Common Black College Application
Common Application for Black Colleges: Apply for 37 HBCUs
The Common Application, started in 1975, represents 346 institutions, including Harvard and Princeton universities and HBCUs such as Morehouse, Spelman and Xavier University. The Universal College Application, started in 2007, has 78 large public Ivy League institutions. The Black College Common Application is the first to serve only HBCUs.
Check Status Of EDU, Inc. Common Black College Application
Clark Atlanta University is the most recent addition to the list of schools using the Black College Common Application, started in 1998 by EDU Inc. President Robert Mason to increase the marketing and recruitment efforts of HBCUs nationally. In one step, Mason said, the EDU application allows a prospective student to receive acceptance letters, financial aid packages and scholarship offers to several different colleges.