8 Artists who Attended HBCUs

by Chloe S. Epstein

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are places of creativity and have birthed many artists. Today’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up features 8 of the most prominent artists, poets, singers, and writers who attended HBCUs.

1) Toni Morrison—Howard University


Toni Morrison went to Howard University in 1949. She went on to be an award winning writer, editor, and professor who was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1988.

2) Nikki Giovanni—Fisk University


Nikki Giovanni is an American poet who went to Fisk University in 1960.
She rose to prominence in the late 1960s as one of the authors of the Black Arts Movement.

3) Erykah Badu—Grambling State University


Erykah Badu is a singer, songwriter, and record producer known as the “Queen of Neo Soul.” She went to Grambling State University.

4) Langston Hughes—Lincoln University


Langston Hughes was a famous poet from the Harlem Renaissance who attended Lincoln University in 1928.

5) Alice Walker—Spelman College


Alice Walker is a writer and poet who wrote The Color Purple (1982) and attended Spelman College in 1961.

6) Cab Callaway—Lincoln University


Cab Callaway was a jazz singer and bandleader who attended Lincoln University and was known for his “scat” singing.

7) Claude McKay—Tuskegee University


Claude McKay was a writer and poet during the Harlem Renaissance who attended Tuskegee Institute (as it was then called) in 1912.

8) Melvin B. Tolson—Fisk and Lincoln Universities


Melvin B. Tolson was a Modernist poet and writer during the Harlem Renaissance who went to Fisk University in 1919 but later transferred to Lincoln University.

State Spotlight: Florida’s 10 Hispanic Serving Institutions

While most are aware of the vast number of Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) in California and Texas, Florida’s HSIs get less attention. This week’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up corrects that trend and features a #statespotlight on Florida’s HSIs. At these and all HSIs, undergraduate students who identify as Hispanic make up at least 25 percent of total enrollment.

1. Barry University


2. Florida Atlantic University


3. Florida International University


4. Hillsborough Community College


5. Hodges University


6. Miami Dade College


7. Nova Southeastern University

Nova Southeastern University, Business School

8. Palm Beach State College


9. St. Thomas University


10. Valencia College


9 Fraternities and Sororities Founded at a Minority Serving Institutions

by DeShaun Bennett

Greek Letter Organizations (GLOs), whether being social/general or professional, are an important part of the student experience at Minority Serving Institutions. GLOs develop students’ character and leadership abilities as well as provide service, scholarship ,and leadership to college campuses. Today’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up features 9 fraternities and sororities that were founded at MSIs.

1. Zeta Chi Phi – University of Texas – San Antonio 


Zeta Chi Phi Multicultural Sorority Inc. was founded January 30, 2003 on the campus of the University of Texas- San Antonio by eight women: Sneha Bandreddi, Marcia Yvonne Davis, Amirah Pauline Saldivar-Smith, Claudia Sanchez, 2nd Lt. Janet Christine Sapatu, Tran Que Tang, Maya Susan Thomas, and Kayla Susanna Weed. The purpose of Zeta Chi Phi is to increase the popularity of their common interests to maintain a steadfast commitment to multiculturalism, education, democracy, integrity, community service, and loveliness. The sorority’s mission is to promote cultural awareness and diversity to the community and to make a difference by educating the public.

2. Omega Psi Phi – Howard University


Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., the first international fraternal organization founded on the campus of a historically black college, Howard University, located in Washington, D.C., was founded November 23, 1911. The founders were Edgar Amos Love, Oscar James Cooper, Frank Coleman, and Ernest Everett Just. According to the fraternities website, the name Omega Psi Phi was derived from the phrase “friendship is essential to the soul,” which was then selected as the motto. Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift were adopted as Cardinal Principles.

3. Delta Phi Omega – University of Houston


Delta Phi Omega Sorority Inc. was established on December 6, 1998 on the campus of University of Houston by sixteen South Asian women. Delta Phi Omega’s motto is “We Dreamt, We Saw, We Conquered,” and its mission is “to foster unity among South Asian women, build community awareness, and gain a greater understanding of oneself and others . . . The sorority aspires to instill leadership traits, excel in all academic endeavors, to encourage an active relationship between the sorority and its respective university, and shall do so with the utmost compassion, dignity, and fortitude.”

