There have been some major shifts on the annual list of top HBCUs!
U.S. News & World Report ran the numbers, and announced its list of the best Historicially Black Colleges and Universities. To make the list an institution must be an undergrad, baccalaureate-granting school that has already made the general list of Best College rankings for 2015.
Hampton, which didn’t even make the top 25 last year, has sprung up to #4 on the list. Unfortunately, not every school was able to improve or maintain their position. Clark Atlanta sank to #18 on the list, which is way down from its spot on last year’s list at #9.
Scroll down to check out the top 25 schools on the list (give or take a few). There are a few ties on the rundown, but these are the institutions that have made it to the head of class.
Top 25 HBCUs
1 Spelman College
2 Howard University
3 Morehouse College
4 Hampton University
5 Tuskegee University
6 Xavier University of Louisiana
7 Fisk University
8 Florida A&M University
9 Claflin University
10 North Carolina A&T State University
11 North Carolina Central University
12 Tougaloo College Tougaloo, MS
13 Delaware State University Dover, DE
14 Dillard University New Orleans, LA
15 Morgan State University
15 Winston-Salem State University
17 Johnson C. Smith University
18 Clark Atlanta University
19 Jackson State University
20 Elizabeth City State University
21 Lincoln University
21 Tennessee State University
23 Alabama A&M University
23 University of Maryland Eastern Shore
25 Bennett College
25 Bowie State University