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Welcome Home! HBCUs Celebrate With A Refresh For The 2021 Homecoming Season

Emerging from the ashes of the pandemic, many Black colleges are using this year to celebrate with both style and substance.

HBCU Homecoming season has once again swept through Black College culture and despite many colleges and universities having to do virtual or hybrid events, it didn’t stop the spirit and pageantry that these schools have become known for over the years. Students and alumni ranging from Florida A&M University to Delaware State have donned their school colors and chanted their school mottos again this year with pride.

Here are some of the social media shout outs from some of the more lit homecoming celebrations that have taken place so far. Stroll the list and partake in the fun and festivities. 

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  • Saint Augustine University

    DJ Double A had it poppin at Saint Augustine University’s homecoming on Sept. 25

  • Alabama A&M

    The Maroon and White take to the field during Alabama A&M’s Homecoming halftime show on Oct. 9.

  • Grambling State

    At Grambling State, moving your body is what it was all about. Oct. 16

  • Jackson State

    Looks like nobody wanted to miss Jackson State’s homecoming game, Oct. 16

  • Morgan State University

    Morgan State is making it known that their 154th anniversary homecoming celebration was lit.

  • Southern University

    The Human Jukebox of Southern University ain’t playin’ this year. Oct. 23

  • Tuskegee University

    The sparks are flying during the Mr. and Ms. Tuskegee University Royal Coronation. Oct. 23.

  • Tennessee State University

    Think a little rain is going to dampen TSU's homecoming parade? Think again. The Aristocrats of Bands are moving down the road. Oct. 30.

  • North Carolina A&T University

    Check out the NCA&T band's drumline. Don't blink because you might miss them. Can you keep up? Oct. 30.

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