4. Iota Phi Theta – Morgan State University


On September 19, 1963, at Morgan State College (now Morgan State University), 12 students founded Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated. Iota Phi Theta’s purpose is, “The development and perpetuation of Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship, Fidelity, and Brotherhood among Men.” Additionally, the Fraternity’s motto is: “Building a Tradition, Not Resting Upon One!”

5. Delta Xi Phi – University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign 


Delta Xi Phi Multicultural Sorority Inc. was founded April 20th, 1994 on the campus of University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign by fifteen women. Delta Xi Phi has 5 main pillars: Advancement of women through higher education, increasing multicultural awareness, community service, sisterhood, and friendship. The sorority’s motto is “What’s possible has been done. What’s impossible must be done”.

6. Alpha Nu Omega – Morgan State University 


Alpha Nu Omega, a national Christian fraternity and sorority, was founded on the campus of Morgan State University in 1988. The purpose of Alpha Nu Omega is “to present a Christian alternative to the students and/or faculty on college/university campuses, to minister to the needs of the whole person (spirit, soul, and body), and to promote an attitude of academic excellence among its members.” Alpha Nu Omega focuses on four core values: LeadershipIntegrityFamily, and Education. 

7. Alpha Kappa Alpha – Howard University


Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority, the first Negro Greek-letter sorority, was founded on January 15, 1908 on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. AKA was founded with a mission to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of “Service to All Mankind”.

8. Sigma Delta Alpha – San Jose State University 


On May 5, 1992 on the campus of San Jose State University, Sigma Delta Alpha Fraternity Inc. was founded. Sigma Delta Alpha strives “To support each other academically, socially, and personally, to encourage the promotion and retention of all underrepresented groups at institutions of higher learning, to work with other organizations and our community, to promote all underrepresented cultures and traditions to the community, and to conduct ourselves so as to cast a positive light upon the Fraternity, ourselves, and our community.” Sigma Delta Alpha has a national philanthropy of men’s health.

9. Delta Sigma Theta – Howard University


Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded on January 13, 1913 by 22 collegiate women at Howard University in Washington D.C. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college-educated women committed to the development of its members and to public service, a primary focus being the Black community. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. provides an array of public service initiatives through its Five-Point Program: Thrust of Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement.

Note: Information on each GLO was gathered from its respective national website, which can be located by following the link in their name. 

44 Olympians that Attended HBCUs

by Louis Bolling (guest author)


The 2016 Olympics start this week on August 5 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. More than 10,500 athletes are expected to compete in over ‎300 events in 28 sports. Notably, HBCU alum have represented the United States of America and many other countries, often excelling in Track & Field (such as Wilma Rudolph, pictured above). In recognition of the event, this week’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up features a list of Olympians who attended HBCUs.

