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The National HBCU Alumni Associations Foundation (NHBCUAAF) was formed in 2016 to be a resource for over 100 HBCUs and their alumni associations for capacity building, membership development, and fundraising strategies. We recognize that alumni associations are important to colleges/universities and that they help colleges/universities realize the power and impact alumni associations bring to them.
The NHBCUAAF offers the following membership structures: Individuals, Organizations, and Corporations. For a brief introduction of each level, including the fee schedule, see our MEMBERSHIP STRUCTURE .
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#GivingTuesday begins on November 29th, NHBCUAAF has set an ambitious goal to raise $15,000 by midnight on November 30th.
Invest in the critical work of NHBCUAAF by making a generous donation to support our initiatives across the U.S. and empower and strengthen the wellbeing of our HBCU communities. (more…)
What is an HBCU and more?
Historically black colleges and universities are institutions of higher education in the United States that were established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with the intention of primarily serving the African-American community. (more…)
Mr. Ty Couey, President of NHBCUAAF was interviewed by Fox TV host Regina Gonzalez (www.live now fox.com) on February 2, 2022 at 9am concerning the recent Bomb Threats at various HBCUs across the country from an HBCU alumni POV.
Click to view and listen to the discussion. (more…)