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

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HBCUs Work to Improve NCAA Academic Guideline Scores

Hampton football is back in the NCAA's radar as an eligible team for the postseason due to improved academic scores. Seventy-eight percent of Division I teams that scored below the cutoff rating for postseason eligibility were from HBCUs.

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