  1. Edwin Moses, Morehouse College

  2. Lenora Guion-Firmin, University of Maryland Eastern Shore

  3. David Oliver, Howard University

  4. Lee Calhoun, North Carolina Central University

  5. Jim Hines, Texas Southern University

  6. Amara Jones, Savannah State University

  7. Bon Hayes, Florida A&M University

  8. Lavonne Idlette, Florida A&M University

  9. Kellie Wells, Hampton University

  10. Francena McCorory, Hampton University

  11. Leford Green, Johnson C. Smith College

  12. Shermaine Williams, Johnson C. Smith University

  13. Michael Tinsley, Jackson State University

  14. Anaso Jododwana, Jackson State University

  15. Clive Terrelonge, Lincoln University

  16. Semoy Hackett, Lincoln University

  17. Chandra Sturrup, Norfolk State University

  18. Chris Brown, Norfolk State University

  19. Coach George Williams, St. Augustine’s University

  20. Ramon Gittens, St. Augustine’s University

  21. Dane Hyatt, St. Augustine’s University

  22. Josh Culbreath, Morgan State University

  23. Rochelle Stevens, Morgan State University

  24. Jack Pierce, Morgan State University

  25. Tubotein Taylor, Morgan State University

  26. Allison Randall, Morgan State University

  27. Mabel Walker Thorton, Tuskegee University

  28. Dr. Nell Jackson, Tuskegee University

  29. Theresa Manuel, Tuskegee University

  30. Alice Coachman, Tuskegee University

  31. Barbara Jean Jacket, Tuskegee University

  32. Wilma Rudolph, Tennessee State University

  33. Willye White, Tennessee State University

  34. Coach Ed Temple, Tennessee State University

  35. Ralph Boston, Tennessee State University

  36. Chandra Danette Cheeseborough, Tennessee State University

  37. Martha Hudson, Tennessee State University

  38. Edith Marie McGuire, Tennessee State University

  39. Wyomia Tyus, Tennessee State University

  40. Isabelle Daniels, Tennessee State University

  41. Barbara Pearl Jones, Tennessee State University

  42. Lucinda Williams Adams, Tennessee State University

  43. Madeline Manning Mims, Tennessee State University

  44. Mae Faggs, Tennessee State University

5 Dual Designated Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs)

It has been projected that by 2020, we will become a majority minority nation. With this rapid change, more institutions will become Minority Serving Institutions and even achieve dual-designation status. This week’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up highlights 5 institutions that are already dual designated as Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs). These institutions work to support high numbers of Hispanic and Black students.

1. City Colleges of of Chicago – Malcolm X College 


Student Demographics: Black: 57% & Hispanic: 25%

2. El Camino College – Compton Center


Student Demographics: Black: 33.6% & Hispanic: 52.4%

3. Los Angeles Southwest College


Student Demographics: Black: 44.4% & Hispanic: 46.6%

4. West Los Angeles College


Student Demographics: Black: 30.4% &Hispanic: 40.0%

5. Metropolitan College of New York


Student Demographics: Black: 60% & Hispanic: 20%

State Spotlight: New York’s 10 AANAPISIs

by Marietess Masulit 

This week’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up is a #StateSpotlight on AANAPISIs in the state of New York. Check out each institution below!

1) Bramson ORT College


Bramson ORT College is a not-for-profit technical college that offers students affordable tuition, small class sizes, and hands-on training.

2) CUNY Bernard M Baruch College


Baruch College has one of the most diverse student populations in the country, serving over 18,000 students. Asian and Pacific Islander students account for 40% of the student population.

3) CUNY Brooklyn College

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Brooklyn College enrolls over 17,000 students and offers 120 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Asian students make up about 15% of the campus.

4) CUNY Hunter College 

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Hunter College was founded in 1870 and is the largest college within the City University of New York (CUNY) system. The campus serves over 23,000 students.

5) CUNY Kingsborough Community College


Kingsborough is dedicated to “providing both liberal arts and career education…to promote student learning and development.” The campus educates a diverse student population of approximately 14,000 students.

6) CUNY Queens College


Queens College was founded in 1937 and is viewed by its locals as “the college of the future.” Asian and Pacific Islander students account for 26% of the student population and the campus enrolls close to 19,000 students overall.

7) New York Institute of Technology


New York Institute of Technology serves approximately 12,000 students a year from all around the country. The campus offers 90 degree programs and is dedicated to providing career-oriented education and giving access to students.

8) Polytechnic Institute of New York University


Invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship are important aspects of the Polytechnic Institute of New York University. The institution believes in project-based coursework to give students experiences in solving problems in order to push their thinking and innovation.

9) Pratt Institute-Main


Pratt was founded in 1887, with the main campus located in Brooklyn and another location in Manhattan. In total, the institution enrolls approximately 4,600 students.

10) St. John’s University – New York


St. John’s University is a private Catholic and Vincentian institution founded in 1870. The institution is committed to academic excellence and the pursuit of wisdom, offering over 100 programs in the areas of business, education, health sciences, liberal arts, and more.

