Our company is committed to helping our educational partner institution extend its online educational reach, and we believe this program will significantly enhance opportunities for students seeking to attend a historically black university such as Langston University," added Chairman Brown.
What does HBU stand for?
HBU stands for Historically Black University
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 12 other meanings of HBU in our Acronym Attic
- Human Brain Tumor Stem Cell Assay
- Hubble Bubble Toil & Trouble
- Happy Birthday to You
- Human Behavior Technology Working Group
- Happy Birthday to You
- Heat Build Up (tires or rubber products)
- Hellweg Berufskolleg Unna (German: Hellweg Vocational College Unna; Unna, Germany)
- Highest and Best Use (property valuation)
- Hilfsbetriebeumrichter (German)
- Hollandsche Bank-Unie (Dutch bank; now Deutsche Bank)
- Homebrew Bittering Units (beer bitterness measure)
- Houston Baptist University (Houston, Texas)
- How Bout U
- Huntington Beach Union High School District (California)
- Hospital Bahagia Ulu Kinta (Malaysia)
- Huntington Beach Underground Pancrase (California)
- Hardware Blocking/Unblocking Reception
- Harrisonburg, Virginia
- Haskell Bottom Up Rewrite Generator
Samples in periodicals archive:
Texas Southern is a historically Black university in Houston with an enrollment approaching 10,000 students.
However, Diverse correspondent Ken Cooper reports on one historically Black university in particular that has made a significant dent in diversifying the applicant pool for the prestigious Fulbright program, the largest international exchange program for students and scholars sponsored by the U.
Ruth Witherspoon, interim dean of the Florida A&M University College of Law, said it's been tough to meet the mission of a historically black university.
Barely a decade ago, Florida Memorial College, South Florida's only historically black university, suffered from financial mismanagement, lax academic standards and dwindling resources.
While the details in the entry include the 1854 founding date of Lincoln University, Pennsylvania (the oldest historically Black university in the United States), and the location near Philadelphia clearly point to the specific Lincoln University attended by Langston Hughes, a simple "Pennsylvania" would help make the distinction clear from the outset.
The only two historically black university presses in the U.