HBCU Transfer Opportunities

Our program guarantees admission to 37 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), allowing students to complete their undergraduate degree journey.

Ready to start your future at an HBCU?

Step 1

Begin researching our HBCU partner institutions.

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STEP 2

Meet with a community college counselor to discuss your schools of interest and review ALL college transcripts to ensure you meet program requirements.

STEP 3

Obtain a fee waiver code from your counselor in order to complete the Common Black College Application.

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STEP 4

Fill out our program contact form for hands-on guidance through the transfer process.

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STEP 5

For HBCUs not found on the Common Black College App website, reach out to the school's contact listed below in the HBCU partners section in order to apply directly.

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Questions?

If you have questions about the transfer process, we’re here to help. Send an email with your name and contact number, the California community college you currently attend or plan to attend, and your chosen HBCU along with your question to hbcutransfer@cccco.edu. Our average response time is 48 hours.

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HBCU Transfer Agreement

The California Community Colleges Transfer Guarantee to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Program makes it easy for students to get from a California community college to an HBCU. This program simplifies the transfer process and reduces the need for students to take unnecessary courses, which shortens the time it takes to get a degree and saves money along the way.

Meet Our 37 HBCU Partners

We are proud to have partnered with a wide variety of HBCU institutions that offer a variety of degree programs and with varying regional locations that include rural, suburban and urban communities.

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  • Alabama State University

    ​915 S. Jackson Street
    Montgomery, Alabama 36104

    Randall Massey, District Recruiter & Transfer Specialist
    rmassey@alasu.edu
    334-229-4806

    https://www.alasu.edu/
  • Alcorn State University

    1000 ASU Drive
    Lorman, Mississippi 39096-7500

    Mrs. Katangelia Tenner, Director for Admissions
    ksampson@alcorn.edu
    601-877-6148

    https://www.alcorn.edu/
  • Arkansas Baptist College

    1600 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
    Little Rock, AR 72202

    James Burrell, Director of Admissions
    James.burrell@arkansasbaptist.edu

    www.arkansasbaptist.edu
  • Benedict College

    1600 Harden Street
    Columbia, South Carolina 29204

    Mrs. Keisha Montgomery, Director of Admissions and Recruitment
    Keisha.Montgomery@benedict.edu
    803-705-4910

    https://www.benedict.edu/
  • Bennett College

    900 E, Washington St.
    Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

    Jasmine Faison, Admissions Counselor/Recruiter
    jfaison@bennett.edu
    336-517-2167

    https://www.bennett.edu/
  • Bethune-Cookman University

    640 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard
    Daytona Beach, Florida 32114

    Carol Brown, Transfer Student Services Coordinator
    brownc@cookman.edu
    386-481-2105

    https://www.cookman.edu/
  • Bowie State University

    14000 Jericho Park Road
    Bowie, Maryland 20715-9465

    Lawrence Webb, Admissions Counselor
    lwebb@bowiestate.edu
    301-860-3370

    https://www.bowiestate.edu/
  • Central State University

    1400 Brush Row Road
    Wilberforce, Ohio 45384

    Amanda McCombs, Enrollment Specialist
    amccombs@centralstate.edu
    937-376-6596

    https://www.centralstate.edu/
  • Claflin University

    400 Magnolia Street
    Orangeburg, South Carolina 29115

    Reynolda Brown, VP Enrollment Management
    reybrown@claflin.edu
    803-535-5569

    https://www.claflin.edu/
  • Clark Atlanta University

    223 James P. Brawley Dr., S.W.
    Atlanta, Georgia 30314

    Antonio McFarland, Senior Recruiter
    amcfarland@cau.edu
    404-880-6342

    https://www.cau.edu/

Upcoming Events

Events are always taking place on HBCU campuses. Be sure to check often as events are continually added throughout the year.

Your future shouldn’t be out of reach

Explore scholarships to qualifying HBCUs and get the financial support you need to make your dreams a reality. Check beck often to see if new scholarships have been added.

Daniel Krevin

Student, Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

It’s great taking this program and knowing that there’s going to be a job waiting for you when you’re finished.

If you are an HBCU who values the contributions of transfer students on your campus and would like to learn more about the program, please contact us for more information.

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