The 10 States/Territories with the Most Minority Serving Institutions

by DeShaun Bennett

Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), as defined by the U.S Department of Education, are institutions of higher education whose enrollment of a single minority or a combination of minorities exceeds 50 percent of the total enrollment. MSIs represented 20 percent of the total U.S. undergraduate enrollment: approximately 3.6 million undergraduate students. Below are the 10 states/territories with the most MSIs:


*Note:Puerto Rico is not pictured on the map.

1) California (139)

  • College of Alameda
  • Allan Hancock College
  • American River College
  • Antelope Valley College
  • Bakersfield College
  • Barstow Community College
  • Cabrillo College
  • California College of the Arts
  • California State University-Bakersfield
  • California State University-Stanislaus
  • California State University-San Bernardino
  • California State Polytechnic University-Pomona
  • California State University-Dominguez Hills
  • California State University-Fresno
  • California State University-Fullerton
  • California State University-East Bay
  • California State University-Long Beach
  • California State University-Los Angeles
  • California State University-Northridge
  • California State University-Sacramento
  • University of California-Irvine
  • University of California-Riverside
  • California Christian College
  • Canada College
  • College of the Canyons
  • Casa Loma College-Van Nuys
  • Cerritos College
  • Chabot College
  • Chaffey College
  • Citrus College
  • City College of San Francisco
  • Coastline Community College
  • El Camino College-Compton Center
  • Contra Costa College
  • Cosumnes River College
  • Crafton Hills College
  • Cuyamaca College
  • Cypress College
  • De Anza College
  • College of the Desert
  • East Los Angeles College
  • El Camino Community College District
  • Evergreen Valley College
  • Fresno City College
  • Fresno Pacific University
  • Fullerton College
  • Gavilan College
  • Glendale Community College
  • Hartnell College
  • Holy Names University
  • Humphreys College-Stockton and Modesto Campuses
  • Imperial Valley College
  • Reedley College
  • University of La Verne
  • Laguna College of Art and Design
  • Laney College
  • La Sierra University
  • Long Beach City College
  • Los Angeles Harbor College
  • Los Angeles Pierce College
  • Los Angeles Southwest College
  • Los Angeles Trade Technical College
  • Los Angeles Valley College
  • Los Angeles City College
  • Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health
  • Los Angeles Mission College
  • Los Medanos College
  • Merced College
  • Merritt College
  • MiraCosta College
  • Mission College
  • Modesto Junior College
  • Monterey Peninsula College
  • Mt. San Antonio College
  • Mount St. Mary’s College
  • Mt. San Jacinto Community College District
  • Napa Valley College
  • National University
  • Notre Dame de Namur University
  • Ohlone Community College
  • Orange Coast College
  • Otis College of Art and Design
  • Oxnard College
  • Pacific Oaks College
  • University of the Pacific
  • Palo Verde College
  • Palomar College
  • Pasadena City College
  • Porterville College
  • Santa Ana College
  • Rio Hondo College
  • Riverside City College
  • Sacramento City College
  • San Diego City College
  • San Diego Mesa College
  • San Diego State University
  • University of San Francisco
  • San Joaquin Delta College
  • San Jose City College
  • San Jose State University
  • College of San Mateo
  • Santa Barbara City College
  • Santa Monica College
  • College of the Sequoias
  • Skyline College
  • San Bernardino Valley College
  • Solano Community College
  • Southwestern College
  • University of Southern California
  • Taft College
  • Ventura College
  • Victor Valley College
  • Berkeley City College
  • West Hills College Coalinga
  • West Los Angeles College
  • West Valley College
  • Whittier College
  • Woodbury University
  • Yuba College
  • Antioch University-Santa Barbara
  • California State University-San Marcos
  • Los Angeles ORT College-Los Angeles Campus
  • Los Angeles ORT College-Van Nuys Campus
  • Santiago Canyon College
  • California State University-Monterey Bay
  • East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program
  • San Diego State University-Imperial Valley Campus
  • California State University-Channel Islands
  • University of California-Merced
  • Community Christian College
  • West Hills College Lemoore
  • Woodland Community College
  • Norco College

2) Texas (68)

