state and the home of Southern University.

  5. Louisville, Kentuckyskyline-day 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Visit Louisville, KY and see more than those Kentucky derbies. A�Louisville is the birth place of Simmons College – Kentucky, the 107th HBCU.

  6. Atlanta, Georgiaatlanta_georgia 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Atlanta, GA is the south’s favorite city. It also houses three of the most poplar HBCUs, Spelman College, Morehouse College, and Clark Atlanta University.

  7. Little Rock, ArkansasAerial%20Downtown%20Little%20Rock%20Junction%20Bridge%20_ACH_2424 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Little Rock, AR produced three small historically black colleges. Little Rock hasA�Shorter College,A�Philander Smith College, andA�Arkansas Baptist College.

  8. Houston, TexasHouston_night 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Houston, TX, the fourth largest city in the US and home of the Texas Southern University Tigers.

  9. Daytona Beach, Floridadaytonabeach-large 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Daytona Beach, Florida is like paradise everyday. Feel like you’re going on a luxurious vacation and see the historicA�Bethune-Cookman University in one place!

  10. Columbia, South Carolina1400-columbia-sc-plaza.imgcache.rev559cb35f78dc720d22020ab048d23bfa.web 10 Southern HBCU Cities to Visit this Fall

    Columbia, SC is the home of two private HBCUs;A�Benedict College andA�Allen University.

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