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Founded in 1856, Wilberforce University is the first private HBCU (Historically Black College and University) in the nation. Students of all faiths, races, and colors, national and ethnic origins are welcome. Regionally accredited by the North Central Association of colleges and schools, Wilberforce University is affiliated with many collegiate organizations and associations including UNCF (United Negro College Fund) as a member institution.
Wilberforce University is comprised of 80-percent traditional and 20-percent non-traditional students. Faculty and staff work cohesively to keep our students globally competitive through international and special programs such as CLIMB and co-operative education.
Our students, faculty and staff have been recognized locally, regionally and nationally for their academic contributions.
Make a Difference!
- 95% receive financial assistance
- Majority are first generation college students
- Majority are from large cities and urban communities
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Your assistance allows us to continue to carry the torch for being first in excellence. We can continue the growth and development of our students by preparing them to be global citizens, imparting knowledge, instilling discipline and lifelong learning. Your assistance guarantees the education of at least one more student who may not have the option to pursue higher education without financial support.
Sr. Director of Development and Alumni Relations