Jasmine Preston, Atlanta. “I think they are still more economically feasible [than other institutions] and you get in touch with your heritage.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Demetrius Ferrell, Atlanta. “I think anybody should go if they want to and that the schools should adjust their prices so that students can learn.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
S’Maria Gray, Atlanta. “First of all not all HBCUs are private institutions (I attended North Carolina A&T)… A good reason to attend an HBCU is that it’s a good chance to attain a cultural foundation.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Gray Cole, Lake Spivey. “My preference is they should go for the experience itself; to experience the history of attending a private HBC University or college… If it was my son I would prefer to send him there versus another school and it’s all about cost. It’s worth it just for him to experience that history.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Erica Wright, Atlanta. “They should go. I think it depends on their major and what they are studying and based on their majors they should have the experience of going to the private schools, no matter the costs.” Photo by Vincent Christie.