  • Alvin Community College
  • Amarillo College
  • Angelo State University
  • Austin Community College District
  • Coastal Bend College
  • Brazosport College
  • Brookhaven College
  • Cedar Valley College
  • Clarendon College
  • Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi
  • Del Mar College
  • Eastfield College
  • El Centro College
  • El Paso Community College
  • Galveston College
  • Houston Baptist University
  • Houston Community College
  • University of Houston-Downtown
  • University of Houston
  • Howard College
  • Huston-Tillotson University
  • University of the Incarnate Word
  • Jarvis Christian College
  • Laredo Community College
  • Texas A & M International University
  • Lee College
  • Midland College
  • Mountain View College
  • Lone Star College System
  • North Lake College
  • Northwood University-Texas
  • Odessa College
  • Our Lady of the Lake University-San Antonio
  • The University of Texas-Pan American
  • The University of Texas at Brownsville
  • Paul Quinn College
  • Prairie View A & M University
  • Richland College
  • Saint Edward’s University
  • St Philip’s College
  • University of St Thomas
  • San Antonio College
  • San Jacinto Community College
  • Mary’s University
  • South Plains College
  • Southwest Texas Junior College
  • Texas State University-San Marcos
  • Southwestern Adventist University
  • Southwestern Christian College
  • Sul Ross State University
  • The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
  • Texas A & M University-Kingsville
  • The University of Texas at Arlington
  • The University of Texas at El Paso
  • Texas College
  • The University of Texas of the Permian Basin
  • The University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Texas Southern University
  • Texas State Technical College Harlingen
  • Victoria College
  • Western Texas College
  • Wharton County Junior College
  • Wiley College
  • Palo Alto College
  • College of Biblical Studies-Houston
  • South Texas College
  • Northwest Vista College
  • Baptist University of the Americas

3) Puerto Rico (49)

  • American University of Puerto Rico
  • Universidad Adventista de las Antillas
  • Atlantic University College
  • Bayamon Central University
  • Carlos Albizu University-San Juan
  • Caribbean University-Bayamon
  • Caribbean University-Carolina
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico
  • Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios-San Juan
  • Universidad Metropolitana
  • Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music
  • Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Puerto Rico
  • Humacao Community College
  • Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico-Recinto de Guayama
  • Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico-Recinto de Ponce
  • Instituto Tecnologico de Puerto Rico-Recinto de San Juan
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-San German
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Aguadilla
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Barranquitas
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Metro
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Ponce
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Fajardo
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Guayama
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Bayamon
  • University of Puerto Rico-Aguadilla
  • University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo
  • University of Puerto Rico-Bayamon
  • University of Puerto Rico-Carolina
  • University of Puerto Rico at Cayey
  • University of Puerto Rico-Humacao
  • University of Puerto Rico-Utuado
  • University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
  • University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences
  • University of Puerto Rico-Ponce
  • University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras
  • Universidad Del Este
  • University of Sacred Heart
  • Universidad Central Del Caribe
  • Universidad Politecnica de Puerto Rico-Hato Rey Campus
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
  • Universidad Del Turabo
  • Caribbean University-Ponce
  • Caribbean University-Vega Baja
  • Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios-Humacao
  • Universal Technology College of Puerto Rico
  • Dewey University
  • Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios-Bayamon

4) New York (29)

  • Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology
  • Boricua College
  • Bramson ORT College
  • Metropolitan College of New York
  • CUNY Bernard M Baruch College
  • CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College
  • CUNY Bronx Community College
  • CUNY Brooklyn College
  • CUNY City College
  • CUNY Hostos Community College
  • CUNY Hunter College
  • CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • CUNY Kingsborough Community College
  • CUNY LaGuardia Community College
  • CUNY Lehman College
  • CUNY Medgar Evers College
  • CUNY New York City College of Technology
  • CUNY Queens College
  • CUNY Queensborough Community College
  • CUNY York College
  • Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus
  • Mercy College
  • College of Mount Saint Vincent
  • The College of New Rochelle
  • New York Institute of Technology
  • Polytechnic Institute of New York University
  • Pratt Institute-Main
  • Professional Business College
  • St. John’s University -New York

5) New Mexico (27)

