HBCU Review: 16 HBCUs Make Forbes Magazine’s 2013 Top Colleges List

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HBCU Review: 16 HBCUs Make Forbes Magazine’s 2013 List of Top Colleges

HBCUs make Forbes list, Alabama State University’s smoking policy, Pell Grant changes affect HBCU students, and more HBCU news headlines. — Dominique Zonyéé and LaToya Bowlah

Fisk University, Spelman and Morehouse College ranked highest among the HBCUs on Forbes Magazine’s list of top institutions to attend this year. The magazine derived their list based on factions that affect college students such as financial aid, tuition and job acquisition. Out of 650 institutions, 16 are HBCUs. 

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