  • Central New Mexico Community College
  • Navajo Technical College
  • New Mexico State University-Dona Ana
  • Clovis Community College
  • Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus
  • Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell Campus
  • Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture
  • New Mexico Highlands University
  • New Mexico Junior College
  • New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
  • University of New Mexico-Los Alamos Campus
  • University of New Mexico-Main Campus
  • New Mexico State University-Alamogordo
  • New Mexico State University-Carlsbad
  • New Mexico State University-Grants
  • New Mexico State University-Main Campus
  • University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus
  • Northern New Mexico College
  • San Juan College
  • Santa Fe Community College
  • University of the Southwest
  • Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute
  • University of New Mexico-Taos Campus
  • Mesalands Community College
  • Western New Mexico University

6) Georgia (27)

  • Albany Technical College
  • Darton State College
  • Albany State University
  • Atlanta Technical College
  • Point University
  • Atlanta Metropolitan State College
  • Clark Atlanta University
  • Augusta Technical College
  • Bainbridge College
  • Clayton State University
  • Columbus Technical College
  • East Georgia State College
  • Fort Valley State University
  • Southern Crescent Technical College
  • Interdenominational Theological Center
  • Central Georgia Technical College
  • Morehouse College
  • Morehouse School of Medicine
  • Paine College
  • Savannah Technical College
  • Savannah State University
  • South Georgia Technical College
  • Spelman College
  • Georgia Perimeter College
  • Georgia Piedmont Technical College
  • Oconee Fall Line Technical College
  • Shorter University-College of Adult & Professional Programs

7) North Carolina (25)

  • Bennett College for Women
  • Bladen Community College
  • Chowan University
  • Durham Technical Community College
  • Edgecombe Community College
  • Elizabeth City State University
  • Fayetteville Technical Community College
  • Fayetteville State University
  • Guilford Technical Community College
  • Halifax Community College
  • James Sprunt Community College
  • Johnson C Smith University
  • Lenoir Community College
  • Livingstone College
  • North Carolina A & T State University
  • North Carolina Central University
  • North Carolina Wesleyan College
  • University of North Carolina at Pembroke
  • Richmond Community College
  • Roanoke-Chowan Community College
  • Robeson Community College
  • Saint Augustine’s University
  • Shaw University
  • Wilson Community College
  • Winston-Salem State University

8) Illinois (22)

  • Chicago State University
  • City Colleges of Chicago-Kennedy-King College
  • City Colleges of Chicago-Malcolm X College
  • City Colleges of Chicago-Olive-Harvey College
  • City Colleges of Chicago-Harry S Truman College
  • City Colleges of Chicago-Richard J Daley College
  • City Colleges of Chicago-Harold Washington College
  • City Colleges of Chicago-Wilbur Wright College
  • College of DuPage
  • East-West University
  • Elgin Community College
  • University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Lexington College
  • Morton College
  • Northeastern Illinois University
  • Oakton Community College
  • Prairie State College
  • Saint Augustine College
  • South Suburban College
  • Triton College
  • Waubonsee Community College
  • Harper College

9) Alabama (20)

  • Alabama A & M University
  • Alabama State University
  • Chattahoochee Valley Community College
  • Concordia College Alabama
  • Gadsden State Community College
  • George C Wallace State Community College-Selma
  • J F Drake State Technical College
  • Lawson State Community College-Birmingham Campus
  • University of West Alabama
  • Miles College
  • Oakwood University
  • Alabama Southern Community College
  • Bishop State Community College
  • Selma University
  • Shelton State Community College
  • Stillman College
  • Talladega College
  • H Councill Trenholm State Technical College
  • Troy University
  • Tuskegee University

10) Florida (18)

  • Barry University
  • Bethune-Cookman University
  • Broward College
  • Carlos Albizu University-Miami
  • Edward Waters College
  • Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
  • Florida International University
  • Florida Memorial University
  • Hillsborough Community College
  • Trinity International University-Florida
  • Miami Dade College
  • Nova Southeastern University
  • Saint John Vianney College Seminary
  • Thomas University
  • Valencia College
  • Hodges University
  • Johnson & Wales University-North Miami
  • City College-Miami